byBy Swathi Narayanan
They escaped the bombs and repression of a five-year civil war. Now they are trying to rebuild their lives in a new country.
The group vows to challenge Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s effort to pass school vouchers in the 2017 Legislature. Johnson said he has told Patrick to his face, “This will not pass.”
By Leah Vann For Reporting Texas There is no rest for the high school baseball pitcher. But the University Interscholastic League is trying to correct that. On Oct.1 7, the governing body of high school sports in Texas set a limit of 110 pitches per game, effective the 2017 season. The UIL enacted the policy to protect […]
A House committee is studying ways to address complaints that homeowners could face foreclosures because of high attorney fees assessed by HOAs.
Mitchel Wong has prospered as an eye doctor, rancher and real estate investor. His $20 million donation will create a new institute at Dell Medical.
By Leah Vann For Reporting Texas Lake Travis senior defensive tackle Cesar Guzman last saw Santiago Villegas in July. “I asked him when he was coming back,” Guzman said. “He said that he wasn’t sure, so I was like, ‘Well, you gotta come back, we start football in two weeks.’” Two weeks later, Guzman […]
More than 100 players on 10 teams gather every Saturday from August to October.
Patricia Walsh thought Rio would be her last race. But a disappointing finish has fired up her determination to try again — and do better.
The nuances of Mayan dialects make communication even more difficult for refugees seeking asylum in the United States.
By Julien Lawrence For Reporting Texas Cheers flooded Room 101 of Waggener Hall on a recent Thursday. Dozens of students screamed at the projector screen at the front of the room at the University of Texas at Austin. Armed with a massive golden hammer, a warrior charged at another wielding a futuristic laser gun. She […]
High schools are under pressure to get more graduates into college. College and career centers at each campus help students navigate the process.
byTravis Putnam Hill
Some landlords’ policies reject tenants for long-ago or minor crimes, even for arrests that never led to convictions. Landlords are beginning to consider changes.
For 13 years, Wempe has been an important part of the Bowie football family. ‘He brings a positive attitude toward everything,’ one player said.
A former Austin high school athlete takes on the challenge of wheelchair athletics.
Roger Hornsby’s grave in eastern Travis County is marked by a plain memorial with no mention of his baseball accomplishments. But fans come regularly to visit the site where a legend is buried.
Cotulla and other towns in the Eagle Ford Shale are nursing economic hangovers from the collapse of an oil boom that pumped prosperity into the region.
Thanks to growing bird populations, this year’s season is the longest in eight decades. That creates opportunities for more people to enjoy an affordable form of hunting.
Youth academy creates a sports opportunity for students and plants the seeds for a football revival at the Eastside high school.
Tech recruiting firms are seeking talent among former service members. One appeal: Their dedication and ability to adapt to challenging situations — traits well suited for the tech field.
His harsh comments about immigration bother some young Hispanics, even conservatives who plan to vote Republican. But some say Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric is causing them to make another choice,