The presence of more than 300 citizens at a Tuesday evening meeting was a testament to people’s strong feelings about anything to do with the Alamo.
If Texas doesn’t figure out a way to bridge the education gaps between its white and Hispanic populations, the poverty level in the state will skyrocket.
How to make Alamo Plaza a more historically representative site and keep it as a vibrant public gathering place for locals and visitors is the challenge.
The proposed House budget offers the first glimpse of a bipartisan conviction that it is time to rise above politics to address education issues in Texas.
We received a letter to the editor from U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith in response to Director Robert Rivard’s column that challenged the politicization of science.
Towles has pulled off one of the hardest tricks in fiction writing: following a critically acclaimed debut novel with one that is even better.
There never was a world where “alternative facts” existed like invisible, yet-to-be-discovered anti-matter. Such a world does not exist now.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) partook in a town hall debate focused exclusively on education at the KIPP Cevallos Campus Monday.
We are one month away from early voting for the May 6 General Election. Most of the city’s eligible voters, however, will not, despite all that is at stake.
City and County leaders gathered Friday afternoon to celebrate the rebirth of Hanger 9, a symbol of early military aviation.