No guns, no politically-charged attire, and absolutely no voting booth selfies under any circumstances.
Plus: Rick Perry might have pushed Michael McCaul to challenge Ted Cruz, a famous LBJ ad resurfaces with a new focus, and North Texans evicted a cat from its library home.
Baylor regents open up about the Pepper Hamilton report, Texas students lose their fight to reclaim Santa Anna’s lost leg, and a Dallas man scatters his friend’s ashes at the Met opera.
How one worker at an Austin beverage distributor allegedly stole 719 cases of Dos Equis.
Hey, wait a minute. Why is our state always used to measure destructive scale?
Plus: Legendary Texas gymnastics coaches face allegations of abuse, Texas has one of the highest rates of uninsured children in the nation, and a Texas A&M student has an embarrassing Snapchat selfie snafu.
Plus: State police search for 2,800 at-risk foster kids, beware the ballot selfie, and a bake sale causes trouble at UT.
Jonathon Simmons’s freakish athleticism was on full display in Tuesday night’s season-opening win.
Plus: The election is not rigged, Texas small businesses stand against potential anti-transgender legislation, and a Texas couple donates a ton of art to a fancy French museum.
Plus: The Spurs start the post-Tim Duncan era, a Texas nurse settles her lawsuit against the Dallas hospital where she contracted Ebola, and Pimp C’s estate is in rough shape.
Plus: A report shows Hispanics have disproportionately low representation in Texas politics, ”high threat” offenders along the Texas border may not actually be so bad, and Texas Tech football’s offense has a wild and record-setting day.
Plus: Austin’s police chief gets gets caught on tape, a Texas House candidate experiences an embarrassing polo match snafu, and a Katy married couple sticks it out despite being split between Clinton and Trump.
The Spurs have found themselves a crafty Argentine playmaker. Sounds familiar…
Plus: 'The Washington Post' examines the impact of a wall along the Texas-Mexico border, a young Texas teenager is arrested and charged with murdering his grandparents, and controversy is popping up around a Dallas elote cart.
Some crazy stuff went down in Texas in the past thirty days. Here are some of the headlines you may have missed.
Plus: A report suggests ways Dallas can fix its huge homelessness problem, Trump calls out the mayor of San Antonio, and a vet who killed a cat with a bow has her license suspended.
Plus: Hillary Clinton takes a crack at Texas through the airwaves, the Big 12 decides against expansion, and a survey shows which Texas cities are friendly and not-so-friendly to LGBT folk.
Could this be the solution to homelessness?
Plus: Texas money is funding much of Donald Trump’s campaign, Baylor throws a homecoming party during a tumultuous time, and San Antonio police officers are in hot water for their political headwear.
Plus: A new poll shows Donald Trump’s lead in Texas has slipped to four points, a Houston 911 operator is in trouble for repeatedly hanging up on callers, and 'Texas Monthly' gets a new owner.
Texas’s stalwart economy may be fading, hundreds of Texans are serving life sentences for possessing small amounts of drugs, and Austin police are using force more often in minority neighborhoods.
The true origin—and meaning—of one of our state’s most famous mottos is up for debate.
Plus: SCOTUS takes on the case of a controversial border patrol shooting, the state has no clue if drilling will impact Balmorhea, and George and Laura Bush settle on a Texas burial site.
Plus: Ted Cruz doubles down on Trump, more details emerge about the Capitol Building break-in, and Beaumont examines why it comes in last place on so many lists.
Plus: Texans react to the Trump tape, the Texas Rangers get swept, and someone breaks into the Capitol and defaces a governor’s portrait.
Plus: A disabled ten-year-old boy is badly burned in Kerrville, Texans line up to buy a Selena-inspired limited makeup line, and police arrest two teens accused of vandalizing a ”Trump House” in McKinney.
Plus: Texas breaks an execution-less streak, the suspected Austin rock-thrower wants to confess, and Ted Cruz steps up his rally-the-vote game.
Plus: Baylor’s Title IX coordinator resigns, a massive bus driver scandal rocks Dallas County Schools, and the Texas Rangers are set to renew a heated rivalry.
The Republican nominee is already in a 5-0 hole.
Plus: Voter registration surges throughout the state, British travel writers place Dallas among the world’s unfriendliest cities, and the Texas Rangers unveil some disturbing new eats.
Texas officially backs out of the federal refugee resettlement program, the state loses its fight to ’save’ the Internet, and creepy clowns have come to Texas.
Plus: Texas sues to save the Internet, the Aggies and Longhorns could square off at the Texas Motor Speedway, and the 'New York Times' investigates Texas-shaped things.
The act of defiance has spurred similar protests across the state, but it’s also drawn the ire of many Texans.
Plus: A Texas cop gets indicted for beating a man with a baton, Dez Bryant adds himself the list of Texas’ injured NFL stars, and a Houston nightclub gets sued by the feds for alleged discrimination.
A Texas secessionist, far-right European ultranationalist groups, and a seven-foot Russian anti-globalist walk into a bar near the Kremlin…
Plus: Rick Perry gets voted off 'Dancing With the Stars,' J.J. Watt could be out for the season, and more Texas inmates are coming out as transgender than ever before.
Plus: Rick Perry duels with Vanilla Ice, Clock Boy’s father sues a slew of conservative news outlets for defamation, and Coach Pop drops some knowledge.
Using satellite technology, scientists determined wastewater disposal injections triggered several Texas quakes.
Plus: Ken Starr defends Baylor and Art Briles, Texas teachers struggle to make ends meet, and a massive oil discovery could mean trouble for Balmorhea's beloved springs.
Plus: A Houston Texans player raises his fist in protest, Ted Cruz’s quest to save the Internet falls flat in the U.S. Senate, and Texas experiences a firefly explosion.
Plus: Texas’s improper teacher-student relationships hits an all-time high, Greg Abbott threatens to pull Texas out of the federal refugee resettlement program, and the driver of a dangling car shares his story.
Here’s why that doesn’t really matter.
Some crazy stuff went down here last month. Here are a handful of headlines you may have missed.
Plus: Rick Perry will dance another day, Buc-ee’s is named the top rest stop in the nation, and Texas is suing the federal government again.
Despite death threats, a youth football team in Texas continues to protest police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem.
Plus: Dan Patrick has beef with Ted Cruz, a Houston man was arrested for allegedly plotting to blow up a building, and a Dallas police sergeant files a federal lawsuit against Black Lives Matter.
Another wild and crazy college football weekend for Texas teams, Greg Abbott explains how he was burned, and Austin’s mayor passionately defends taco trucks.
Plus: Donald Trump clings to a slim lead over Hillary Clinton in Texas, an infamous mattress store reopens in San Antonio, and mysterious blue streaks appear in the sky over Texas.
A youth football team in Beaumont protests police brutality, Ted Cruz fights for Internet freedom, and here’s what Texans really think about Donald Trump’s wall.
What’s putting so many northeastern Texans in the grave?