Sonia Smith, a native of Houston, is a graduate of Georgetown University. She has reported on convict cowboys at the Angola Prison Rodeo, celebrity magazines in Moscow, and aerial hog hunting in Knox City, Texas. She has also written for Slate, the Associated Press, the Baton Rouge Advocate, the Kyiv Post, and the Dallas Morning News and was a finalist for the 2008 Livingston Awards for Young Journalists. Her great-great-grandfather was a Texas Ranger in Kerr County in the 1870’s.
David Barton and Alex Jones landed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of the thirty members of the radical right to watch.
A full 3,888 days after Hank Skinner first asked for testing of the DNA in the murder case that sent him to death row, the Texas Attorney General's Office finally relented.
A writer for the Oxford American samples calf fries at Throckmorton's Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival for the magazine.
Haggar, who ran Haggar Clothing Co. for 25 years, famously took a presidential pants order from LBJ.
Exxon Mobil announced plans to expand its hulking Baytown petrochemical plant and refinery Thursday.
The candidate clinched his party's nomination Tuesday after scooping up 71 percent of the vote in the Texas Republican primary.
The Atlantic checks in on how GBTV, Glenn Beck's Irving-based Web TV venture, is faring as the fledging network nears its one-year anniversary.
Curious about the reading habits of San Antonio Express-News's Kyrie O'Connor? Read on.
The basketball star repeatedly slammed San Antonio, driving Mayor Julián Castro to film a short video about the virtues of the Alamo City.
Juárez, which had been scrubbed from the free tourist maps distributed in El Paso, will be included on the 2013 set of maps put out by the El Paso Business Region Chamber of Commerce.
Would Beef Products Inc, which will be shuttering its Amarillo plant Friday, have faced the same public outcry if its product was called "pink goo"?
The unfortunate typo on the commencement programs for the LBJ School of Public Affairs was discussed on The View Tuesday.
The cookies, known to most Texans as Caramel deLites, will be fried to mark the Girl Scout's 100th Anniversary.