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Christopher Adams is a Texas-based journalist who spent several years as a staff reporter for two Texas newspapers before transitioning into freelance writing a few years ago. He has written for Culture Crush, Growing America, Ranch & Rural Living Magazine, No Depression, For The Love Of Bands, and Bee Culture.

Virus Shakes Texas’ Cotton Industry

A promising 2020 for the Texas cotton industry has quickly gone sideways due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the...

How Shelters Can Help Homeless During COVID-19 Pandemic

Homeless communities and shelters throughout the nation and Texas are a potential flashpoint for the COVID-19 pandemic. So how...

Democrats’ High Primary Turnout in Texas Suburbs Might Be a Sign of What to...

The dramatically high Democratic turnout in Texas suburbs earlier this month could indicate major changes heading into the remaining races of the...

Dallas Rates As Most Dangerous City for Drivers in Texas

The Flatlanders song asks, “Did you ever see Dallas from a DC-9 at night?” And perhaps that’s a safe way to view...

Six Ways Hunting Rules in Texas May Change

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is currently accepting public comments on proposed changes to the 2020-2021 Statewide Recreational Hunting Proclamation....

I-35 Really Could Improve, but the Plan Needs Funding

The aggravating crawl written into the Interstate 35 narrative has persisted for years, continuously frustrating Texans. The unforgiving traffic has wreaked havoc...

Coalition is Ramping Up Efforts to Protect Votes in Texas

Some voter trepidation is to be expected in the 2020 election cycle. The state’s recent poor handling of voter identification requirements and...

Texas Tech Is on the Rise—And We’re Not Talking About the University

Illustration by Mariana G. This piece has been updated as of February 24, 2020. Austin,...

How Rodeos Go Big in Texas

Rodeos are well-tethered to Texas, unabashedly and proudly reflecting its identity, heritage, historical economic viability and steadfast resolve. Rodeo in general serves...

Anger Runs Through Hill Country As Kinder Morgan Pipeline Nears Completion

As the completion of a pipeline project nears, setting up Texas natural gas on a 430-mile southeast trajectory, the anger of landowners...

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