More than 20,000 participants are slated to compete in the 11th annual Rock/n/Roll Marathon in San Antonio Sunday.
Five women shared their experiences as leaders in their respective fields and gave career advice to audience members at a Thursday panel.
A report released Thursday found that Texas had about 835,000 uninsured children in 2017, an increase of 83,000 kids from the previous year.
SAWS performs more than 7,000 water quality tests every year to constantly monitor the city’s water supply for safety.
Researchers are hoping to gain a deeper understanding of what specific genes have been altered by a person’s diet and environment.
Senate Bill 90 aims to increase the number of “debilitating” medical conditions that qualify for the Texas Compassionate Use Program.
Sharon Sander is known not only for being a former national champion in modern pentathlon but for competing in more than 300 triathlons.
Anti-vaccine activities appear to be more of a western phenomenon, especially in the Pacific Northwest and the American Southwest, including Texas.
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner started in 1979, with 200 people served. This year, it will serve around 25,000 people.
Vision Zero is an initiative to reduce – and eventually eradicate – traffic fatalities through better enforcement of laws, better street engineering, and better education.
Of the 7.4 million children in the state, 21 percent live in poverty, according to the 2018 State of Texas Children Report.