With the August 1 deadline looming, public universities in Texas finalize their campus carry policies.
Unsurprising spoiler: You probably shouldn’t move to Texas if you want a variety of Asian restaurant options.
In ETS’s first year taking over most of Texas’s test administration, they aren’t providing enough improvement from the vendor they replaced.
Reform doesn’t mean only addressing police brutality.
Food, diversity, female empowerment, and more: Here are our takeaways from SXSW 2016.
Loretta Lynn, Ra Ra Riot, Des Ark, and Phosphorescent.
Ryan Adams, POP ETC, Delicate Boys, The Tontons, and the Avett Brothers rounded out our music-packed Wednesday.
Michelle Obama won't be running for president, but she'll be working on her causes outside the White House.
How are Austin activists fighting back in a city that's pushing them out?
It was a misunderstanding of online harassment that led to the creation of the summit, and there's still a lot more work to be done.
The Interactive section of the conference has been a place to explore innovation. Don’t miss these sessions.
Baylor University Medical Center will be one of the first hospitals in the U.S. to begin this groundbreaking clinical trial.
The governor is threatening to take funds from local police departments that have “sanctuary city” policies, but are those threats even warranted?
They've been without clean water for decades. How is this still the case in 2016?
Acknowledging the past is just the first step for this small town.
In just a few days, residents of Italy and Godley won’t have a local grocery and pharmacy store.
“Gun check on aisle 3.”
Because a dance is the best way to learn about this dark time in U.S. history.
The display was to promote the separation of church and state, but it seems the governor missed that point.
Uber and Lyft haven’t yet declared their departure from Austin, but there are already others ready to take their place.
The new open carry law goes into effect in 2016, and law enforcement is trying to meet the changes head-on.
A "serious, theatrical skit" isn't what students need during finals. Or ever.
His comments about Syrian refugees have gotten him national attention and could push more Texans to follow his lead.
After a review of years of citations by state troopers raised questions of racial profiling, DPS is trying out a new method.
Who better to investigate wrongful conviction cases than exonerees?
Every year, Texas' growing population makes traffic a bit more unbearable.
The UT System's version of the Rooney Rule could lead to more diversity in hiring. Here's why that is necessary.
Why secede when you can just declare yourself a country?
After the Daily Texan caused national uproar by publishing a controversial Trayvon Martin cartoon, the paper has taken several steps to be more diverse, including publishing a series on race.
An Austin teen will be the first American to graduate from an elite ballet school in Russia this spring. She is just the latest in a string of Texas teens who have accomplished impressive things in the past few years.
Press writer Richard Connelly reveals that a Houston Chronicle society reporter maintains a double life as an "angry stripper." Outrage ensues!
Students at Cypress Ranch High School wrote and performed the song “Who Do U Think U R,” filming a music video that has already received nearly 50,000 hits on YouTube.
Here's what Texan elected officials had to say about the three days of oral argument in the Supreme Court over Affordable Care Act.
Naveen Selvadurai, co-founder of social networking site Foursquare, announced that he was leaving the company on his personal blog. But why?
Beyoncé was spotted breastfeeding Blue Ivy at a NYC restaurant last week, leading breastfeeding advocates to rejoice.
The author and contributing editor on making kolaches, tracing roots, and writing personal stories.
The former Dallas Cowboy is delinquent on payments on two Dallas condos, which could go up for auction in March.