Plus: The FBI busts a right-wing extremist allegedly plotting a mass shooting in Austin, the head of the state alcohol agency steps down amid controversy, and the Astros are off to their best start in team history.
A video from the people behind the ”Cocks Not Glocks” protest last August attacks the topic with satire.
After being removed from the University of Texas at Austin's Main Mall, the Jefferson Davis statue has found a new home on campus.
It’s still early to see the effects of Trump’s policy changes, but his immigration rhetoric already seems to have far-reaching consequences. But will that continue?
Plus: Texas is getting a new immigrant detention center, Ted Cruz’s constituents hold a town hall meeting on their own, and the Spurs and Rockets start their playoff push with a bang.
Seventy years after the deadliest industrial disaster in American history, a Houston filmmaker unites the survivors.
Plus: Rick Perry comes back to Texas for a visit, Buc-ee’s wants to build a record-setting car wash, and Austin really wants you to raise chickens.
Houston’s crime lab has a problem, Texas has the mumps, and the La Vernia hazing scandal grows.
The world’s oldest basketball rookie?
Take a peak at the Alamo’s new look, new details shed light on what may have caused a fatal church bus crash, and a pipe overflowing with used condoms leads Austin police to an alleged prostitution front.
SXSW has stirred up positive vibes for futbol in the Lone Star State, while San Antonio is making a play for a pro team.
The attention from SXSW—and a new bill in the legislature—seek to address a problem that may not be broken.
The best two ballers in Texas could very well be the best two ballers in the entire league.
The Voter ID law suffers another defeat in federal court, Houston gets half-a-million bucks to combat gang violence, and a fugitive Mexican Governor wanted in Texas is caught in Italy.
Video game billionaire Richard Garriott’s West Austin estate hits the market.
Hillary Clinton visits Houston, a hacking attack makes sirens blare in Dallas, and Torchy’s files a lawsuit to protect its damn good tacos.
Austin’s favorite instrumental post-rock sons kicked off their latest tour with a sad, triumphant night in the city to their south.
Alternately: Why isn’t every other network?
Plus: A Texan congressman takes over the House investigation into Russian hacking, Dan Patrick's school choice bill falls flat, and Jordan Spieth has a rough day at the Masters.
Louise Rowe was the only female musician to play with Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. Now she's taking her own band to San Marcos.
Dr. Kent Brantly, the Texas doctor who was diagnosed with Ebola, talks about beating the disease and how to fight it moving forward.
Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss talks to us about Kerry Max Cook, the Texan accused of brutal 1977 murder whom Dreyfuss played on stage.
The Austin singer-songwriter releases a new track exclusively with 'Texas Monthly.'
Plus: Border arrests drop bigly, the Texas House straps in for a wild budget ride, and supporters of Planned Parenthood rally at the Capitol.
In her new book, 'The Warbird,' Tara Copp weaves together tales from Iraq and World War II.
Plus: Dallas’s 911 dispatching disaster continues, disturbing new details in the fatal shooting of a Houston law enforcement officer, and Chuck Norris becomes a Texan.
Since her death a year ago, UT has worked with Weiser’s family to emphasize campus safety.
Walker, TEXAS Ranger, indeed.
Welcome to the broadcast booth (for now), Tony Romo.
Plus: A massive ICE raid strikes South and Central Texas, a law enforcement officer is gunned down in Houston, and the Cowboys sort of try to set Tony Romo free.
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, oh, and a two-foot hot dog stuffed in a tamale while you're at it.
Plus: Texas’s CPS mess turns deadly for a foster kid, Dallas hosts an all-time great women’s basketball Final Four, and Beto O’Rourke kicks off his campaign to topple Ted Cruz.
The honky-tonk celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary with two Texas country icons.
Plus: A Texas mayor joins Trump’s administration, the European Union chief issues a Brexit/Texit ultimatum, and Houston lets its tatted cops bear arms.
A total of 36 counties and cities across the nation signed the amicus brief in support of the suit.
With their forthcoming EP, the singer-songwriters seek to raise awareness for an issue that hits both of them close to home.
Plus: More than a dozen people are dead after a church bus crash in Uvalde County, Sid Miller signs a trade agreement with unrecognized Israeli settlements in the West Bank, and Texas Tech gives out free birth control to pigeons.
The song is brutal, but at least Willie’s still around to sing it.
Plus: Texas highways get a $9 billion infusion, a former Texas Congressman gets indicted on federal corruption charges, and Travis County joins a national lawsuit challenging Trump’s sanctuary cities order.
The new media empire has locations in New York, Los Angeles, D.C., San Francisco, London, Berlin, Tokyo—and now Austin.
Plus: A high school hazing scandal rocks La Vernia, the Texas Rangers unveil new additions to a heart-stopping ballpark menu, and Plano stinks.
The Austin genre-bender celebrates the day-to-day of working women everywhere.
Plus: A major ICE roundup in Fort Worth, UT’s swim team wins its third-straight national title, and Texas A&M’s student president responds to Rick Perry.
Dick Vitale said the Bears can get there, so it must be true, baby.
Plus: Greg Abbott meets with Donald Trump at the White House today, a bat-killing fungus invades Texas, and more news from Baylor’s ongoing sexual assault scandal.
What a 2003 basketball scandal can tell us about sports culture at Baylor.
SXSW just had its smallest festival in years. What does that mean for the event’s future?
The Department of Motor Vehicles has rejected 300 vanity license plates so far in 2017. Here are some of our favorites.
Plus: A former Baylor football player is charged with sexual assault stemming from his playing days, a former Texas congressman is charged with stealing $775,000, and HGTV gives Joanna Gaines her own show.
Plus: Cornyn and Cruz yuk it up with Trump’s SCOTUS nominee, San Antonio asks for an outside look at a fatal police shooting, and police detain a nearly naked man riding a stick horse and waving a rubber chicken at the Alamo.