Parceling out three new seats in Congress sounds like an easy job, but the Texas Legislature tried for two months and couldn’t do it.
Why knock yourself out for two grueling at a piano competition in Fort Worth? For $12,000 - and a string of concert bookings money can’t buy.
When San Antonio’s Playland closed last year, Texas lost its sentimental favorite among amusement parks.
Texas Cities are full of people who grew up in the country - and want everybody they meet to know it.
From giant freshwater prawns to bikini-clad coeds, from ancient Indian artifacts to swimming pigs, there’s something for everyone on the San Marcos River.
Every year thousands of men and women assault, molest, or murder innocent victims - their own children.
One man’s favorite writings span a century and capture Texas in all its grimness and glory.
The dog that the family fell in love with was beautiful, well trained, and friendly. The only problem was, she wasn’t theirs.
Artists and art organizations are getting cut off from the federal dole - and maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
Dallas productions of The Elephant Man and Children of a Lesser God proved that Broadway is getting closer to home.
Raiders of the Lost Ark gets an A, but it’s still a B-movie. Arthur has a dead plot but lively humor. Stripes should have been scuttled.
High flying and fly tying.
Bombs away on the Franklin Mountains; why pro-nukes belong in the Nutt House; the Dallas News goes public; sportfishermen change their minds about redfish.
Bullets, Bibles, and buds.
Mr. Boll Weevil goes to Washington; Dallas scholars go to the Sunbelt’s defense; Houston’s public abortion clinic goes down the drain.