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Sunday - 17th June, 2018
Chapter one of four On the first day of school, the fears swirl inside Diana Del Pilar’s ...
Sunday - 10th June, 2018
LOS ANGELES — A crew of technicians worked through the night to prepare the arena. They emptied th...
Sunday - 3rd June, 2018
THE PREACHER’S SON
First of three parts The divorce papers took Vickie McGinty by surprise. Distraught and alo...
Sunday - 27th May, 2018
‘Things … I just couldn’t imagine’
There’s a story Bud Frazier tells often. It was around 1966, and Frazier, now one of the world’s...
Sunday - 20th May, 2018
‘Missed but never forgotten’
The Santa Fe baseball team was down 7-0 to Kingwood Park on Saturday night. “Let’s go I...
Sunday - 13th May, 2018
A ‘do-or-die’ path to motherhood
Cecilia Figueroa started feeling sick about the ninth week of her pregnancy, so short of breath from...
Sunday - 6th May, 2018
State ignores the spread of dioxin in key waterways
the boundaries of a federal Superfund hazardous waste site established around those pits in 2008 tha...
Sunday - 29th April, 2018
A 140.6-MILE TREK OF TENACITY
THE WOODLANDS — The promise stayed with Marcus Cook for every mile. It was there as he wa...
Sunday - 22nd April, 2018
BARBARA BUSH LAID TO REST
Barbara Pierce Bush, the wife and mother of U.S. presidents, was laid to rest Saturday following a f...
Sunday - 15th April, 2018
EMBERS of WACO
WACO — Visitors still trickle through the gates at the New Mount Carmel Center, a nondescript patc...
Sunday - 8th April, 2018
Builder tactics under scrutiny
Newland Communities executives spent two years buying up Katy Prairie cattle pastures to assemble th...
Sunday - 1st April, 2018
2 FAITHS, 1 REFUGE
In the past, Emmanuel Episcopal Church marked Holy Saturday with a Great Easter Vigil, a deeply spir...
Sunday - 25th March, 2018
‘We fight. We roar’
WASHINGTON — Standing before vast crowds from Washington to Los Angeles to Parkland, Fla., the spe...
Sunday - 18th March, 2018
FROM VACANT TO VIBRANT
It’s jazz night at Axelrad Beer Garden, so the outdoor seating and swinging chair hammocks fill up...
Sunday - 11th March, 2018
Prepping for Permian oil
CORPUS CHRISTI — Along the waterways of this South Texas city, tall cranes lean over half-built oi...
Sunday - 4th March, 2018
More Latinos than ever toss hats into ring in Harris County races
A record number of Latino candidates are on the local ballot for Tuesday’s primary election, a dra...
Sunday - 25th February, 2018
WALKER COUNTY —Adefinitive East Texas twang rounds out the corners of each and every word sung in ...
Sunday - 18th February, 2018
Progress vs. preservation
COTTON GIN — William Shelton will not let go of the past, even if it is in the way of someone else...
Sunday - 11th February, 2018
Texas border businesses fear life without NAFTA
EL PASO — Erives Enterprises, a trucking company in this Texas border city, recently capped its be...
Sunday - 4th February, 2018
Sunday - 28th January, 2018
Sunday - 21st January, 2018
‘WE HAVE MORE BROTHELS THAN WE HAVE STARBUCKS IN OUR CITY.’
First in an occasional series For eight years, the shabby Carriage Way apartments in southw...
Sunday - 14th January, 2018
MAJOR MOVE IN W. TEXAS
MIDLAND — Jim Purvis started in the oil field digging ditches, sold his first prospect at 21, and ...
Sunday - 7th January, 2018
Biggest barrier to Ike Dike? Money
If the Houston-Galveston region continues to boom for the next 60 years and sea levels rise as scien...
Sunday - 31st December, 2017
Trump’s family crackdown upends path for asylum seekers
EL PASO — The boy was crying as federal agents ordered him into the government vehicle. Tell your ...
