Farewell, sweet bronc.
Practitioners face an unreasonable set of regulations in Texas, and they’re about to change that.
When torrential storms brought raging flood waters to their ranch in Eastland, the Barrett family took to the muddy waters to rescue their prized horses.
A victory for private security, and leaks and hygiene issues were linked to Blue Bell Creamery as far back as 2009.
In addition to being synonymous with “biker gang violence,” the Addison-based breastaurant chain’s internal communications reveal some serious contempt for their customers.
Time-out is an age-old punishment. But do the controversial “calm rooms” and “focus rooms” employed in Plano and New Braunfels go too far?
The last Texas team standing has their work cut out for them in a series against the white-hot Golden State Warriors. But it just may be time for a relaunch of Clutch City.
A Pew Research Study of religion in all fifty states suggests that the shift toward a less religious America may not just be on the coasts.
In the waning weeks of the 84th Texas Legislature, abortion remains a hot topic in the Capitol. Where do things stand—and where are they going?
Solid reporting from the University of Texas School of Journalism investigates the gender and racial makeup of law enforcement in Texas.
A small high school in Crane, Texas, just confirmed that 20 of its 300 students have been diagnosed with Chlamydia, spurring a revisitation of the district’s abstinence-only sex education curriculum.
Nobody expected much out of the Astros this year, but a month into the season, the team is sitting pretty atop the AL West, five games above .500. How did that happen?
When the rough-and-tumble bikers known as the Bandidos gathered in San Antonio for the funeral of one of their beloved members, they swore a lot, drank a lot, defended themselves against the police and the public’s misperceptions, and—amazingly— let a reporter observe the whole fascinating scene.
And could converting streets to two-way revitalize blighted sections of Texan inner cities, especially Houston’s still-moribund downtown?
Just when the company thought it had the problem licked, another listeria contamination shuts down production.
A contentious breakfast between the state leadership today ended with Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick declaring he was tired of Governor Greg Abbott and Speaker Joe Straus “picking on me.”
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Amarillo doctor Mike Dixon fell so madly in love with Richelle Shetina that he left his wife and children to be with her. But then she left him, for another doctor—and his efforts to win her back led to a shocking crime.