With its industry reeling, the Fort Worth–based airline giant is quietly betting that diminished competition will keep passengers coming—even as they grumble about the carrier’s poor service, late arrivals, and the jam-packing of its flights amid the pandemic.
He’s as red as a rose; she’s as blue as the state flower. And now the two congressional candidates are locked in a throwdown in a district that is neither.
An all-virtual election bid might be the right thing to do. But will it cost some Democrats their races?
In 1963, Lackland Air Force Base experienced a cataclysmic explosion. People thought World War III had started. Today, it's been almost completely forgotten.
For the first time in a decade the Texas House—and influence over redistricting—is in play. Will it slip out of the Democratic party’s grasp once again?
We surveyed a range of Texas politicians in competitive races to see how they’re addressing the demands of the movement.
The election has yet to be decided, but one result can already be called: the Texas Republican party has lost its ability to speak to much of the electorate. And Democrats are poised to reap the benefits.
They're not disengaged—they’re waiting to be heard, and fully understood.
A resident of “The Texas of Canada” is having second thoughts about retiring to the Lone Star State.
Plus, fifty thousand purple martins descended on a parking lot in McAllen.
The ofrenda we build to honor loved ones will include not only our distant past but also the very sorrow that we’re living through now.
Mason, one of the most sought-after young composers in the country, has a new work set to premiere in November.
Venny Etienne's newest Levenity line is based on the floral military jacket the Houston icon dons in ‘Black Is King.'
An ambitious politics cover package ahead of the 2020 election wouldn't have been possible without these key players.
What to order for takeout (plus pro tips) at restaurants around the state.