Sunday - 24th December, 2017
In ‘eternal struggle’ with water, Dutch have much to teach
OUWERKERK, Netherlands — The first, and only, warning came in the predawn darkness. The messenger ...
Sunday - 17th December, 2017
Officials patched and prayed while pressure built on dams
A freak March storm dumped 10 inches of rain on Houston in just six hours, causing widespread floodi...
Sunday - 10th December, 2017
flood insurance’s expensive cycle
The National Flood Insurance Program, designed to protect Americans from catastrophic floods, has fa...
Sunday - 3rd December, 2017
Danielle McNicoll wheeled her fiancé into his hospital room after physical therapy, then tu...
Sunday - 26th November, 2017
Bondholders not notified of potential for flooding
The special purpose districts that have powered development in the Cinco Ranch area west of Houston ...
Sunday - 19th November, 2017
BLINDSIDED BY MEDICAL BILLS
Jason Pettit sat at his daughter’s hospital bedside awash in fear. His only solace was knowing he ...
Sunday - 12th November, 2017
RE-CREATING A MASTERPIECE
DENVER — Leo Tanguma is in no hurry to return to the city that holds his ultimate achievement.&...
Sunday - 5th November, 2017
STRIPPED TO THE STUDS
Rebecca Chavez let the alarm ring twice, then a third time. She lay halfasleep in the dark,...
Sunday - 29th October, 2017
When the Astros beat the Yankees to advance to the World Series, Danielle Stillman burst into tears ...
Sunday - 22nd October, 2017
WITH their season on the line, the Astros drew comfort from the familiar ground on which they stood,...
Sunday - 15th October, 2017
›› More in Sports: Commentary from Brian T. Smith and Jenny Dial Creech, a breakdown of Justin V...
Sunday - 8th October, 2017
‘THE RIVER IS A MONSTER’ Homeowners and local officials fight erosion by the Brazos, and Harvey just made it worse
SIMONTON — Sharon Galavitz knew the moment she drove up to the house that she had to have it. Here...
Sunday - 1st October, 2017
What does it take to break a wild mustang? Deanna Owens, 22, of Nacogdoches has 126 days to turn a 4...
Sunday - 24th September, 2017
FEARING DEPORTATION, IMMIGRANTS RETREAT
The black and white Chevrolet SUV rolled into the Home Depot parking lot in southeast Houston. Day l...
Sunday - 17th September, 2017
HARVEY’S HEARTBREAKING LOSSES
As the water around Houston began to rise, so did the dread. Those long-ago first warnings had been ...
Sunday - 10th September, 2017
Tens of thousands of families are beginning an uneven recovery in hotels, rentals, family members’...
Sunday - 3rd September, 2017
IN more the than middle 5,000of the miles night fromon Aug. Texas. 13, a mass of swirling air blew o...
Sunday - 27th August, 2017
STATE OF DESTRUCTION
ROCKPORT — Tropicalforce gusts whipped the frizzy hair of 19-year-old Nathan Kaufman as he made a ...
Sunday - 20th August, 2017
The Salvadoran woman crossed the U.S. border and sought refuge in Texas a year ago, fleeing from her...
Sunday - 13th August, 2017
PORT O’ CONNOR — As the sun climbed toward its apex on a late morning in June, Capt. John Irvine...
Sunday - 6th August, 2017
Ex-governor championed public education reform
By Mike Ward, Matt Dempsey and Monica Rhor As the 43rd governor of Texas, Mark White ushere...
Sunday - 30th July, 2017
At long last ...
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Cheers of “Baggy, Baggy, Baggy” and “We Love You, Jeff” emanated from ...
Sunday - 23rd July, 2017
A TOXIC MIX
MIDLAND — Eddy Lozoya never failed a drug test in the three years he hauled water and sand across ...
Sunday - 16th July, 2017
OVER A BARREL
MIDLAND — Small oil companies are beginning to feel the impact of the recent slide in oil prices, ...
Sunday - 9th July, 2017
HISTORIC FIRST HALF
In 1998, when Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell were in the primes of Hall of Fame careers, the Astros a...
Sunday - 2nd July, 2017
‘WHY ... TARGET THE KIDS?’
