For underprivileged kids, the biggest obstacles to success—homelessness, hunger, violence—reside outside the classroom. Dallas businessman Randy Bowman, who grew up poor himself, is betting on an unconventional fix.
Thousands of years after they were wiped out from the area, an obsessed wildlife ecologist has found evidence that the bucktoothed critters are beginning to recolonize.
With viewing platforms, walking paths, and an airy modern home that feels like a treehouse, the property has been an idyllic getaway for the Texas Medal of Arts honoree for decades.
A Right-wing Cabal Took Over Odessa’s Municipal Government. City Employees Are Heading for the Exits.
In the three months since city council elections, at least twenty staffers have resigned, retired, or been fired, including the city manager, city attorney, and fire chief.
The Pflugerville-based chain of local newspapers has somehow managed to thrive even as its industry struggles to survive.
In his first book, Houston physician and writer Ricardo Nuila argues that these publicly funded institutions don’t deserve their awful reputation—and offer a model for mending our broken health-care system.
A deep dive into Nelson’s cover of “I’ve Got a Tiger by the Tail,” from his 150th album, ‘I Don’t Know a Thing About Love.’
Plus, a man stole tamarin monkeys from the Dallas Zoo and creepy-looking snapper eels turned up near Port Bolivar.
A Port Arthur resident wants to know what’s wrong with “BBQ*GNG” and “EAT@TACO.”
Meet Texas Monthly’s photo editor, Claire Hogan.