“Eleanor Pigsby” has gone missing, Whataburger eighty-sixes open carry, and North Texas methane leaks were underestimated by 50 percent.
Paxton is backing down on the gay marriage fight, and a biker drops his Waco shootout lawsuit.
The Alamo receives international recognition, and lawyers prepare to do battle over same-sex marriage.
Attorney General Ken Paxton faces serious felony charges, and the week looks up for gay marriage.
No one knows how many gay couples are in Texas, and the Warren Jeffs compound could be yours for a cool $20 million.
Troubles begin for gay couples getting married, and SCOTUS agrees to again take up the UT affirmative action case.
A slightly less-than-perfect beginning for Texas gay marriage, and booming bail bond business for Waco.
AG Ken Paxton on same-sex marriage, and fake dentists terrorize Texas.
UT more seriously considers the fate of Confederate statues, and the border surge is now its own border economy.
The cost of the flood, and more ripples from the South Carolina massacre.
Ripple effects from the South Carolina shooting, the next open carry debate, and Texas’s wunderkind golfer.
Supreme Court backs Texas’s Confederate flag license plate ban, and fried food is back on the cafeteria menu.
More details from the Waco shootout, and UT finally allows beer at football games.
Denton backs away completely from its anti-fracking efforts, and the Astros get hacked.
A Waco biker discusses his lawsuit, and the Texas Rangers will now investigate the McKinney pool incident.
Dallas Police Department shoot-out, San Antonio gets a new mayor, and ROT Rally goes off without a hitch.
Mineral Wells’s football teams takes a stand, and lemonade stands get regulated.
The McKinney officer resigns, and abortion restrictions are upheld by a federal court.
George W. Bush’s speaker fees come under scrutiny, and Franklin Barbecue smokes line holders.
A McKinney officer’s conduct when responding to a complaint at a community pool goes viral, and bikers protest the continued detainment of more than 100 people following the Waco shootout.
Troubles crop up at migrant detention centers in South Texas, and McLennan County deals with legal questions over how to handle the 170-plus bikers arrested in Waco.
Image of the Day You do not mess with Charlie Strong. And not just because the UT football coach has a reputation of being a no-nonsense taskmaster. It’s because Strong apparently likes to keep live tigers around. To be fair, they’re just cubs and the video of them is…
Texas is set to execute the oldest man to be put to death by the state, and the Texas State Aquarium slowly rebounds from tragedy.
Dan Patrick proclaims he is not after Greg Abbott’s job, and the rainbow after the storms.
After the flood; the Lege that was; and Waco bikers fight back.
Politicians promise help for rain-soaked Texans, and the Lege’s last push before the session ends.
Gun legislation misfires, and the budgetary fallout from housing the bikers imprisoned after the Waco shooting.
Texas and 25 other states win an immigration court battle, and the much-ballyhooed video footage of legislators may remain under wraps.
The Lege stayed busy during the holiday weekend, and severe flash flooding affected Central Texas.
A victory for private security, and leaks and hygiene issues were linked to Blue Bell Creamery as far back as 2009.
The cost of opposition to Obamacare, and more details on the Twin Peaks shooting.
A marijuana bill heads to the governor’s desk, and Blue Bell faces a lawsuit.
The aftermath of when a “peaceful gathering for bikers” goes wrong, and Abbott signs the controversial bill banning local governments from banning fracking.
A biker gang shootout in Waco, and Blue Bell’s continued woes.
The City of Austin’s guest speaker problem, and Blue Bell on Craigslist for just $2,000.
Recovery efforts are under way after tornados ripped through North Texas, and a bill to establish statewide regulations for companies like Lyft and Uber hit a dead end.
Women in law enforcement abysmally represented, and recovery begins for towns affected by twisters.
Flooding and tornadoes hit North Texas, and a theory behind the Jade Helm 15 backlash.
It’s high time marijuana gets its day before the Lege, and the FDA finds a history of listeria in Blue Bell ice cream.
Texas’s Jade Helm panic goes national, and more in the “Deputy Dogg” case involving Snoop, a state trooper, and the director of DPS.
Officials are still trying to piece together details of the attack in Garland, and the abortion restrictions get tighter.
Greg Abbott defends his Jade Helm decision, and Aaron Franklin takes home the culinary equivalent of an Oscar.
Gunmen attack an anti-Muslim event, and Texas is seeing the trickle of a drought-free existence.
The GLO’s Alamo trademark is strengthened, and legislatures prepare for a gay marriage ruling from the Supreme Court.
Fiesta is no longer a Texas store, and Blue Bell has some other health issues.
Abbott promises to protect citizens against an invading military, and medical marijuana is being taken seriously.
The abortion debate is back, the Legislature continues its tax fight, and an A&M-Galveston professor fails his entire class.
The SMU earthquake study is producing results, and the space race in Texas is on.
Police body cameras get Senate approval, and Franklin Barbecue turns out to be a huge hit in San Francisco.
A look at the effects of truancy laws, and the mysteries of the Walmart closings.