At first, Russell Bonner Bentley III wasn’t sure he would survive the winter. It was January 2015 in Donetsk, a war-torn city in eastern Ukraine, and the 54-year-old Texan was sequestered inside an abandoned three-story brick monastery, exchanging fire with Ukrainian troops. He and the dozen men fighting with him had been braving freezing temperatures for weeks. From the second floor, Bentley trained his rocket-propelled grenade launcher and his Kalashnikov… Read Story
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It looks like Rex Tillerson could be closing in on a new gig.
Experts in the earlier case say Austin’s police are working just as hard now that suspect is dead.
Even a 25-minute video confession leaves police with many questions about motive.
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The long-awaited collaboration between two of the state’s biggest names in food opens April 4. Here’s a sneak peek.
The owner of Houston’s Julep dives deep into the region’s beverage history and shares recipes perfect for porch sippin’.
After Hurricane Katrina, Rhonda Tavey selflessly opened her Houston home to a New Orleans evacuee and five of her children. She fed the kids, bathed them, and grew to love them so much that when their mother tried to take them back to Louisiana, she wouldn’t let them go.
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These North Texas hikes will take you to spots that have helped shape our state’s history.
These hikes, through the Edwards Plateau and the Coastal Plains, will take you to quiet spots in some of the state’s most popular parks.
These hikes will take you on a tour of the towering forests behind the Pine Curtain.