The Austin-based ad agency created "Avoid Humans," a web app to point users to the least-crowded restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and general areas of refuge.
When the "CockAsian" food truck rolled into Port San Antonio, local officials Googled the name to find the menu. What Google offered in return led them to ban the truck from the development.
The Lubbock pre-teens spend six months a year showing their prize goats at livestock competitions throughout the state.
SXSW descends on Austin and since new restrictions have gone into effect, one-third of the state's abortion clinics have closed.
The city will test a new pilot program that will close certain streets to automobile traffic, leaving them reserved for cyclists and pedestrians, during the month of April.
After months of campaign stumbles, does Team Wendy have what it takes to right the ship? An exclusive insider’s look at the strategy, drama, dysfunction, and determination of the Democrats’ most famous hope.
Rick Perry’s approach to economic development is being challenged by candidates from both parties. But history shows that Perry is only conducting business as usual.
"Manor of Speaking" unpacks each new episode of the critically-acclaimed Masterpiece Classic series and has quickly become Houston PBS's most popular locally-produced show.
Paños, small cloth swatches decorated with detailed illustrations by inmates, now hang in New York museums and are snapped up by worldly collectors.
"Las Marthas," a documentary airing on PBS Monday, follows two debutantes from either side of the US-Mexico border as they prepare for their debutante ball.
Johnny Winter, who turns 70 this month, recalls the stories behind some of the songs that built his career after he was discovered in Austin in 1968.
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Kelly Siegler uses the skills she honed in a two-decade-plus career in the Harris County district attorney’s office to solve cold cases on the TNT show “Cold Justice.”
The City of Lubbock makes amends for its grievous mistake in wrongfully convicting Timothy Cole—who died in prison—by erecting a statue in his memory.
In 1978 Punk magazine sent photographer Roberta Bayley to Texas to chronicle the band’s tour through the South. Her photos of the two Texas shows capture the surreal collision of two radically different cultures.
This year, Marcus Luttrell's Lone Survivor Foundation will offer more therapy-intensive retreats to help vets transition to post-military life than ever before.
The deeper politics of the novel still resonate—especially with inmates—nearly 150 years since it was published.
Hundreds of people pawed through an extensive collection of guns and taxidermied animals owned by the infamous hand surgeon, who killed himself last year. It was just another spectacle in the long-running circus that defined Brown's life—and death.