In normal times, Fort Hood teems with troops training in tanks and helicopters. But in their absence, the huge base is left with a scattering of soldiers and a uneasy sense of peace.
They started off short in the saddle, but now these fifteen Texans stand tall.
A crop of small ready-to-eat food companies in Austin take a fresh look at what’s for dinner.
Amid charges of brutal hazings and racist attitudes, UT’s fraternity row is taking a beating.
His unconventional regimen-and his media savvy-have made him the latest of the Texas celebrity heart doctors.
The Raven’s Bride sheds new light on the scandal that set Tennessee governor Sam Houston on the road to Texas.
Texans used to litter like crazy; now the state’s get-tough-on-trash policy is cleaning up their act.
In tiny Sabine Pass, two restaurants battle to see which will be the barbecued-crab master of the universe.
A prisoner’s efforts at legal aid for fellow inmates could right wrongs—but is it good strategy to threaten a judge?
Photograph by Anne Noggle
As LBJ’s heirs go their own way, the family dismantles its business empire.
Whenever pro sports franchises are up for sale, appraiser Steve Matt is likely to be a major player.
For a Houston court clerk, having millions in his bank account is not a dream-it’s his job.