On April 10, New York-based poet and immigration activist Javier Zamora will join a panel discussion at the LBJ Presidential Library.
National Democrats are targeting six congressional districts in Texas in 2020. Despite Democratic gains in the 2018 midterms, some political scientists say the party faces an uphill battle in the Lone Star State.
White is now one of the best-paid coaches in the country, and he’s committed to showing the money is well spent.
Youth homelessness dropped 25 percent in the past year, and experts credit a community plan and subsequent commitment to carry it out.
On March 13, Joel Hanley, a defenseman for the Texas Stars hockey team in Cedar Park, scored an almost unbelievable goal.
Anna Westbrook says her musical and an accompanying workshop have a simple goal — to make people more comfortable discussing sexual abuse.
Dana DeBeauvoir helped conceive a system that is rugged, reliable and tamper-resistant.
In February, the Boy Scouts started allowing all-girl troops in the 109-year-old organization.
Support is growing for legislation that would allow prisoners, even those convicted of violent crimes, to reduce their sentences through good behavior.
In the boom-bust world of cotton, a couple of big harvests means lower prices and potentially tough times for Texas growers.
With America’s thorny relationship with North Korea in limbo once again, Reporting Texas asked professor Robert Oppenheim, professor and Posco Chair in Korean Studies at the University of Texas, to shed light on the issues.
A renewed interest in board games has spawned an increase in amateur board game developers, particularly in Lone Star hotspots Dallas and Austin.
Critics say short-term rentals are putting upward pressure on housing prices in Austin.
University Health Services reported treating 110 injuries from scooter mishaps between August and December.
The Dallas state representative who is sponsoring the bill says the numbers show that helmets save lives.
The debate over the proper role of standard tests in evaluating student performance returns to the Capitol.
Some Texans say federal opioid-prescribing guidelines are limiting chronic pain patients’ access to much needed medicine.
Unlike most states, the Texas Legislature only meets every other year.
With the start of the 2019 mosquito season upon us, state public health officials plan to proceed as usual — expecting the worst.
Their names aren’t in the box scores. But the turf specializes who take care of athletic fields at UT-Austin are MVPs in their own way.