In this episode of Observer Radio, staff writer Emily DePrang shares details on a report suggesting capital punishment in Texas needs a major overhaul.
Daily Archives: September 20, 2013
Five years after Hurricane Ike, only 41 percent of all the homes have been rebuilt or rehabilitated using federal aid. Not a single unit of public housing has been rebuilt in Galveston.
Historical fiction, journalism, oral history and a dose of Mark Busby’s imagination come together in Cedar Crossing, Busby’s latest novel. When Jeff Adams, a college student, is given an assignment to research family history, he discovers that his grandfather witnessed …
This week showed the State Board of Education adjusting to its new, more advisory role in textbook selection—and a few board members hoping to get some of that old authority back.
Texas Task Force II uses rescue dogs to search man-made and natural disasters in North Texas.
Texas Task Force II currently has four dog handlers. Five more, currently in training, will join the team later this year. All are taught to find survivors.