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A team of scientists at Texas A&M has been testing cats and dogs throughout the pandemic. The CDC is furry interested.
After two years of hell, Texas teachers are burned-out, angry, tired—and sounding the alarm about public education.
The pandemic has spurred record numbers of Americans to reinvent their lives by quitting their jobs.
The newly engaged can learn a lot from the microwedding trend of the past two years.
With inflation and supply issues plaguing the state’s taquerias and Mexican restaurants, they’re counting on loyal customers to see them through.
Can the Fab Five help a society ravaged by grief recover? The answer is yas.
By Dan Solomon
The Upshaw family has preserved their history and traditions since the 1870s. Now, amid deaths and other departures, family members worry for their land’s legacy.
By Cat Cardenas
Don’t blame vaccines, but do blame the pandemic. And hope the airlines have fixed their problems by the busy Thanksgiving travel season.
After surviving a devastating accident that left her disabled, Amber McDaniel felt like she could overcome anything. Then her ten-year-old son contracted a rare condition associated with COVID-19.
By Peter Holley
Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz on the Crisis in Texas and Why Greg Abbott’s Operation Lone Star Concerns Him
The Del Rio–raised law enforcement official chatted with ‘Texas Monthly’ about the situation in his hometown and immigration enforcement across the state.
By Aaron Nelsen
A few months ago, Jennifer Bridges’s refusal to abide by Houston Methodist’s vaccine mandate thrust her into the national spotlight. Now she’s become a purveyor of conspiracy theories that have fueled the pandemic’s continuation.
By Peter Holley
Despite one of the state’s highest vaccination rates, the rural South Texas county is struggling to reach the goal of herd immunity.