Articles tagged: Tyler
In Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact, a new biography of the famed player, Asher Price writes, “Earl Campbell tried, through carrying the football, to transcend race.”
In 1977, the University of Texas’ crushing running back, Earl Campbell, racked up 1,744 yards on the football field, 1,054 of those coming after initial cont...Read More
After she came out, Maddie Snyder worried she wouldn't be able to get her name and gender updated on her driver's license. Then the local LGBTQ community rallied to help her, and Texas attorneys across the state are pitching in.
How Madeline Snyder, a Trans Woman in Tyler, Got Her Driver’s License Fixed After she came out, Maddie Snyder worried she wouldn’t be able to get her na...Read More
Fear and loathing on one side. Hope and inspiration on the other. East Texas is a microcosm of Beto-Cruz race.
The View From Louie Gohmert-Land Fear and loathing on one side. Hope and inspiration on the other. East Texas is a microcosm of Beto-Cruz race. – by Justi...Read More
East Texas progressives are making no small plans in the age of Trump — but can they work together long enough to win?
East Texas progressives are making no small plans in the age of Trump — but can they work together long enough to win?...Read More
Critics say the orders aren't necessarily irrelevant just because they’re old.
The last Texas districts remaining under decades-old desegregation orders are working to get out from under them. But are the orders irrelevant just because the...Read More
In this month's weird news from far-flung Texas, a Tyler man believes he's found biblical history in his back yard, and the unofficial Popeye of Victoria....Read More
In this edition of Strangest State: mysterious markings on Interstate 10, a woman rises from the erroneously dead and East Texas writers find big bylines....Read More
In this month's Strangest State: A rancher visits the doctor only to find that he's dead, a mom races her baby, and a woman finds her Facebook look-alike....Read More
In this month’s Strangest State: Wal-Mart closures prompt conspiracy theories, a lawman turns to Facebook to catch drug dealers, and a murder defendant questi...Read More