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Before Dawn was caught in the terrifying grip of schizophrenia, she had been a talented jazz singer. Now her son-in-law tells her story of no place to go.
Original posters from Austin’s musical past.
Boxing caught its second wind when George Foreman went the distance with the champ, Evander Holyfield.
Summertime is warm-and-fuzzy season for fans of Texas’ favorite fruit.
Three trend-setting Mexico City restaurants defy tradition by blending native and European cuisines.
Since the publication of Paul Pilzer’s book Unlimited Wealth, the Dallas economist’s career-and ego-are on the rise.
At a Central Texas facility, researchers show lab-raised chimps things their mothers never taught them.
From San Francisco Grill, El Paso
On the Y.O. Ranch, cattle don’t pay the bills—tourists and exotic animals do.
The airline’s second trip to bankruptcy court has put its future up in the air.