From local papers to national NFL media, reporting on the allegations against Watson reads like something from another generation.
It’s hard to grasp just how massive the Ever Given is. Fortunately, scale is something our state does well.
The beloved supermarket chain, which has carefully guarded its intentions in North Texas, dropped a bombshell on Friday.
The first COVID films are poised to address a pandemic that isn't through with us yet. Here's why these early, imperfect takes on the past year are still worth watching.
After decades of playing goofy sidekicks, the El Paso–born, Plano-bred actor finally has a leading role.
They didn’t manage to steal any art, but they did vanish into a storm drain.
Texans Cleaned Up at the Grammys, but Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé Were Snubbed for the Top Prizes
The thrilling night was marred by the continuation of an ugly tradition.
With no long lines, no traffic, and no parties, South by Southwest is going to look a lot this different this year. Here’s how organizers pulled it off.
The team finished in last place in front of cardboard fans in 2020, but it’s the first in American pro sports to reopen to full capacity.
The cult comedy series is being revived with a six-episode order, more than a decade later.
The vast majority of Texans have yet to receive a single dose of vaccine, but the state is done imposing public health measures.
Infectious disease expert Dr. Peter Hotez describes last week’s statewide disaster as a harmful delay “in the face of an advancing enemy.”
Celebrities and regular folk alike came together to offer hot food, clean water, and warm beds.
Austin’s mayor, Steve Adler, and the state’s junior senator, Ted Cruz, are the latest Texas politicians to take ill-considered vacations.
Texans on social media have kept warm by burning the fuel of white-hot rage.
Widespread “assurance testing” could effectively end the pandemic before the vaccine does, but a lack of federal coordination has left some citizens to fill screening gaps.
Turns out not everyone loves Texas-size gas stations (or 13 varieties of jerky).
The mayor set his sights a little lower in his latest ill-advised social media post.
It's a simple victory in an extremely complex story.
The official case count doesn’t reflect the pandemic’s reality. I found the satisfaction of ferreting out the actual number to be cold comfort.
The curse of Houston is a curse of management, which makes it the saddest of all.
Pedro Pascal, star of the Disney Plus series ‘The Mandalorian,’ shared the junior senator’s office number on Twitter.
The superstar defensive end has probably played his last game for the Houston Texans. They should remember him properly.
It’s beautiful! Enjoy shoveling all of that.
For the music industry, the bad times are getting worse.
Austin’s mayor, already a punching bag for his state’s powerful right wing, lectured his city’s residents to stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19—while on a beach vacation.
Researchers Daniel Wrapp and Jason McLellan owe a scientific honor they won this week to a Belgian camelid named Winter.
Three questions with the Houston chef, whose “gambling man” pal David Chang took a big risk to raise money for the Southern Smoke Foundation.
The Best Thing in Texas: Detroit Lions Fans Are Donating to Deshaun Watson’s Charity to Thank Him for the Whupping He Gave Their Team
The Lions have been mired in mediocrity—but Deshaun and the Texans may have helped break the fever.
Every other retailer has made this holiday season’s hottest item an online exclusive during the pandemic—except the Grapevine-based chain.
The Viral Footage of Texans Waiting in Line at the New College Station Dunkin’ Donuts Is Good, Actually
Let people have some joy for once in their lives.
The Best Thing in Texas: Hundreds of People Are Knitting Tiny Sweaters for a Hairless Possum in Lubbock
Are possums ugly? Not when they’re wearing tiny purple sweaters, they’re not!
Matthew McConaughey Said He’d Consider Running for Texas Governor, so We Wrote His Political Platform
Expect marijuana, college football, and compromise to play central roles.
The team’s uniforms are the latest milestone in the club’s journey to the state’s capital.
A New Plano Company’s Business Model: Buying Snacks at Buc-ee’s, Then Shipping Them to Texpats Worldwide
The Beaver nominally approves.
The NBA’s first female assistant coach is the star of a new 60-second documentary.
Democrats like when lots of voters cast ballots. Republicans generally don’t. But we won’t know until tomorrow whether high participation rates favored one party over the other.
An Underdog Democrat Flipped Texas’s Thirty-second in 2018. Republicans Face an Uphill Battle to Win It Back.
In North Dallas, Genevieve Collins challenges Colin Allred, whose win two years ago proved that Democrats could compete in the Texas suburbs.
The legendary collaboration between Queen and David Bowie gets a remake by an intergenerational pair of icons.
The Houston psychedelic rockers are a fixture on listeners’ turntables.
In Texas's Second Congressional District, challenger Sima Ladjevardian sees an opportunity in the representative’s COVID-19 response.
The conservative incumbent has alienated members of his own party, leaving room for challenger Wendy Davis to pick off centrist voters in Texas’s Twenty-first Congressional District.
Ghosts? Aliens? Cheese? A 4G cell tower? We list the possibilities.
Democrats Narrowly Lost the Twenty-fourth Congressional District in 2018. Can Candace Valenzuela Win It in This Cycle?
When longtime GOP congressman Kenny Marchant announced his retirement, his seat representing the district surrounding DFW Airport became a prime pickup target for his party’s opponents.
We’re number one! We’re number one! For now, anyway!
“Bonkers” is, of course, a technical term.
Lizzie Fletcher’s 2018 Victory in TX-7 Proved Democrats Could Win in the Texas Suburbs. Can the GOP Take the Seat Back?
In the district just west of Houston, Republican challenger Wesley Hunt's campaign has focused on his opposition to the Green New Deal.
After the football team’s latest loss, the coach and most of his players are at odds with the athletics director and many fans and supporters over the university’s controversial spirit song.
The incumbent rarely faced competitive races before labor lawyer Mike Siegel’s challenge in 2018. Now, winning a rematch is no sure thing for McCaul.