How long it will take the dreaded emerald ash borers to fully establish themselves in Texas? And how many native ash trees will they decimate?
How the Bayou City has become so vulnerable to flooding.
The Blackland Prairie becomes an unfortunate dumping ground.
Veggie tales from Brownsville in the early twentieth century.
Galveston hosts a baseball game with nursery rhyme flair.
In-migration, by the numbers.
Illustration by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Click to enlarge.When Governor Greg Abbott announced, in the wake of the November terrorist attacks on Paris, that Texas would not accept any new Syrian refugees, he was flouting the law of the land: the placement of refugees within the United States
The aerial pursuits of the Greenville Banner.
Setting the energy bar in Houston.
The whisky fad.
In a small shop in El Paso, a man practices a craft that may soon be no more.
In 1975 the estate of J. Frank Dobie (1888–1964) established an endowment that would allow the University of Texas Press to keep his books in print for decades to come. Forty years later, the arrangement is still in place, and the press annually sells thousands of copies of
A winter wonderland.
Texas wildlife officials say they’re just trying to stop the spread of a deadly infection. Deer breeders see another agenda at work.
A death penalty in decline.