After losing the top three scorers from last year's title team, the Bears are 14–0, ranked No. 1, and eyeing another NCAA championship run.
From Baylor’s top-ten matchup in the Sugar Bowl to Texas Tech’s reunion with Mike Leach, here’s what college football fans need to know.
The legendary sports journalist and founder of the indispensable magazine that bore his name died last week at the age of 96.
Houston-area couple Stacee Lynn and Oliver Bell are helping to revolutionize steel construction with their tricked-out and stylish barndominiums.
Grading the season performances and outcomes for all twelve FBS programs in Texas. You already know who's getting an F.
After last year’s 2–7 campaign, the Big 12 champions are sitting pretty thanks to their coach’s low-key, high-character style.
With six top-25 teams among the state's men's and women's programs, there's never been a better time to be a basketball fan in Texas.
Reclusive mailman and genius autodidact Kermit Oliver shows himself to be a hidden gem of Texas painting.
The Bears' best defender and offensive initiator projects as one of the most pro-ready players in Thursday night's draft.
The Bears head coach reflects on bringing a title to Waco and keeping faith front and center in the Baptist university’s hoops program.
Waco-born baritone Jules Bledsoe starred on Broadway and toured Europe, but his original opera and other works languish in obscurity. A Baylor professor hopes to change that.
Plus, an elementary school was evacuated after a 10-year-old lit a toilet paper dispenser on fire.
Plus: see how smokers are made and listen to a poem about Texas smoked meats.
After 21 years in Waco, the coach who led Baylor to three NCAA titles is headed to her home state of Louisiana to take over at LSU.
Matt Sayman reflects on Baylor’s challenging 2003–04 season, and how it helped lead to the school’s NCAA Championship win Monday night.
Can Baylor beat Gonzaga? Can UT or Houston make the Final Four? Will Abilene Christian or North Texas spring an upset?
His family plans to keep his barbecue joint-slash-convenience store open. Plus, restaurant owners reflect on a year of pandemic barbecue.
Despite Friday's loss to Oklahoma State, the Bears are still arguably the most experienced, versatile, and battle-tested team in the nation.
"My advice for allies is to just let people know, first and foremost, that you care," says the Dallas native.
Forrest Frank and Colin Padalecki on working with Elton John, what they hope to accomplish next, and more.
Billy Joe Shaver, the Blustery, Tenderhearted Country Star Known as the “Wacko From Waco,” Dies of a Stroke
After contracting COVID-19 earlier this year, the musician had spent most of this past summer in isolation—where he was still writing songs.
Trump’s Impeachment Drove Pete Sessions to Run for Congress Again. Then He Got Tangled Up in the Inquiry.
Republican primary runoff candidate Renee Swann has circled around her opponent’s implication in the Ukraine scandal, perhaps worried that any attacks might not play well in a bright red district.
Plus: Subway's Pitmaster Ramone gets a shout-out from his boss at Sadler's.
Plus, a rare pink grasshopper was spotted in Travis County.
Inside Waco’s Union Hall, chef Cade Mercer is bringing Guess Family Barbecue and Asian specialties together.
In addition to my tacos of the week, these dishes from both sides of the border stand out.
When her former student was found wandering the streets a decade after she’d last seen him, Michell Girard immediately agreed to take him in. Then she decided to do far more, including give him the Christmas he’d never had.
Are the college football powers that be underestimating the 9–0 Bears ahead of Saturday’s game against Oklahoma in Waco?
Finally, a scientific means of determining whether Austin, Houston, Dallas, or Waco could hold out the longest against an army of bloodsuckers.
Waco native Cameron Morris customizes hats for Texans including Aaron Watson and Charley Crockett.
I ate my way from San Antonio to Dallas in one (very filling) day. Here are some of the highlights of my taco travels.
Helberg, Guess Family, and Honky Tonk Kid have transformed the local scene and have only gotten better in their new brick-and-mortar homes.
The Lady Bears are back in the Women’s Final Four for the first time since 2012.
After being discovered by Joanna Gaines, the photographer moved his family of five into a midcentury Waco home that's a work in progress.
Plus, a woman unexpectedly gave birth to quadruplets.
A Baylor Bears fan is conflicted about what he should do if TCU goes to a bowl game.
Observing the ATF’s disastrous assault on David Koresh and the Branch Davidian compound should have made John McLemore’s career. Instead, it ruined it. Maybe that was for the best.
Branch Davidians Clive Doyle and Sheila Martin lost almost everything in the Waco fire, but not their faith.
A quarter century after 82 Branch Davidians and 4 federal officers died outside Waco, retired FBI agent Byron Sage still can't stop thinking—and arguing—about what happened.
Texas football made the former ’Friday Night Lights’ actor a heartthrob. Will a Texas tragedy make him a bona fide star in 'Waco'?
A cluster of creative types has set up shop in Chip and Joanna Gaines’s suddenly hot hometown.
Now is the time to visit Waco, so book one of these vacation rentals that was renovated on the popular HGTV show.
Returning to the place where she began her career, Linda Livingstone looks to repair the university’s reputation.
How two Sicilian brothers begat a variant of smoked meat found only in Waco.
Two years after a deadly Waco shoot-out, the local district attorney is trying to take down the Bandidos and Cossacks biker clubs. It won’t be easy.
Looking back on last year's best stories to plan this year's wanderings.
How Chip and Joanna Gaines are renovating Waco’s reputation, one home at a time.
Photographer Jeff Wilson on the making of the October cover with Chip and Joanna Gaines.
And will he ever coach at the college level again?
Brann becomes a casualty in his own war with the Baptists. Texas Collection of Baylor University“In the year of our Lord, 1891, I became pregnant with an idea. Being at the time chief editorial writer on the Houston Post, I felt dreadfully mortified, as nothing