For years the dusty outpost of Terlingua has been a magnet for renegades and loners looking for a haven from the modern world. No wonder the brother of the suspected Unabomber holed up there.
On the road with Victor Morales, the schoolteacher turned U.S. Senate candidate who is out to prove he’s not running on empty.
Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker—and now Junior Brown? The former community college teacher is the latest outlaw to hijack Texas country music, and he may be the greatest.
How an East Texas attorney spawned the most massive products-liability case ever— one that has cost millions of dollars and involved thousands of plaintiffs and might never end.
Feeling stressed? Soothe the strain of the daily grind at these terrific Texas retreats.
No high diving boards at public pools. No cameras in operating rooms. All this and more, thanks to lawyers.
By pooh-poohing sentimentality and focusing on profits, Houston funeral home mogul Robert Waltrip is making a killing.
The death of the superconducting supercollider may have been traumatic, but at their core the people of Waxahachie haven’t changed.
Austin’s Butthole Surfers have always been very strange. But these days, the strangest thing about them is their mainstream respectability.
It doesn’t matter that his most famous pupil was shark- bitten at the Masters. Butch Harmon is still Texas’ hottest golf pro since Harvey Penick.
Ann Richards gets ready for prime time.
Ten years after the Challenger disaster, there are still dark clouds on the horizon for NASA’s space shuttle program.
Why the citizens of Alvin are down in the dumps over garbage.
Texas artists versus Texas galleries.
The world’s top riders take the bull by the horns in Del Rio.