Spike, the Round Rock mascot, has been a team mainstay since Day One. Just don’t ask the baseball team to reveal whose inside the custom.
As Operation Supply Drop expanded beyond video games for overseas military, its founder left, saying the organization had become “just another veteran’s charity.”
As some substitute software for real bodies, the UT-Austin school uses both in its study of anatomy.
byTaylor Jackson Buchanan
Avocados seem so innocent. But there’s a hidden danger in trying to dislodge their pits.
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.
At Down Home Ranch in Elgin, adults with intellectual disabilities help with everything from feeding the cows to collecting eggs from the hens and grooming the miniature horses.
Rehab El Sadek will spend the next nine months finding ways to bring her creative vision to the Watershed Protection Department,
Jade Gortarez played baseball as a kid in California. When it was time for college, the University of Texas made her a softball star.
Ten things to know about the bat colonies that draw visitors to Austin, San Antonio and other locales.
Many parents of gifted children choose private schools that give kids more educational flexibility.
At Hospice Austin, a disproportionate majority of clients across the organization are white, leaving minority communities underserved. A new outreach program seeks to fix that.
The problem is simple: It requires more training, pays less than similar specialities such as family care.
Arrests and the state’s new “sanctuary cities” law make life harder for everyone on the East Side, including law enforcement.
byTaylor Jackson Buchanan
By building an ethnically diverse membership, Mosaic Church has quintupled the size of its congregation. “From the beginning, God has had a multi-ethnic church in mind,” Pastor Morgan Stephens said.
The women Chulita Vinyl Club share a passion for collecting records and an ambition to become DJs in a male-dominated field.
Nahuatl is still spoken by more than 1.5 million people in Mexico and has drawn attention from colleges in the U.S.
UT students had the numbers, but they couldn’t comply with the strict standards of the Guinness Book.
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.
Breakthrough works with students from middle school through college. It depends on AmeriCorps for employees.
Loans offered by community development financial institutions have been a longtime part of the economy, but President Trump’s 2018 budget proposal seeks to eliminate them.