The Central Library is one of five finalists out of 35 libraries nominated from around the world.
The funds claim to give a fuller picture of the challenges of abortion access in the state.
A day before Jeff Sessions and Sarah Huckabee Sanders used the Bible to justify separating immigrant families, a resolution from the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas had already contradicted them.
From a breastaurant to a thriller featuring puppets, here are eight movies from Texans to watch this summer.
Looks like Solange’s seat at the table may have a minimalist aesthetic.
What: The 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee.Who: Karthik Nemmani, a fourteen-year-old from McKinney.Why It’s So Great: On Thursday night, a Texan took home the championship title from the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Karthick Nemmani, an eighth grader at Scoggins Middle School, knew he had it
After the second season of his Netflix series, the Houston-born writer and filmmaker talks about the "ideological gold rush" of 2018 and whether he would watch ’Dear Black People.’
No horses were harmed in the filming of this video. In fact, one was saved.
What a pattern of inaction after school shootings is doing to American children.
Brantley Hargrove Chronicles the Life of Extraordinary Storm Chaser in ‘The Man Who Caught the Storm’
The book tells the triumphant and tragic story of Tim Samaras.
Dozens of gang members face charges ranging from trafficking methamphetamines to kidnapping.
The Plainview-raised jazz musician leaves behind a legacy beyond his contributions to musical education.
More than two decades ago, Christopher Scott was wrongfully imprisoned for murder. Now he’s devoting his time to help free others.
As Coachella’s Saturday night headliner, Beyoncé chose to share the HBCU experience in a performance full of black cultural history.
The Lamar High School senior gets his pick of Stanford, Harvard, Yale, and seventeen other universities.
The documentary, filmed before the Harvey Weinstein allegations, explores gender inequality in Hollywood.
To some of our writers, Wes Anderson is in the doghouse.
When technology is developed by biased sources, it disproportionately harms immigrant communities.
At his SXSW keynote speech, Coates shared the thoughts that he’ll no longer be tweeting.
Not all of them are trained service animals.
From investigative nonfiction to funny memoirs to moving novels, here are the books Texas authors loved this year.
Nigeria has never participated in the Winter Olympics. University of Houston grad Ngozi Onwumere may soon change all that.
Plus: Texas installs quite a few solar panels, CenterPoint Energy has a gas outage in Northeast Texas, and pipeline companies worry about their tax break.
What does it take to protect the stars of West Texas? A year of persuasion, counting light fixtures, and traversing 315,000 acres under a moonless sky.
The co-creator of the popular ”Welcome to Night Vale” podcast talks about existential weirdness, eerie similarities to Sean Spicer, and the KEOM radio tower.
Need a glass of something to make it through that one loud uncle’s political opinions after Thanksgiving dinner? We’ve got you covered.
For the former state senator, accurate representation in the Hollywood biopic goes beyond historical accuracy.
One woman alleges that the former president touched her inappropriately in 2003, when she was sixteen years old.
After the Sutherland Springs shooting, church leaders in Texas grapple with safety and encouragement.
A recent grant can help the UTSA team improve their thermal energy-harvesting system.
Devin Kelley is only the latest mass shooter with a history of domestic violence.
She just can’t wait to be queen.
His comments come after a recent visit to South Africa.
Compared to Super Bowl LI, the World Series has something different to offer Houston.
The federal government argued that an undocumented minor did not have the right to abortion while in federal custody.
Social media managers had to handle unprecedented social media activity during the storm.
Have you had breakfast tacos in South Korea? How about spam nigiri in Japan?
Also: Battle over ethanol moves into Mexico, Vistra Energy announces two more plant closures, and Rick Perry faces a tough crowd.
What it meant to be fully present for “Scales" during Chinati Weekend.
Plus: Does Coach really deserve Tami Taylor?
This Week in Texas Energy: Questions Remain About Railroad Commission Executive Director’s Resignation
Plus: a Texas energy conman was also involved in California’s real estate market, an Eagle Ford Shale dispute is settled, and the Public Utility Commission of Texas gets a new appointee.
Whole Woman’s Health and the Lilith Fund are working to clear the path for hurricane survivors to safely access abortions at low cost.
After surviving a plane crash, Kechi Okwuchi makes "Stronger" her anthem.
Going to Gatling, meeting Landry, and discovering the cruelty of teenage girls.
Officials at Magellan Midstream Partners claim floodwaters made them underestimate the magnitude of the gasoline spill at Galena Park.
Yeah, we love Coach Taylor. But we're skeptical that his big hearted speeches are doing much for his team off of the field.
The Dillon Panthers are back (for us, anyway).
ICE and CBP’s decision to continue activities during the hurricane have advocates worried for undocumented immigrants.
Join us as we watch season one of ”Friday Night Lights.”
Energy companies evacuate the Gulf Coast, CenterPoint Energy has some helpful tips, a California company makes a bid on a Texas utility, and Texas officials hope to maintain strong energy ties with Mexico.