Reporting Texas
News and features from UT-Austin's School of Journalism
Grace Young and Augustus Bell enjoy their partner dance together. Lukas Keapproth/Reporting Texas

Rites of Passage: Junior Cotillion Brings Dance, Etiquette and Life Skills to Pre-Teens

At the Austin Country Club, students learned the art of dancing and the rules of etiquette. One said she would rather be skateboarding.

Salt Therapy, Though Lacking Scientific Support, Brings Comfort to Families

Halotherapy, commonly known as salt therapy, is believed to relieve symptoms of respiratory diseases. However, researchers say more testing is needed to assess the effectiveness.

At a Municipal Golf Course, Watching a Masters Career Come to a Close

A Man for All Seasons Calls Time on 55 Years in UT Sports

Driven by Economics and Lifestyle, Tiny House Movement Grows

Rising Beef Prices Biting Barbecue Joints and Brisket Fans


Austin Drum Corps Teaches Members More Than Music

Genesis Drum and Bugle Corps will travel to 19 U.S. cities for summer competitions.

Professor John Morán González on the University of Texas at Austin campus on Feb. 26, 2015. Gonzalez and several other UT professors are currently organizing an exhibit for display at the Bob Bullock Museum on the history of latino lynchings in Texas with planned opening in January of 2016. Photo by Martin do Nascimento/Reporting Texas

Scholars Work to Tell a Dark Chapter in Texas History

In early 20th Century, Texas Rangers and vigilantes killed hundreds of Mexicans and Tejanos.

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Police, Community Gaps are Wide in East Texas

Michelle Mejia looks on while her son plays with a few other children on a playground in North Austin.

Group Works to Close the Health Care Gap for Poor Mothers of Color


After Years with UT Archery, Volunteer Coach Takes New Aim


Champion of Wildlife Spreads the Gospel of Backyard Habitats


Austin Festival Aims to Be South by Southwest for Drag Performers

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