Unlike Alabama, which just banned abortion except to save a mother’s life, or Georgia, with its fetal heartbeat bill, Texas anti-abortion forces are pursuing incremental steps this year.
Prohibition of the plant has made scientific work on best cultivation practices impossible, and taking market share from growers outside the state could be a challenge.
They’re both illegal, for now, and they’re both cannabis, but the similarities just about end there.
After losing their coach in the wake of a college admissions scandal, UT-Austin’s men’s tennis team won its first national championship.
Professor who designed database that tracks satellites and assorted “space junk” discusses risks posed by space debris.
Anne Dattilo, 22-year-old physics and astronomy undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin, discovered two exoplanets, or planets outside Earth’s solar system.
Find out why Democrats disappeared and get a quick look at the state’s most notorious political scandals.
In a fast-moving and dangerous sport, the bullfighters develop a bond on and off the dirt.
Hundreds students attend Berkeley2 Academy, a for-profit college consulting firm in Austin.
Billy Wayne Clayton, the figure at the center of the scandal, remade the office of Texas House speaker.
Zeynep Somer-Topcu, associate professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin, makes sense of Brexit.
The annual Battle of Blackjack Grove, a mock Civil War battle, started in 2017 in the East Texas town of Groveton and has attracted more and more attendees each year.
The tiny amphibian faces an existential threat from the torrid development around its remaining habitat in Bastrop County.
By eliminating bias, educators hope to improve dismal maternal mortality rates among African-American women.
Journalists say schools should prepare students to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace.
Training at UT-Austin and Texas State takes two tracks: one focusing on quick police response and a second on simple steps everyone else can take to defend themselves.
The lions are so stealthy and range so widely, mostly on private land, that scientists have difficulty developing a good estimate of their numbers in Texas.
Some gamblers have started using a loophole in state law to play cards for money at so-called card clubs.
An addict turned recovery counselor uses dark humor and social media to help users clean up.
The presence of endangered salamanders in aquifers under the route means an added layer of environmental scrutiny for Kinder Morgan’s proposed natural gas pipeline.