For Ted Segal of Waco, the problem wasn’t getting a heart transplant; it was finding a donor. The delay was killing him.
Why is it that your favorite item in every antique store is bound to be the one thing that money can’t buy?
A wet year followed by a dry one made for one hellacious brush with disaster in the ranchlands of West Texas.
Times are rotten for refineries.
Once an oil-field service boomtown, Alice doesn’t live well anymore.
Despite all the mewling from the oil patch, there are still ways to make money at $15 a barrel. Here’s out guide to the terrible teens.
Can a Texas publisher of technical books make a difference in the nuclear powers’ arms race? You bet.
Even on her one-hundredth birthday, the Texas Capitol looks good in places other building don’t even have places.
When Decherd Turner took over the Humanities Research Center, UT’s big-budget rare-books library, he knew any changes he made would cost him. They did.
Travis or Tejano?
Tex-Mex variety is the new spice of TV life, and Brownsville’s Johnny Canales Show has the red-hot ratings to prove it.
The hated mesquite tree finds a friend in South Texas; UT-San Antonio freshman got no learning of reading and writing; the sun shines on UT’s new basket ball coach; why banks are afraid to branch.
Going broke; seeking justice; hearing from the Bush league; reviewing the force.