AUSTIN — A plan is afoot for large-scale, regional projects to improve the state’s resilience to hurricanes and other natural disasters, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Oct. 4. Abbott tapped Texas
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Sometimes there are no answers Sometimes there are no answers. I begin my column with this platitude, because that’s what my week’s been like thus far. I put off making
The cold-blooded murder of an unarmed man on Oct. 1, 1875 was Johnny Ringo’s contribution to a Texas feud and the only confirmed kill of his mostly make-believe career. John
Perhaps we’ve had our last day over 96 degrees, and I can’t say I’ll miss the high temps. Congratulations, we’ve survived another hot, Texas summer. This one wasn’t nearly as
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 19 declared a state of disaster in counties impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda, which first hit the upper Texas Gulf Coast on Sept.