Austin filmmakers who were outsiders 20 years ago are now insiders who have forced the world to adapt to them.Read full post
The Observer recently spoke with five women about how women’s health care in the Lone Star State has played a role in their lives and communities.Read full post
House leadership unveiled a response to one of Gov. Greg Abbott’s emergency items for the session, a $100 million plan to reward quality pre-K programs. But early education advocates say it doesn’t go far enough.Read full post
The push for sizable tax cuts fits poorly with other needs in the budget, like an effort to bolster transportation funding—can the Lege make the math work?Read full post
Talk of miracles ignores the multitudes who make Texas a national leader in low-paying work.Read full post
On this day in 1836, a group of Texians battled to save the Alamo from an invading foreign force. They lost.
Today, 179 years later, Sen. Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels) fought to legally ban foreign control of the Alamo.Read full post