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.
Business is booming for small companies that remanufacture ammunition. Central Texas is a hotbed for the industry.
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.
The problem is simple: It requires more training, pays less than similar specialities such as family care.
Austin prepared for thousands of evacuees; shelter never held more than 400.
Ten things to know about the bat colonies that draw visitors to Austin, San Antonio and other locales.
Reviewers for the French food guide sample the fare in just four American cities: New York, Chicago, the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C.
Hays County experiences a rash of unexplained incidents involving fake cops.
Texas has more dams than any other state, but hasn’t had a serious failure in more than a century.
In Texas, the Bridge Collective and Jane’s Due Process are two of several nonprofits providing services and assistance to women.
Twenty-five minutes after a knife attack was reported to UT-Austin police, the campus community received an emergency alert text about the incident. By then, many students and employees had turned to social media and local news outlets for information.
Earlier, warmer springs mean the Texas state flower is appearing during months that used to be too cold.
The Holdsworth Center, founded by H-E-B chief executive Charles Butt, will offer intensive leadership training, but won’t offer academic credit.
In a city with high rates of adult illiteracy, Each One Teach One works to give students a second shot at an education.
Most of the motorized stools in the St. Patrick’s Day race can reach 30 mph or so, but one has hit 100 mph.