Texas officially begins its battle against transgender friendly restrooms in schools, rock-throwers plague a stretch of interstate in Austin, and a young Texan steals the show at the national spelling bee.
Ken Starr isn't going anywhere (for now), the State Board of Education dodges a bullet, and a water crisis nears its end in Corpus Christi.
A new steer starts his reign as UT celebrates 100 years of Bevo, Texas’s voter ID law has a big day in court, and a proposed Mexican-American heritage textbook is more than a little racist.
Mark Cuban throws his hat in the veep ring, golden boy George P. gets in trouble, and a study finds Texas teens too out of shape for military service.
Greg Abbott’s book tour sort of reads like a political play for higher office, the Rangers are getting a new ballpark with a fancy retractable roof, and a twelve-year old black girl leaves a Waco school field trip with a rope injury to her neck.
Trump taps a Texas judge for his SCOTUS shortlist, the Texas GOP has a comma problem, and the state’s suburbs keep growing at ridiculously fast rates.
Texas loses a pair of iconic musicians, a new study finds humans at fault for a century of Texas earthquakes, and Ken Paxton adds his two cents to keep out Syrian refugees.
The Waco biker gang shooting reaches its one year anniversary, a pair of Texans appear to have joined ISIS, and Greg Abbott fights to keep his sanctions on Iran.
The state GOP takes a weekend retreat to find itself, a bus crash kills eight outside Laredo and the state supreme court hands down a surprising school finance ruling.
The Texas GOP convention kicks off the party, Ken Paxton shows his teeth, and the legal battle begins over whether immigrant detention centers are childcare facilities.
The feds pinpoint what caused West’s deadly explosion, a judge shuts down the Affluenza Kid’s appeal, and Ted Cruz clings to the carcass of his failed presidential campaign.
Cruz considers a comeback, Patrick brings his bathroom battle to Fort Worth, and Texas is home to the world’s oldest cat.
Dan Patrick anoints himself as the Lone Star State’s Bathroom Czar, Dallas has a loose dog problem, and Crystal City cleans itself up.
Ridesharing loses in Austin, 'the New York Times' tries to figure out Texas, and the U.S. continues to deport our former troops.
Uber faces judgment day in Austin, Rick Perry embraces The Donald, and Johnny Football has an eventful five minutes in court.
Ted Cruz’s dead campaign has its autopsy report, Ken Paxton targets Target’s bathroom inclusivity, and a Texas cemetery faces federal litigation over a ”whites only” policy.
Ted Cruz drops out, the state faces a legal battle over making an immigrant detention center a childcare facility, and Texas has a meth problem.
Texas and the feds ink a temporary Medicaid extension, STAAR gets a pass from the state's education commissioner, and the first bathroom bill in Texas falls flat.
Ted Cruz desperately tries to make Indiana happen, the Halliburton and Baker Hughes merger officially falls apart, and another round of deadly flooding hits Texas.
The sportswriting world loses a Texas legend, the Lege talks fetal tissue, and Zika concerns become increasingly important for pregnant women in Texas.
Carly Fiorina joins the Ted Cruz ticket, Uber threatens to abandon Texas’s biggest city, and school leaders across the state speak out against STAAR standardized tests.
Texas could be heading for a ”bathroom bill” fight, Johnny Manziel’s domestic abuse charge becomes official, and the cost of college tuition keeps rising.
Another assault report shows a disturbing trend for Baylor’s Shawn Oakman, new partners Cruz and Kasich share an awkward honeymoon, and a disgraced veterinarian tries to keep her license.
Cruz and Kasich join forces to take down Trump, Johnny Manziel gets slapped with an indictment, and the renaming of an Austin elementary school gets a bit silly.
A tiger took a stroll through a Texas town, our immigrant population is now as big as New York’s, and a federal judge upholds Dallas’s porn expo ban (for now).
Johnny Football goes from the gridiron to a grand jury, Texas teachers revolt over a new evaluation system, and the City of El Paso hit with a federal suit over its alleged modern debtors’ prison.
