One year after a state trooper stopped Sandra Bland on Prairie View’s University Drive, a group gathered for songs, prayers and poetry to honor her and the fi...Read More
Locals called the environmental regulators' decision ‘unconscionable.’
Locals called the TCEQ's decision "unconscionable," saying that wastewater from the mine will pollute drinking water for Maverick County residents....Read More
I am tired of fighting for respect in my own life; I wish not to make a woman fight for mine because of an elusive likability scale that works against us....Read More
Writes Gregg Barrios: Ali "gave me and countless others the moral right to protest the draft and the war," and inspired a new wave of activists of color....Read More
A Texas A&M Galveston professor is the third Texas faculty member known to have stepped down because of campus carry.
Texas A&M Galveston prof Wyndylyn von Zharen stepped down, fearing disagreements between students and educators could turn violent with guns at hand....Read More
Jason Isaac, recipient of more than $60,000 from the pyrotechnics industry, says not to worry about “cherry-picked horror stories" suggesting that fireworks are dangerous.
State Representative Jason Isaac, recipient of more than $60,000 from the pyrotechnics industry, says not to worry about “cherry-picked horror stories" sugges...Read More
Texas Latinas were disproportionately affected by restrictions in the state's anti-abortion law.
Data the health department was reluctant to release vindicates abortion providers who said anti-abortion regs would disproportionately affect Texas Latinas....Read More