By Jef Rouner SpaceX is offering to buy all the homes in Boca Chica Village, a tiny Texas town. Elon Musk’s vision of a privately owned launchpad for vessels headed to the International Space Station and other off-planet destinations is an addictive one, particularly
With the primaries imminent and the general election looming in November, it’s time to take stock of the mechanics of Texas voting. Literally, the mechanics. How do we vote, who runs the machines, are they secure, and is it time for a change?
By Isobella Harkrider The IDEA charter chain has its eyes set on immense growth, with goals to gain an enrollment of 100,000 students nationwide in the next two years. But
Last month, Speaker Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton) made appointments for two boards tasked with oversight of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA), the insurer of last resort for hail and windstorm
Coverage map courtesy of T-Mobile By Isobella Harkrider Verizon’s Super Bowl commercial was about humanity, empathy and compassion holding more importance than 5G networks, and it ended by saying “5G’s
By Christopher Adams Rodeos are well-tethered to Texas, unabashedly and proudly reflecting its identity, heritage, historical economic viability and steadfast resolve. Rodeo in general serves as a cultural bond in
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By Jef Rouner In a recent announcement that Texas would not accept new refugees in 2020, Gov. Greg Abbott made Texas the first state to
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By Isobella Harkrider When H-E-B opened its MacGregor grocery store in Houston in December, it changed lives. The storefront is a new beginning for area residents who previously had limited
By Andrea Greer Everyone bemoans the influence of money in politics, but candidates face a brutal truth: If you don’t raise enough money to run a campaign, you risk voters
On Tuesday, the three winners of the Jan. 28 special election runoffs are being sworn in to the Texas House as state representatives filling out unexpired terms. Katy real estate
Texas is no stranger to water scarcity. In every decade of the twentieth century, Texas has experienced a serious drought. However, Texas’ ability to outmaneuver its water crisis has a