Her decision to close the door on a death row inmate’s final plea has earned the state’s top criminal judge lasting infamy and a misconduct investigation that goes to trial this month. But was she wrong?
The bust that nabbed Houston’s top dogfighters was the work of two gutsy undercover cops who knew that the only way to infiltrate this secret world was to become dogfighters themselves.
What’s the secret to writing a great country song? Which comes first, music or lyrics? Looking to answer these and other questions, we gathered a group of singer-songwriters—Guy Clark, Robert Earl Keen, Sonny Throckmorton, Patty Griffin, and Jack Ingram—set out a couple guitars, and let the tape roll.
How a modest Corpus Christi burger stand became a Texas icon.
The world’s first hamburger was served in Athens, Texas, no matter what Mr. Cutlets says.
On our first-ever quest for the state’s best burgers, we covered more than 12,000 miles, ate at more than 250 restaurants, and gained, collectively, more than 40 pounds. Our dauntless determination (and fearless fat intake) was rewarded with a list of 50 transcendent burgers—and you’ll never guess which one ended up on top.
Or, how I stopped worrying and learned to love my formerly ugly, recently hip, linoleum-clad, mid-mod house.
The most formidable candidate in the race for Houston’s next mayor may be the outgoing chief himself.
An exclusive excerpt from writer-at-large Oscar Casares’s forthcoming first novel, Amigoland
Rick Perry is the first Aggie governor in history. But as the current crisis shows, he’s been nothing but trouble for Texas A&M.
Before her death, Farrah Fawcett achieved what had long eluded her: three-dimensionality.
The CNN contributor and syndicated columnist talks about the future of media.
Does keeping a found twelve-pack of beer constitute stealing?
Eat and antique your way along the brick-paved streets of this charming East Texas town.
“The complexities of the world are just now being tippy-toed into by churches, and that keeps us out of a place where people can find us, where they’re building community. It’s not that we’re locked out; it’s that we can’t find the door.”
Matt Rainwaters, Michael Hall and T. J. Tucker.