The influential singer-songwriter returns with his first album in four years, and a new single to kick it off.
What’s putting so many northeastern Texans in the grave?
Plus: More details from the Alpine school shooting, Laura Bush says we need to save the butterflies, and Sid Miller boycotts the NFL.
A GIF guide to our former governor's DWTS debut.
What Houston can learn from Dallas's low-income housing debacle.
Ted Cruz speaks out against protesting football players, Texas’s private schools soar and public schools drop in the latest college rankings, and a member of H-E-B royalty passes away.
Brock Osweiler and Dak Prescott replaced the rotating cast of QB’s that both the Cowboys and the Texans featured last year. So how’d they do?
How sunlight streaming into AT&T Stadium may have caused the Cowboys to lose a game.
Multiple issues have cropped up under DA Devon Anderson’s tenure.
Plus: Texas keeps thousands of disabled kids out of special education, the NFL season officially kicks off for Texas’s teams, and a North Texas high school holds a bizarre Trump-themed pep rally.
Miracle Mattress's 9/11 ad didn't go over well, to say the very least.
The Singaporean swam his way right into the middle of college sports’ pay-for-play debate.
Our list of small screen must-sees starring some homegrown talent.
Plus: A Mexican senator threatens to take back Texas if Donald Trump dismantles NAFTA, the Fort Worth Symphony goes on strike, and anti-LGBT billboards pop up in Waco.
The embattled Dallas County DA resigned this week.
A freshman shot another student on campus before turning the gun on herself in the school bathroom.
Plus: John Cornyn won’t endorse Ted Cruz, the University of Houston makes its formal pitch to join the Big 12, and Dallas has a child poverty problem.
HISD spent $1.2 million to change the names of schools named for Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and more.
Carbon wasn’t always abundant on Earth, and the building block’s extraterrestrial arrival may have been spectacularly violent.
Plus: A pair of polls has Texans riled up, troubled Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk resigns, and Texas ranks near the back of the pack when it comes to health care.
Yes, a true freshman looked like the star of the Longhorns' game against Notre Dame. But Charlie Strong has coached up the dregs of Mack Brown's recruits.
Drake, Canada’s biggest Texas hip-hop fan, is putting his money where his mouth is.
And will he ever coach at the college level again?
Plus: Ken Paxton sits down to dinner with the family of a transgender boy, Johnny Manziel goes back to school, and a new poll has Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in Texas.
Plus: Dallas Police Chief David Brown announces his retirement, Donald Trump loses key Hispanic supporters, and San Antonio approves a controversial police union contract.
More parents are opting out of getting their children vaccinated, and there’s no sign the trend will slow down.
A new study says oil and gas drilling could cause big health problems for Texas, the University of Texas promises to crackdown on "transients" and increase security, and the Affluenza Teen's lawyers try to get him out of jail.
We haven’t even begun to reach peak nineties nostalgia, but this is quite an announcement.
Charlie Strong won't tell you who is starting on Sunday, but his unsanctioned alter ego will.
Myke Tavarres is an unlikely NFL success story—and he decided not to push his chances before his team’s final preseason game.
Plus: CPS leaders get the boot, Baylor suspends a football player for abusing his dog, and a long-standing Aggie football tradition abruptly ends.
He danced his way straight into our hearts and he’ll never leave, no matter what happens on 'Dancing With the Stars.'
Plus: New data on Texas’s police shootings, the feds are reviewing the use of private immigration detention centers, and researchers at UT crack a 3.2 million-year old cold case.
The Cowboys starting quarterback’s injured back gives fans another reason to lament that Romo will always be Romo.
The hook ’em sign in donut form has been a part of the bakery’s brand for years—but UT lawyers are suddenly unhappy.
Plus: A unique look at UT’s campus carry debate, judges pick the best (and weirdest) food from the State Fair, and Texas is apparently experiencing a renewable energy revolution.
Welcome back to class, kids!
A new Amazon Prime show is partially set in the West Texas town, the latest Hollywood-ification of the far-flung locale.
Plus: Travis County’s whacky GOP Chairman gets kicked to the curb, Johnny Football’s next team might be north of the border, and Tony Romo has already taken his first game-ending hit.
Cocks Not Glocks: “Wear your dildo until they take the guns off our campuses!”
The celebrity chef is the subject of a 4,000-word profile by the Austin American-Statesman. He says all the right things, but is it quite the right time?
The newly-divorced Texan has been on the billionaire’s radar at least since she shot ’Machete Kills’ in Austin.
Plus: Donald Trump pulls for Rick Perry to unseat Ted Cruz, Dallas shooter Micah Johnson might have had PTSD, and Texas dominates the export game.
How Planned Parenthood was edged out as the state's women's health provider and replaced by the anti-abortion Heidi Group.
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Austin isn’t Donald Trump’s friendliest market, but the candidate kept it weird anyway.
Plus: The TEA slaps the STAAR test vendor with a massive fine, executions are on the decline in Texas, and the mom of ’Affluenza Kid’ gets a job as a bartender.
It was ironic for a few reasons.
Plus: A Texas federal judge blocks Obama’s transgender bathroom guidelines, the EPA links oil drilling to Texas earthquakes, and Texas law enforcement agencies rank in the top ten during a nationwide sex-solicitation crackdown.
The story behind the tip of a lifetime.