Let us help you get through the hottest months of the year.
Whether in spring water in Angelina National Forest or a bright blue river north of Uvalde, take a cool dip to survive the Texas heat.
A Montanan turned Houstonian’s first summer in Texas isn’t going all that well.
In the midst of a cold, wet winter, an Abilene woman longs for the dog days of August.
A Manor man who left his puppy in the car in a Walmart parking lot is facing Class A misdemeanor charges.
We’ve mapped out nineteen places to cool off the way nature intended by swimming, wading, and diving into Texas’s restorative waterways.
The risks a West Texan will take for a quick dip.
Relinquishing oneself to these green waters is a tradition that runs deep in my family.
Getting wet, getting scared, and getting my family a little closer to Texas at Schlitterbahn.
When I was nine years old, I struggled to make a super 8 movie as my life unspooled around me.
When I was a teenager growing up in Wichita Falls, which is regularly hailed as one of the hottest cities in the state (and sometimes the country), I spent my summers smelling like roadkill. The moment I stepped outside my house, sweat began sliding like syrup down my back.
That's what summer boils down to: Thirteen opportunities to rip up your Friday-to-Sunday routine and go in search of adventure on the high plains. Or utter Relaxation along a languid East Texas river. Or cooler climes inthe historic heart of santa fe. Or the tastiest red enchiladas in El Paso. Or . . . well, you get the drift.
One family’s journey into enchanted enchilada land.
Last summer’s average temperatures in Texas set a record for the hottest summer ever, but new data finds Oklahoma was more scorched.
Out of more than half a million acres of state parks and natural areas, we’ve chosen the ten best trips—where to camp, what to do, and what to look for when you head to the nearest town
Without having to travel too far.
As the state gets hotter, one former Midland resident thinks air conditioning should be required by the city building code.
Grab your swimsuit, hop in the car, and drive to one of these four coastal getaways to beat the heat.
Even more camping suggestions, from El Paso's Franklin Mountains to Caddo Lake in East Texas.
It’s still hot. And by hot, I mean a scorching 104 degrees. And we’ve got at least another month or two to go. So I thought I’d share with you my favorite recipe for keeping cool in Austin. Just this summer, I finally discovered the secret ingredient: Good…
Yes, it’s summer in Texas. It’s the summer to end all summers (please, God), with record-breaking heat, triple-digit temperatures, and the uncontrollable urge to sit in your freezer, atop the Häagen-Dazs bars.
One week with a thousand cheerleaders.
Since our wearables often become unbearable, hereÃs a bold alternative.