Kimberly Mata-Rubio says after the tragedy, Uvalde remains a divided community—she wants to change that.
Self-trained muralist Roberto Marquez creates public art after mass shootings and other tragedies. Unfortunately for everyone, he’s been very busy.
The state senator was little known until last year, when the massacre in Uvalde, in his district, thrust him into the spotlight.
Supporters have unfurled the anti–gun violence flags at soccer matches after mass shootings in Texas, Nashville, and Louisville.
One year ago, before the school shooting in Uvalde, Kimberly Mata-Rubio had never been on a plane or given a public speech or scolded a U.S. senator right there in his office. A year in the life of a grieving mother.
The South Texas town’s ongoing protests in the wake of the Robb Elementary shooting hold echoes of Uvalde’s 1970s protest movement against racial inequities.
DPS director Steve McCraw could legally release mountains of evidence tomorrow. Instead, he is hiding behind a veil of secrecy.
Spurs legends past and present reminded residents that they haven't been forgotten in the months since the shooting at Robb Elementary.
Uvalde-based activist group Fierce Madres partnered with Moms Against Greg Abbott to erect the anti-Abbott signage.
Texas authorities bungled the facts about the law enforcement response at Robb Elementary School. Then they went silent.
I’ve lived in Uvalde for thirteen years. Our community is more complex and nuanced than media portrayals suggest.
The state’s account of how law enforcement responded to the massacre at Robb Elementary School has shifted as it’s been contradicted by witnesses and video.
Defenders of limitless guns are out of ideas but full of excuses.
A guide for donating money, contacting your representatives, donating blood, receiving mental health services, and more.
Customs and Border Protection is a ubiquitous presence in many Texas communities, and agents are often first responders.
Governor Abbott’s comments showed just how lost our leaders are when it comes to gun violence.
The UT historian and newly minted MacArthur fellow wants justice for victims and their descendants.
They’ve been extinct for millions of years, so you'll just need a little imagination—and this handy guide.
Ranch CEO Jason Molitor always loved hunting. Now he runs an 18,000-acre operation with more than 60 species on offer.
The thirty Texans with the most iconic, unforgettable, eye-popping looks, from Davy Crockett to Beyoncé.
UNTIL A STAR-STUDDED FILM SHOT THEM BACK into the spotlight, the Newton Boys had faded from public memory. Famous during the twenties, the four brothers—Jess, Willis (below left), Doc, and Joe (right)—were part Western desperadoes, part newfangled gangsters. They pulled off dozens of bank and train robberies but, unlike more-notorious
What did Uvalde’s John Nance garner think the vice presidency was really worth?
All over Texas, small ranchers are giving up and moving to the city. But the Stoner family of Uvalde is as determined as ever to hold on to its land—and its way of life.
LIKE COWBOYS AND INDIANS or steak and eggs, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans are a classic Western duo. Roy was raised in Duck Run, Ohio, but Dale is Texas’ own, born in Uvalde and raised in tiny Italy. From childhood she was determined to become an entertainer, and after false
He shone in Lone Star; now he’s thrilling ’em in A Time to Kill. How talent and timing made native Texan Matthew McConaughey Hollywood’s hottest leading man.