Our favorite recent items from the police blotter of the ’Lufkin Daily News.’
The leaves are changing and the weather is cooling, which makes this the perfect time to enjoy a holiday-inspired cocktail.Trinity River Distillery’s Silver Star spirits can still be enjoyed year-round, but they might be at their best when you need a drink to warm you up. The
Add some Texas charm to your tree with printable ornaments!
For now, we’ll simply convey our condolences to anyone who lost a loved one.
Does the Spanish state’s call for independence provide a model for Texas?
For Jermaine “JWhiteDidThat” White, working with Cardi B was his last shot. Then "Bodak Yellow" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The tragic mass shooting has left many feeling powerless. Here are a few ways to contribute.
A background check should have stopped Devin Kelley from purchasing a rifle.
Our favorite recent items from the police blotter of the 'Lufkin Daily News.'
October is National Energy Action Month, and has been since 1991. It marks not only a national effort to highlight how central energy is to our national prosperity, security, and environmental well-being, it is also a time to re-focus our own efforts on ways we can conserve and use less
In Texas, Smart Meter deployment first started in 2008 and smart meters were almost fully deployed in the state by the end of 2012. This change from the older analog meters to the wireless digital meters provided many benefits for customers. But what are those benefits and how can your
Texas Monthly staff recently scoured through an archive spanning 44 years to select their five all-time favorite articles. Revamped for the digital age, these stories will be unlocked each Monday over the next five weeks at unique times. Make sure to check in each week to see what stories made
Plus: The state’s first flood-control plan, and the gun connection between Texas and the Las Vegas shooter.
Some Texans were injured or witnessed the violence, and the suspected shooter once lived in Texas.
This November, we're thrilled to bring you a new way to experience Texas Monthly, at a two-day event called the Edge of Texas.
KHOU’s Brandi Smith got a pleasant surprise.
'Young Sheldon' imagines the childhood of Sheldon Cooper, the lovably supercilious physicist played so brilliantly by Houston’s Jim Parsons on the long-running hit 'The Big Bang Theory.'
Scott Kelly on what freaked him out—and what drove him crazy—during his record-setting year on the International Space Station.
Plus: The city of Houston wants to take a same-sex marriage benefits question to the U.S. Supreme Court, Harvey continues to hurt inland oil refineries, and Governor Abbott shakes up his staff.
Essential reading for the deer blind
But the competition is tough.
It’s the latest addition to a long list of weird social media moments for the junior senator.
We’re devoting all proceeds from new subscriptions to support Texans affected by the disaster.
The situation at the Crosby site has "become serious."
Plus: Harvey's death toll remains unclear, 9,000 evacuees take shelter at the Houston convention center, and questions arise about the upcoming Astros-Rangers series.
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Kam Franklin tried to flee the city in 2005. This time, she stay put.
We are not bound by Colonel Littlefield’s vision of a ”greater South”
As our hearts break for Houston, the Gulf Coast, and other affected areas, here are ways to contribute.
Since making landfall in Rockport on Friday night, Hurricane Harvey has continued to bring devastating floods and wind along the Gulf Coast and Southeast Texas throughout the weekend.
There’s more to it than you think.
Both Abbott and Patrick are acting like the proverbial spoiled child after getting their agenda mostly blown out by the Texas House under the leadership of Speaker Joe Straus.
The most exciting Cowboys team in a generation was built, not bought—and that has made all the difference.
It’s time to go or get off the pot.
Warren Buffett’s Oncor deal is in trouble, Trump explores replacing Rick Perry in the Energy Department, and an Exxon plant has been pumping toxins into an African American neighborhood in Beaumont.
Plus: The Texas House finally moves on school finance, a former South Texas police chief faces drug trafficking charges, and a hazing scandal rocks the Bexar County Jail.
Plus: Cruz condemns white nationalists, protesters march against the border wall in South Texas, and an African-American church in Waco gets hit with Nazi vandalism.
Canada’s western provinces have long staked their claim as premier cowboy destinations.
The fierce black birds have been terrorizing the UT campus. But that’s nothing new.
”The twenty-for-twenty thing has never been a consideration for us.”
“The only place Democrats have control of is our cities, and they’re doing a terrible job.”
Plus: Texas moves a thousand prisoners out of the heat, Kay Bailey Hutchison gets confirmed as NATO ambassador, and more big businesses come out against the bathroom bill.
What Skip Hollandsworth learned writing this month’s cover story.
”Political parties are like milk. They do curdle and spoil over time.”
No, we’re not talking about that micro-managing boss or your reason-resistant teenager – although they certainly are experts at draining your energy. Here, we’re going to identify those household appliances that – if left plugged in while turned off -- can make paying your electric bill more painful than a
The Cities Climbing On The FBI’s List Of The Most Dangerous Cities in Texas Aren’t Where You Might Think
West Texas is on the rise, while Austin is the safest city in the state.
Early preparations are best for hurricane season in Texas.
Low-income Texans are particularly at risk for negative economic impacts.
Senate takes testimony on controversial gender-designated bathroom restrictions
A Central Texas rancher dropped some major cash into the governor’s $40 million campaign fund.