Sparklers, fireworks, and light shows are all Independence Day staples. But this year, due to droughts, wildfires, floods, and tight finances, America should expect to see less of the dazzling displays.
There is a place, in these United States, where a loaf of bread will cost you 90 cents. Where a gallon of gas will set you back $2.65. Where you can rent a two-bedroom house for $450 a month. And that place is Harlingen, Texas, …
At first, it may have turned out to be one of the biggest, most grisly crime scenes in recent Texas law enforcement memory.
If you’re a Facebook user of a certain age, your news feed is undoubtedly clogged with ultrasound photos from parents-to-be you haven’t seen for years.
Although Texas is notorious for advocating for states’ rights — Gov. Rick Perry has openly suggested secession — state officials had to drop a bid to prevent TSA agents from conducting “invasive searches” after the federal …
In another bout of tough press for TSA, the Texas House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill on Friday that prohibits “intrusive touching” when people are seeking access to public buildings and forms of transportation.
People cried. People thanked God. It wasn’t a church service — it was the opening of Texas’ first In-N-Out branch.
A wildfire started at Possum Kingdom Lake in Texas has spread to 150,000 acres, and shows no signs of slowing down.
TIME’s Sean Gregory traded his notebook for a camera to provide a rare off-court look at the electric atmosphere at Reliant Stadium.
Sure, he commanded respect in Men in Black and No Country for Old Men. But can an Oscar-winning actor make it to Capitol Hill?
As the Lone Star State commemorates 175 years of freedom from Mexico, Americans across the country are “Remembering the Alamo.” But in truth, the most symbolic battle of the revolution wasn’t over until days later. Has history …
A new Texas association has created a scholarship for a demographic they say is underrepresented when it comes to aid: white men.