For Ted Segal of Waco, the problem wasn’t getting a heart transplant; it was finding a donor. The delay was killing him.
Even on her one-hundredth birthday, the Texas Capitol looks good in places other building don’t even have places.
Can a Texas publisher of technical books make a difference in the nuclear powers’ arms race? You bet.
Despite all the mewling from the oil patch, there are still ways to make money at $15 a barrel. Here’s out guide to the terrible teens.
Once an oil-field service boomtown, Alice doesn’t live well anymore.
Times are rotten for refineries.
A wet year followed by a dry one made for one hellacious brush with disaster in the ranchlands of West Texas.
Why is it that your favorite item in every antique store is bound to be the one thing that money can’t buy?
She started out as a wide-eyed Waco cowgirl and ended up a New York speakeasy queen.
Travis or Tejano?
When Decherd Turner took over the Humanities Research Center, UT’s big-budget rare-books library, he knew any changes he made would cost him. They did.
Profligate and polarized, Austin attempts to salvage its future by looking into the past for its next mayor.
Tex-Mex variety is the new spice of TV life, and Brownsville’s Johnny Canales Show has the red-hot ratings to prove it.
Going broke; seeking justice; hearing from the Bush league; reviewing the force.
The hated mesquite tree finds a friend in South Texas; UT-San Antonio freshman got no learning of reading and writing; the sun shines on UT’s new basket ball coach; why banks are afraid to branch.