Texas draws millions of migrants from the other 49 states, Austin’s great cake controversy continues, and a notorious cartel boss could take the witness stand in Dallas.
Texas get slammed by heavy rain and flooding, Ted Cruz loses his New York state of mind, and SCOTUS seems split on a Texas immigration case.
The Aggie-Longhorn rivalry could be making a comeback, Texas immigrants face a big moment before the U.S. Supreme Court, and a deadly fertilizer plant explosion is revisited three years later.
Ken Paxton dives into Dallas’s porn fight, the devil finds its way into an Austin City Council proposal for compassion, and Texas reminded a war veteran so much of Afghanistan that he actually sued to get out of here.
Ethan Couch sentenced to jail, Baylor football’s sexual assault problem keeps getting worse, and Sid Miller faces a criminal probe into his bizarre taxpayer-funded travels.
Texas taxpayers funded the ’Affluenza’ teen’s rehab, Julian Castro gets Bern’d, and more details emerge about the tragic murder of a UT student.
Ken Paxton faces new fraud charges for the same old stuff, UT’s tragedy morphs into a debate about guns, and the City of Dallas sends a firm message to loose-cannon shopping carts.
A famous goat finds her eternal resting place at Texas Motor Speedway, Child Protective Services is a dangerous mess, and another fatal shooting on a Texas military base.
The University of Texas grapples with tragedy, more details emerge after a twelve-year-old girl is body slammed by police, and Dallas clarifies its plan to curtail a troubling spike in crime.
Police force pops up again in Texas schools, John Cornyn still won’t endorse Ted Cruz, and nursing homes across the state face a staffing crisis.
Beyoncé takes a Texas imposter to federal court, Donald Trump reveals his plan to make Mexico build a wall, and Bernie Tiede Fatigue sets in as another trial begins.
Ted Cruz takes a hard anti-cheesehead stance in Wisconsin, San Antonio’s love note to tacos gets is vandalized, and SCOTUS prevents a redistricting disaster in Texas.
The team was honored at the Final Four this weekend, but for years the significance of the win was ignored or dismissed.
Baseball is back with a heated Texas rivalry, a lost dog makes its way to the Texas Supreme Court, and tensions continue to rise over Islam in Texas.
Ted Cruz ramps up his proxy war with John Kasich, Blue Bell turns slightly introspective, and oil’s downward trend continues to impact Texas.
Baylor faces a lawsuit over its mishandling of sexual assault cases, Monsanto brings GMOs, legal woes, and ”cotton capital of the world” potential to Lubbock, while Dallas struggles to curtail its skyrocketing violent crime rates.
Rick Perry may have pulled another ’oops’ during the Republican primary, Crystal City can’t seem to shake its corrupt politicians, and students struggled with STAAR test malfunctions.
The plight of the South Texas ocelot, a historic Texas basketball game will re-air on national television, and North Texas receives a troubling tectonic prognosis.
A Texas regulatory agency is a little too cuddly with the oil and gas industry, Crystal City’s allegedly corrupt mayor is again asking for your vote, and an Easter egg hunt goes horribly wrong in Plano.
New Census data says Texas is booming, police nab an alleged pilot pimp in Houston, and Ted Cruz calls Donald Trump a sniveling coward.
Dallas turns down a chance to change the way it handles marijuana arrests, two Texas congressmen try to change immigration policy for Cubans, and another wave of indictments in the Waco Twin Peaks biker shootout.
Marfa fights to save its mystery lights, Ted Cruz calls for a law enforcement crackdown on American Muslim communities, and the Hill Country’s new hipness could spell disaster for endangered species.
One of Texas’s top chefs is in trouble, Cruz thinks you shouldn’t go to Cuba unless you’re his best friend, and the woes of SMU's frat bros.
The NCAA tournament broke our big ol’ Texas hearts, Republicans turn to Rick Perry to run for president, and Texans affected by floods start the long road to recovery.