Tommy Vaughn says he’s no hero, but his actions helped save lives.
Unlike Alabama, which just banned abortion except to save a mother’s life, or Georgia, with its fetal heartbeat bill, Texas anti-abortion forces are pursuing incremental steps this year.
In a fast-moving and dangerous sport, the bullfighters develop a bond on and off the dirt.
The annual Battle of Blackjack Grove, a mock Civil War battle, started in 2017 in the East Texas town of Groveton and has attracted more and more attendees each year.
Journalists say schools should prepare students to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace.
Training at UT-Austin and Texas State takes two tracks: one focusing on quick police response and a second on simple steps everyone else can take to defend themselves.
The lions are so stealthy and range so widely, mostly on private land, that scientists have difficulty developing a good estimate of their numbers in Texas.
An addict turned recovery counselor uses dark humor and social media to help users clean up.
The presence of endangered salamanders in aquifers under the route means an added layer of environmental scrutiny for Kinder Morgan’s proposed natural gas pipeline.
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.
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.
A renewed interest in board games has spawned an increase in amateur board game developers, particularly in Lone Star hotspots Dallas and Austin.
The debate over the proper role of standard tests in evaluating student performance returns to the Capitol.