The owners wanted to raise money to help their Gulf Coast hometown recover from the hurricane. They did it the way they know best — they threw a party.
Most of the hopefuls at the Austin Spurs G League tryout came for another chance at playing professional basketball. A few actually had one.
There are eerie echoes today in a Cold War-era civil defense film about preparing for an atomic bomb attack.
Winning the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship put Sophia Schubert in three women’s major championships in 2018.
Letter asks UT’s president to provide online access to libraries and other support.
byTaylor Jackson Buchanan
If Congress does not create a legal pathway for DACA recipients to remain in the country, many will be vulnerable to possible deportation.
Austin prepared for thousands of evacuees; shelter never held more than 400.
In Red Cross shelters, state park campgrounds and motels, people who fled the hurricane are weighing whether to return to certain devastation in their hometowns, or find new places to live.
Carrying 50-pound backs during training can be punishing for women. The military is responding with equipment adapted for their bodies.
Business is booming for small companies that remanufacture ammunition. Central Texas is a hotbed for the industry.
Volkswagen vans are getting harder to find because of nostalgic demand for “a whole stack of metaphors on wheels.”
Spike, the Round Rock mascot, has been a team mainstay since Day One. Just don’t ask the baseball team to reveal whose inside the custom.
As Operation Supply Drop expanded beyond video games for overseas military, its founder left, saying the organization had become “just another veteran’s charity.”
As some substitute software for real bodies, the UT-Austin school uses both in its study of anatomy.
byTaylor Jackson Buchanan
Avocados seem so innocent. But there’s a hidden danger in trying to dislodge their pits.
Moore County has received no water from Lake Palo Duro, and a bill now in the Legislature won’t turn on the spigots or ease the county’s financial burden.
At Down Home Ranch in Elgin, adults with intellectual disabilities help with everything from feeding the cows to collecting eggs from the hens and grooming the miniature horses.
Rehab El Sadek will spend the next nine months finding ways to bring her creative vision to the Watershed Protection Department,
Jade Gortarez played baseball as a kid in California. When it was time for college, the University of Texas made her a softball star.
Ten things to know about the bat colonies that draw visitors to Austin, San Antonio and other locales.