byChristopher De Los Santos
Veterans say they are turning to new organizations to deal with traumatic experiences.
byChristopher De Los Santos
Since the Austin-Travis County Sobering Center opened in August, more then 500 intoxicated people have been treated at the center.
The mussel has inflicted billions of dollars in damages since it was introduced in the Great Lakes in 1988.
Few things capture the irony of Lufkin’s resurgence better than the Lufkin Industries Christmas display.
byChristoper De Los Santos
The Lower Colorado River Authority wants to pump 25,000 acre-feet annually from the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer.
Advocates are optimistic about the possible reform of marijuana laws during the 2019 Texas legislative session.
In a world of seemingly ubiquitous chain stores and expanding online shopping, Old Highway 90 in San Antonio has remained home to mom-and-pop businesses.
The founder of a Buddhist temple in Austin has said things condoning the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people in Myanmar.
The Bastrop cemetery is another instance of black grave sites being unearthed across the state as developers bulldoze land along the edges of expanding cities.
Austin school district staff say social and emotional learning has helped children develop the skills they need to thrive in and out of school.
byAlejandra Gavilanes and Sam Bellessa
UT students Alejandra Gavilanes and Sam Bellessa set out to discover one of Central Texas’ most popular events and along the way meet the king and his royal subjects at the Texas Renaissance Festival.
A a girl in Michigan, Kate Biberdorf discovered joy and beauty in science. She brings that sense of wonder — and plenty of pyrotechnics — to her students at the University of Texas.
Advances in technology and the mainstreaming of drones during the past decade have breathed new life into the niche hobby of flying remote control airplanes.
An athletic director inheriting a football coach at one of the country’s preeminent programs can be tough for both the coach and athletic director, but UT’s Chris Del Conte and Tom Herman are making it work.
Danielle Skidmore, a trans woman who ran in 2018 election, failed in her bid. But she sees promise in the rise of LGBTQ candidates.
The disparity is true nationwide, but universities struggle to find answers.
Program at Hutto High School pairs puppies and students who foster the young guide-dogs-in-training until they’re ready to serve.
Texas played an outsized role in the war effort after the Zimmerman telegram sparked fears of a Mexico-Germany alliance.
In a Sun Belt city whose sports culture is dominated by college football and basketball, more people are playing hockey than ever before.
Its creators call it an “immersive art pop-up,” but the FOMO Factory in downtown Austin is whatever visitors want it to be — with pictures to prove it.