Police officers Randy Harris and Swany Davenport were called heroes for busting Dallas drug dealers. But when they broke the laws they had pledged to uphold, the dealers cried foul—and the heroes got busted.
After ten low-key years, country singer turned mystery novelist Kinky Friedman is once again poised to hit the big time.
Forget what you’ve heard about wacky Waco. In the fifties, as Windy Drum’s photographs demonstrate, the city was bustling, optimistic, and all-American.
For country club developer Robert Dedman, success is won by squeezing every minute out of every hour of every day.
When it comes to giving his millions to charity, BMC Software founder John Jay Moores is an old softie.
As Corpus Christi oil magnate Robert Rowling has discovered, rebuilding his city is good for civic pride and better for business.
We could show you pie charts or a thirty-minute infomercial, but take our word for it: Ross Perot is still the richest Texan.
Comfort, style, and identity are a few of the reasons why Texans will be forever in blue jeans.
A year after a grand mal seizure left me convulsing on the floor, I’m still finding my way back into everyday life.
In his new release, Jimmie Dale Gilmore sings country music the way it’s supposed to be sung—pure and easy.
Legendary humorist Will Rogers was from Oklahoma, but he never met a Texas he didn’t like.
The Mound Builders’ ancient works survived wind, rain, and looters. Now they face a worse peril: state bureaucrats.
Trade with Mexico has made this onetime border pit stop Texas’ fastest-growing city.
American CEO Crandall and plaintiff’s lawyer Jamail waged the latest airline war in court.
In her new book, Georgette Mosbacher gives feminism a feminine touch.
One boy’s excellent adventure at the new playground of the nineties.