Why is Changing Austin’s Name a Non-Starter?
A city report on Confederate and slavery-related names in the capital noted a big one—the city itself.
The Best Thing in Texas: Watch Barton Springs Pool Cheer on a Little Girl as She Jumps In
She’s so brave!
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For the Future of the Texas Film Industry, Look to Animation
With an expanding pool of talent and steady work, animation is a promising path forward for the Texas film industry.
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Texas ‘Bathroom Bill’ Unveiled Ahead Of 2017 Session
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, a top social conservative voice in the state, unveiled the proposed law Thursday at a news conference.
Judge Asks If Texas Fetal Remains Rules Override Current Law
A federal judge appears to be casting doubt on the legality of hotly debated Texas rules requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains, questioning Wednesday whether they would override separate, existing state laws on scattering ashes.
No Texas Football Teams In AP Poll For 1st Time Since 1997
There were no teams from the state of Texas ranked in The Associated Press poll this week for the first time since Sept. 14, 1997. Depending how the bowl season goes, this could be a first of sorts for Texas college football in the 80-year history of the AP poll .
First Zika Case Transmitted By Mosquito In Texas Confirmed
The Texas Department of State Health Services said Monday the patient is a resident of Cameron County, located on the border the state shares with Mexico.
Texas Fires Charlie Strong After Three Underwhelming Seasons
Reports that he would be fired swirled after a late-season loss to lowly Kansas, and school officials made it official after Friday’s 31-9 loss to TCU meant Texas would finish 5-7 without a bowl game for the second straight year.
Charlie Strong And Texas Soundly Beaten By TCU 31-9
Quarterback Kenny Hill ran for two touchdowns and TCU beat Texas 31-9 Friday, sending Longhorns coach Charlie Strong to a crushing loss in what may be his final game after three seasons.