A company with a reputation for downsizing newspapers takes over Texas's capital city publication.
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…
If you live in Texas and saw a newspaper Saturday, you know what happened ...
For decades, the state’s big urban newspapers helped bind together the inhabitants of our major cities. Now those papers are threatened by a rapidly evolving (some might say collapsing) business model. Is there hope for daily journalism in Texas?
Picking up a Houston Chronicle story, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram printed the name of Chron reporter Yang Wang as "Yank Wang." She took it in good stride.
The billionaire picked up the Waco Tribune-Herald for an undisclosed sum on Friday.
A representative for Berkshire Hathaway announced the purchase to newsroom employees Tuesday.
The imprisoned polygamist leader continues to spread his apocalyptic message, spending tens of thousands of dollars on large ads in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Tennessean.
Author Gregory Curtis talks about Paris, impressions, and the Venus de Milo.
Reading the Arlington newspaper war.
The only surprise about the closing of Houston’s oldest papers was that it took so long.
Choosing the best features of Texas newspapers is a thankless job, hard on the spirit, and difficult for all the wrong reasons.
One Dallas paper clings tightly to tradition while the other, with a new editor, looks for something to cling to of its own.