Eight million Texans—almost the population of New York City—live in areas affected by the storm.
The mayor described the damage as "a 100% loss," and says that every structure on the island has been affected.
Plus: Flooding in Port Arthur and Beaumont, Harvey makes a second landfall, and animal rescues.
The teams couldn’t come to an agreement about how to relocate the series after Harvey, and there's been serious backlash.
Some of the city’s performing arts companies suffered major damage, but the museums have mostly stayed dry.
Now 3,000 more homes and businesses are threatened.
Joel Osteen's megachurch is finally opening its doors, but only after a social media storm.
Kam Franklin tried to flee the city in 2005. This time, she stay put.
Just in case you forgot...
Plus: Rescue efforts are underway, Trump is coming to Texas on Tuesday, and how you can help.
As our hearts break for Houston, the Gulf Coast, and other affected areas, here are ways to contribute.
Since making landfall in Rockport on Friday night, Hurricane Harvey has continued to bring devastating floods and wind along the Gulf Coast and Southeast Texas throughout the weekend.
Hurricane Harvey swept through the Texas coast, here's what it left behind.
The Shefman family has taken drastic measures to protect their home from storms like Harvey.
The Category 4 storm downed power lines, damaged buildings, and injured at least ten residents.
Join us as we watch season one of ”Friday Night Lights.”
There’s no accounting for taste, though.
According to Square, San Antonio has more of ’em than Houston, Dallas, or Austin.
There’s more to it than you think.
Here's what you need to know as Hurricane Harvey hurtles toward Texas.
ESPN Thinks College Football Fans in Texas are Unhappy
The Texas Lege has provided a temporary fix to a statewide problem in public schools.
Plus: The Texas coast braces for a big storm, Amazon is a few big steps closer to buying Whole Foods, and Ted Cruz heads to the border.
The four-year-old was told not to return until he gets a haircut.
Plus: Ken Paxton’s wife might run for state Senate, a Texas sailor is missing after a tragic accident at sea, and Texas braces for Tropical Storm Harvey.
Dream of building your own medieval fortress? You aren’t alone.
Plus: See where Texas teams landed in the preseason AP Top 25 poll, Dallas ISD is in trouble, and Baylor gets hit with another Title IX lawsuit.
Texas-affiliated dating apps spoke out against white supremacists by barring them from their services.
The revisionist history behind Confederate monuments.
Plus: Texas gets ready for the solar eclipse, Warren Buffett’s Oncor deal goes under, and Texas fights to keep its congressional district map.
Protesters and counter-protesters gathered in Sam Houston Park over “The Spirit of the Confederacy" statue.
Plus: A federal appeals court finds Texas in violation of the Voting Rights Act again, Six Flags Over Texas will keep its Confederate flag flying over Texas, and the Texas license plate turns 100.
The grim traveler sampled the offerings with a heavy heart.
Plus: The driver of the truck in which dozens of immigrants died is indicted by a grand jury, Trump plans to fundraise in Dallas next month, and the State Fair announces this year’s fried food contenders.
Unsurprisingly, Texas still plays a major role in the fight.
Plus: A federal judge says Texas must redraw its congressional district map, Abbott signs into law a bill blocking insurance coverage for abortion, and Baylor settles a sexual assault lawsuit.
The decision to cancel a White Lives Matter rally could land the Aggies in court.
Plus: The Texas House finally moves on school finance, a former South Texas police chief faces drug trafficking charges, and a hazing scandal rocks the Bexar County Jail.
The Cowboys’ leading rusher may miss the first six games of the year.
Plus: Cruz condemns white nationalists, protesters march against the border wall in South Texas, and an African-American church in Waco gets hit with Nazi vandalism.
Back in the saddle again.
Plus: Julian Castro takes a step toward a presidential run, the iconic voice of the Aggies plans to retire, and Bernie Tiede gets bad news.
With fewer words and a lot more synth, Ramirez proves his songwriting chops stretch beyond roots music.
Plus: The first professional sports team comes out against the bathroom bill, the hurricane threat grows, and Rex Tillerson tries to put out Trump's North Korea fire.
A love story, city blues, songwritin', and a little bit of weed.
Plus: Houston ISD faces a state takeover, Beto O’Rourke draws a crowd in North Texas, and H-E-B plants a flag in Whole Foods territory.
There are 77 stretches of highway in Texas with more than one fatality per square mile in a three-year period.
Students believed the original language in the policy would consider a 9/11 memorial “triggering, harmful, or harassing.”
Plus: Don Baylor dies, Johnny Manziel considers coaching, and Dallas's own Bachelorette chooses a dude.
The shirts are intended to raise awareness. For what? Livin.