Roughly the weight of a standard schnauzer, the plant-eating dino roamed North Texas 96 million years ago.
Noah Faulkner’s popular twangy covers countrify songs by Duran Duran, Joy Division, U2, and more.
A viral video of Austin’s Kayleigh Williamson completing the New York City Marathon last weekend inspired athletes from coast to coast.
The Texas-based kayaking team completed the 1,600-mile journey over 83 grueling days.
It took her almost four years.
Trick-shot professionals could practice a shot like this for years and never land it as cleanly as the Gordon Longhorns kicker.
After washing up on the coast of Wales, she was nursed back to health, flown home to Texas, and then released in Galveston.
Congrats to new parents Raani, Snaggle, and Big Boy—and the zookeepers who worked for years to help bring their toothy babies into being.
After a night of hilarious and emotional speeches, Becky Hammon, Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Parker, and Gregg Popovich are all Hall of Famers.
The San Antonio museum is delighting Texans (and finding new fans nationwide) on the new social media platform.
Shawn Warner was at an empty book signing for ‘Leigh Howard and the Ghosts of Simmons-Pierce Manor’ when a Fort Worth TikToker took notice. The rest is history.
Twelve years after the last known Quercus tardifolia disappeared, conservationists at the San Antonio Botanical Garden are bringing the species back.
The conservation victory at Honey Creek relied on “the goodness of those people’s hearts,” says one environmentalist.
He's from California, but we're still proud of him and his namesake.
Chris Vaughn, the team’s assistant director of college scouting, shared the good news with sixth-round pick Deuce Vaughn.
Texas Southern University's cheer team went to the competition confident they'd come home champions. Mission accomplished.
Monarch butterflies and painted buntings are among the species that flock there.
Mavs great Dirk Nowitzki, along with four San Antonio Spurs—Gregg Popovich, Becky Hammon, Tony Parker, and Pau Gasol—headline the 2023 class.
He and Mrs. Pickles are the proud parents of three new hatchlings.
No, it doesn't involve a spoonful of sugar.
He serves popcorn with panache.
That’s the holiday spirit, y’all.
Heather Schaefer saw a desperate Facebook plea. Six months later, she had two new members of her extended family—and one less kidney.
2022 was an up-and-down year—well, maybe more downs than ups—but Texas, as ever, brought out the best from scatological artists, beastly athletes, game-show brainiacs, natural-born nature lovers, and costumed Samaritans.
Houstonians Dr. Peter Hotez and Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi have created a COVID vaccine that’s saving millions of lives in developing nations.
Barbara Yarbrough has taught and volunteered in Midland since segregation—and has won national recognition at age 87.
Gregg Popovich, of the San Antonio Spurs, became the winningest coach in NBA history, but that’s just one of several eye-popping facts from his extraordinary career.
The CrossFit athlete and #GirlsWhoEat impresario stole the show at the annual Rogue Invitational in Round Rock.
Spurs legends past and present reminded residents that they haven't been forgotten in the months since the shooting at Robb Elementary.
There was crying in baseball after a Pearland pitcher beaned a Tulsa batter on Tuesday. What happened next might restore one’s faith in humanity.
For Demauriae Bennett, turning fourteen has never looked better.
“It really is one of the greatest wildlife-conservation successes of our time here in Texas.”
A road trip from the Midwest to Austin culminated in Matt McKinney on bended knee in the pit room of the most famous joint in Texas.
Harini Logan claimed the top spot last night, making her the seventh Texan spelling bee champ in the last ten years. T-E-X-A-S!
An all-time-great game seven offers a hint of how high Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks can fly in the 2022 NBA playoffs.
At the World Food Championships’ Final Table last weekend, Dallas College student Preston Nguyen took the top prize.
Corpus Christi's Roberto Ruiz elaborates on his Twitter-beloved plan for a half-crimped, half-open taco that won't deposit guisada all over your lap.
San Antonio’s Briana Saldaña brought her A-game (with a little help from Kelly Clarkson).
Elgin's Riley Leon survived a harrowing encounter with a tornado. Now the community is getting him back on his feet.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Anthony Harris flew to Austin to help lift the spirits of eleven-year-old Audrey Soape on a difficult day.
Fermat’s last theorem went unsolved for more than 350 years—and the role of the Tyler oil heir who funded its 1994 solution was largely unknown until this week.
Tiffany Kersten saw 726 species in 48 states, setting a new record for the mind-boggling achievement birders call a Big Year.
This is a reunion we all can shellebrate.
2021 may not have been the best of times, but thanks to countless kindly Texans, it didn’t always feel like the worst either.
After a tragic crash killed Andrews High band director Darin Johns, it was unclear if the school’s ensemble would perform in the town’s Christmas parade—until it got a lot of help.
Students, many of whom go on to work in food science, train by spending as much time as possible in a meat locker studying beef carcasses.
A bar decreed “All I Want for Christmas Is You” non grata, and the queen of Christmas isn’t happy about it.
Houston is 2-0 in the MLB postseason with local furniture magnate Mattress Mack's "Rally Nuns" in attendance.
The Dallas-raised comedian brings his six-year project to a close (and raises thousands for charity).
Composer Justin Sherburn drew on his own experience to write ‘Texas Workforce Commission Hold Music,’ which the agency officially adopted this week.