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How so-called “nature-based solutions” can put nature to work – and at the same time provide a place where humans can recharge in a beautiful setting.
Theresa Stephens (of Cast Iron Grill in Lubbock, Texas) takes pumpkin pie to the next level.
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The wealthy trial lawyer just helped acquit Attorney General Ken Paxton. Now he wants to fix potholes and broken water lines.
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For a few months this summer, autonomous vehicles roamed the streets of Austin. Self-driving trucks shuttle freight across the state. The autonomous future is here—but its arrival is fraught.
Residents of El Paso and Sunland Park, New Mexico, agree illegal immigration is a problem, but the Texas governor’s newest effort is little more than a PR stunt.
The ‘1883’ actor, who lives in Fort Worth, picked up some tips on the 6666 Ranch.
Get Real in Cochise County, and prepare to fill up on fresh air, brilliant stars, and clear blue skies in southeast Arizona.
For the show’s fifty-third season, Texan J.B. Sauceda will carry on Texas Country Reporter’s rich tradition of telling stories from across the state.
Inspired by Home Slice Pizza’s delivery of the New York experience to Austin, Nano Wheedan aims to bring that same nostalgic feeling to Taco Heart.
The city's University Medical Center is among the trauma centers dealing with many more migrants severely hurt in falls from the thirty-foot fence.
In the latest showdown over immigration restrictions, Texas representatives got into a heated confrontation on the floor.
The World Series–bound Texas Rangers have embraced the much-maligned band with arms wide open. And it turns out that Creed kinda slaps.
Tobe Hooper’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’ satirizes yuppie greed by painting the entire state with a broad and bloody brush.
The compilation cover album Texas Wild, which includes pairings such as Adrian Quesada and Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name,” was curated by a mad Texan genius.
Home cooks haven’t had many options in the lump charcoal and briquet market. Now a few Texas companies, including Franklin Barbecue, are offering better-made, more sustainable versions.
The empire of Chip and Joanna Gaines has lasted twenty years. Where will we be in twenty more?
Foul trouble slowed the San Antonio Spurs rookie in Wednesday’s loss to Dallas, but Wembanyama’s flashes of brilliance still shone bright.
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University is a premier destination for visitors from around the world.
Or, really, any tattoos relating to the Mexican culinary experience. Now that I’ve gotten inked eleven times in nine months, I’m wondering why this form of self-expression is calling to me.
A breathtaking vision of the New West, Sheridan is Wyoming’s emerald city.
Plan your Southwest ski vacation this winter, to Colorado’s hidden gem, Purgatory Resort.
This charming mountain village has something for every type of traveler.
The Woodlands boasts enchanting tree-lined walkways and a vibrant town center that undergoes a magical transformation during the holiday season.
Irving may be right in Texas's backyard, but you’ll feel worlds away when you make a weekend of it in this city, which is nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth.
Whether you’ve played golf your whole life or are just getting started, PGA Frisco has everything you need.
Curse the Lege, conjure a love spell, or learn more about the occult arts in these Texas shops.
Perry Como may have crooned, “(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays,” but a trip to Gaylord Texan Resort – with its festive decor, seasonal dining, and original holiday experiences — may be even better than staying home.
With a 4000-year-old food culture, Arizona's culinary scene is a tapestry of Mexican, Native American, and European food traditions.
The woman who reported being physically abused in 2014 was awarded $270,000 in damages.
G Five Cattle & Meats in Sulphur Springs is creating steaks that are the closest thing to Japanese Wagyu our barbecue editor has seen.
Nathaniel Hall’s canines can also find pollutants and agricultural pests.
With the winter chill driving people indoors, Wichita Falls has plenty of entertainment for the whole family in our walkable Downtown with convenient free parking.
Late fall and early winter makes for a great time to visit College Station.
Thanks to second-year coach Trent Miller and five-star senior quarterback DJ Lagway, 8–0 Willis High School has become an “addict” for winning.
Dozens of candles claim to capture the essence of the Lone Star State. We put them to the test.
The little town of Waco beckons travelers with its unique blend of history, culture, and holiday festivities.
With plenty of family friendly adventures, winter is one of the best times to visit the Big Bend region.
Remembering Ed Auler, Cofounder of Fall Creek Vineyards and Champion of the Hill Country Wine Region
Auler, who died at age 78, believed great wine could come out of Texas soil—and he proved that to be true.
I marveled at the thousand-year-old Big Tree and stargazed with a pod of pelicans.
Our photographer captured all the leather (and the luxury) on race attendees from near and far.
Finding is half the fun at your local Half Price Books—and sometimes, you find more than just a good story between the pages. Read about some of the unexpected items that have been found among the stacks over the years.
The Art Car Museum’s reopened retrospective spotlights the deeply personal collages made by one half of Texas’s legendary art power couple.
He’s one of the first faith-based coordinators for Texas inmates facing the death penalty. He’s scheduled to be executed this week.
The former head football coach was called to testify on Thursday—and made some surprising assertions.
With an all-star music lineup, curated Taco Trail, and an artisan marketplace, there’s always more to explore at TM BBQ Fest.
Bob and Kelli Phillips, the hosts of Texas Country Reporter, have traveled all across our state telling the stories of Texas. Time and time again in these stories, food plays a large part. A thoughtfully prepared meal brings folks together, and knowing that a community member played a part in
Before game two of the ALCS, a Houston Astros fan was told his shirt, which referenced the team’s cheating scandal, was unwelcome at the ballpark.