What do the city of Lubbock, a defunct restaurant, and a submerged neighborhood have in common? They’re all places in somebody’s heart.
They were elderly people, flattered by the attention of a nice young man. But sometimes it’s a mistake to depend on the kindness of strangers.
Johnny Chan became a champion through nerve and dedication—and every now and then a few good hands.
Rice was created to be a “university of the first rank.” Is it? Will it ever be?
In some Texas establishments it’s hard to tell the boys’ from the girls’.
In early 1836, after the fall of the Alamo, a small episode in Texas history revealed an aspect of our character we’d just as soon forget.
Bad salaries make good politicians.
In most Texas cities, tortilla making is an endangered family business; in Austin, it’s a thriving family rivalry.
Representative Mike McKinney, the only doctor in the House, is battling for legislation to keep country hospitals alive despite a poor prognosis.
The ideal caretaker for your children is a warm, nurturing person who brings order to your chaotic life—and drives you up the wall.
Houston mayoral candidate Fred Hofheinz has an incumbent and a rumor to defeat; Phil DeVries has a singing caterpillar to find; Zavala County must make a private prison pay its way; and Lori Johns is out to prove she’s the best woman on the drag strip.