Plus: The feds reveal their findings after investigating the fatal Lockhart balloon crash, a tank explosion at a South Texas oil field injures two, and the new-look Rockets start their season by knocking off the Warriors.
Sports team owners use San Antonio for leverage. They may be pulling the same move in Austin.
Rooting for the ’Stros in enemy territory.
Have you had breakfast tacos in South Korea? How about spam nigiri in Japan?
Plus: The driver in the deadly human trafficking trailer case pleads guilty, Ezekiel Elliott gets an emergency hearing, and Google honors Selena.
Guest Column: Don’t keep Texas on the same dangerously anti-business, discriminatory path.
It took nine years for him to meat his match.
The Longhorn Ballroom, arguably the state's most historic music venue, is back in business.
Plus: The Astros move closer to the World Series, South Texas police catch a serial fajita burglar, and UT football falls short in the Red River Shootout.
The Dallas guitar hero’s expansive sixth release is a strong album of the year contender.
Astros, don’t make Art Acevedo wear a Yankees jersey.
The last time the Longhorns and Sooners faced off with brand new coaches, the game led into a riot.
What it meant to be fully present for “Scales" during Chinati Weekend.
Plus: Congress moves toward giving Texas more Harvey aid, Rick Perry thinks Puerto Rico is a country, and the Astros take on the Yankees in the ALCS.
Leaders of the Alamo City took it out of the running for the online retail giant’s HQ2.
Plus: U.S. Representative Al Green moves to impeach President Trump, Beto O’Rourke tries to close the fundraising gap with Ted Cruz, and the EPA approves a plan to clean up the San Jacinto waste pits.
Dallas’s favorite tall man is now the namesake of a series of tall sandwiches.
Plus: More details emerge about the Texas Tech shooting, Trump challenges Tillerson to an IQ test battle, and Texas inmates donate $53,000 toward Harvey relief.
Historic rivalries in the NFC East may carry tradition, but no team has the Boys’ number like the Green Bay Packers.
Plus: The Astros advance to their first-ever ALCS, Trump salutes Jerry Jones on Twitter, and a Native American statue is defaced with Columbus Day graffiti in El Paso.
Plus: Jerry Jones says he’ll bench any Cowboys players who are "disrespectful to the flag," Trump tries to trade DACA for a border wall, and a beef heats up in San Antonio.
Rookie quarterback DeShaun Watson seasons a team that might finally be more steak than sizzle.
They knew him as 12th Man Jesus. He appeared, and it was good.
Business is booming for the Texas company that invented the ”bump stock,” the Astros come out swinging in their playoff opener, and Texas asks for billions of dollars more to help with Harvey recovery.
Plus: Two top Texas Republicans in Congress move toward gun control, a man is arrested for allegedly threatening a Vegas-like mass shooting in San Antonio, and Tillerson addresses Morongate
Kids these days love Target. And... the Marriott?
A weird news story gets weirder.
RIP, cheap guacamole.
The policy is in effect now.
Plus: Texas reacts to the Las Vegas shooting, Houston homeowners sue the state over Harvey flooding, and the renaming of San Antonio's Robert E. Lee High School gets silly.
Some Texans were injured or witnessed the violence, and the suspected shooter once lived in Texas.
Plus: Two high school football players are kicked off their team for protesting, it’s the one hundred eighty-second anniversary of the Texas Revolution, and a Houston neighborhood goes to battle over a World War II tank.
Plus: Does Coach really deserve Tami Taylor?
KHOU’s Brandi Smith got a pleasant surprise.
The 2017 Texas Biennial offers work from Texans around the state and across the border.
Ken Robison has been an artist for decades, but when he was asked to make the State Fair's butter sculpture, he got to use a new medium.
Plus: The State Fair is here, and a Garland teen dies after being shot by another teenager.
The AfD gained significant power in Sunday’s election, thanks in part to a Texas company’s hate-mongering digital campaign.
Pub trivia has swept the nation, but Austin may be its most competitive U.S. scene—especially with a collective of former 'Jeopardy' champs seeking all challengers at the top.
Houston politicians may have lied to the city's residents about the ferocity of the storm. If they did lie, they did the right thing.
Congratulations, Houston, you have a new favorite player.
Plus: A woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria from Harvey floodwaters, and Texas was a target in 2016 election hacking.
Plus: No Rainy Day Fund for Harvey relief, and Ken Paxton opens up his office for complaints against sanctuary city violators.
That is some expensive steak.
The city’s park board voted last week to temporarily restore the name Oak Lawn Park, but 2,000 petitioners have a more permanent namesake in mind.
Houston’s innovative music and art festival event is expanding, and it's putting women at the forefront.
Whole Woman’s Health and the Lilith Fund are working to clear the path for hurricane survivors to safely access abortions at low cost.
The case against Amazon.
Plus: The NFL's sideline politics and how to fund Houston's Harvey relief.
Pop’s outspoken remarks have created room for America’s most politically active sports league to take an even more active stance.