In 2018, as national chains pledged to ditch their nonbiodegradable polystyrene cups, Whataburger said it would look into alternative materials, too. What happened?
The small town in the Rio Grande Valley ranked first in the country on NerdWallet’s list of best cities for women in the workforce.
Park rangers in Eisenhower State Park discovered something odd and awe-inspriring in the wake of recent flooding.
When torrential storms brought raging flood waters to their ranch in Eastland, the Barrett family took to the muddy waters to rescue their prized horses.
The Senate Health and Human Services Committee sent a bill that would severely tighten restrictions on receiving a confidential abortion as a minor to the Senate floor.
“It’s not about french fries, it’s about freedom,” ag commissioner Sid Miller said.
Reaction to the Texas State student’s performance art project ranged from supportive to critical.
In the midst of a storm that brought heavy rains and flash flooding to parts of Central Texas, a herd of cattle was swept away from their pasture.
A Houston-area high school chose to drop a policy that would have required all female prom guests to submit photos of their dresses for “pre-approval.”
A Facebook post documenting a Texas student’s dress code violation went viral earlier this month, but the school hasn’t and probably won’t change its policy.
Following a string of complaints about alleged harassment, assault, and rape, a transgender inmate in Texas was moved to a special “safekeeping” unit in what LGBT activists consider a significant victory.
In 2011 the Texas Legislature turned down federal money in order to exclude Planned Parenthood from receiving state funds. Four years later a new report shows what happens when a state takes over the Women’s Health Program.
When Cindy Peterson and a handful of other women came forward with complaints about hair loss related to a luxury product line, an attorney from Dallas came to their aid.
The World Animal Awareness Society is using camera-equipped drones to film a pilot episode of a stray-dog-related television show in Houston.
“Are you Meerkatting or can we speak IRL?”
Listeria bacteria was found in products created on a single production line at Blue Bell Creameries, in Brenham, prompting the first recall in the company’s 108-year history.
A miniature controversy erupted Wednesday at the state capitol, when a Republican lawmaker covered the name plaque outside his office with a paper sign labeling him as a “Former Fetus.”
Rick Miller, a Republican from Sugar Land, introduced legislation that would reverse local non-discrimination ordinances—like the one in Houston, where his openly gay son works as an attorney.
Austinite Rebecca Gray has big plans to open the first cafe in the state where humans and felines can peacefully coexist.
What started as a small wedding ceremony outside a Travis County office resulted in a political storm that left the couple, and the rest of the state, confused.
Austin Wallis posted a video to YouTube this week that details his difficult experience of being gay in a private, Lutheran school in Houston.
A black, transgender woman was murdered in Tyler, which her friends say was a hate crime—but the murder won’t be investigated that way.
Check your bag for liquids and heavy artillery next time you fly through a Texas airport.
Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth—and even Arlington—are exceeding the capital city in a number of ways.
As tuition prices climb and student debt rates increase, UT-Austin students look for, ahem, financial aid on an online dating site with a weird twist.
The Population Institute’s annual report card has been posted, and Texas failed in a big way.
A seventeen-year-old posted a photo online that was powerful enough to get him arrested for making terrorist threats at a time when police departments are taking messages on social media more seriously than ever.