ROSHAUNDA Jones was standing in line at the bank a few weeks ago, trying to ignore what she was hear...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
A stumbling, slow recovery
It was still before 11:30, but a steady stream of office workers in starched shirts lined up at Peli...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
FROM PROSPERITY TO POVERTY
A couple of blocks south of Larry Sawh’s resale shop in Sunnyside sit rows of barren, boarded stor...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
Beyond the bubble
The doctor’s call came in late February, a week after Blanca Romero and her husband brought their ...
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
Man on a mission
The radio crackled with reports of a New Year’s holiday shooting in south Houston. Art Acevedo rus...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
MEXICANS ONCE FLOCKED TO THE WOODLANDS.
A year ago, Perla Soto wrote a guidebook to help Mexicans coming to The Woodlands understand how thi...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Jeff Van Gundy navigates the campus of Pro-Vision Academy like it was the Toyota Center. He scoots p...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
Houston has collected $130 million in local taxes over the last decade to help provide affordable ho...
Sunday - 7th May, 2017
Cherika Argus arrived at Briscoe’s Place last October on the edge, her rental and credit history i...
Sunday - 30th April, 2017
The child is given cheap toys. Small plastic men, pennies and marbles to play with on worn carpet an...
Sunday - 23rd April, 2017
DOES CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN MORE BIG STORMS?
As a string of thunderstorms rolled through Harris County last week, local flood control officials w...
Sunday - 16th April, 2017
NO MONEY, NO WALL
— The next casualty of the perennial budget wars in Congress could be the first installment on Pre...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
Family’s grief, guilt turn to anger
The package came in January: An anonymous letter and a stack of government records, stuffed in a yel...
Sunday - 2nd April, 2017
Jenny met her rapist at a bus stop near the Fiesta in Midtown. She was living on the streets in May ...
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
FAILURE AND HEARTACHE Families shattered by last summer’s balloon crash struggle with grief and anger over FAA’s missed opportunities
Sue Rowan cherishes that last conversation with her son. During a long drive on a Friday ni...
Sunday - 19th March, 2017
Richie Champion grits his teeth and sucks in one last puff of air before kicking his legs out in fro...
Sunday - 12th March, 2017
‘I have nothing here’
LA UNION, El Salvador — Jose Escobar passes the time on a plastic chair at the house of an aunt he...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
A Coast Guard cutter glides along the waters of the Sabine-Neches waterway, conducting sweeps for un...
Sunday - 26th February, 2017
Anxiety in America
LEGAL RIGHTS: New guidelines have migrants scrambling for answers They crowded by the hundr...
Sunday - 19th February, 2017
ATF agents open up about taboo 1993 raid
Bullet holes mark the vest’s dark blue fabric, still caked with red earth and sand. Blood has eate...
Sunday - 12th February, 2017
CRUZING IN THE TRUMP ERA
WASHINGTON — Ted Cruz was feeling good. Surrounded by Senate staffers at one of his favorite downt...
Sunday - 5th February, 2017
THREEyears ago, the Hollier twins were trying to navigate 13 blocks on a cold and chaotic Broadway i...
Sunday - 29th January, 2017
FROM ‘HELLHOLE’ TO COSMOPOLIS
With the city’s third Super Bowl a week away, Houston appears ready for its closeup The n...
Sunday - 22nd January, 2017
Landing Super Bowl takes super effort
By any reckoning, Houston ponied up bigtime to land Super Bowl LI. How big is anyone’s guess.&...
Sunday - 15th January, 2017
OUT IN THE COLD
The Texans entered Saturday night’s divisional playoff at New England as 16-point underdogs, and t...
Sunday - 8th January, 2017
MOVING ON UP
Quarterback Brock Osweiler (17), who had been benched two weeks ago, had reason to celebrate Saturda...
Sunday - 1st January, 2017
BIG RISK, BIGGER REWARD
SAN ANTONIO — The dirty dishes were waiting for Steve Keenan on a cool weekend morning in March. H...
Sunday - 18th December, 2016
Texas attorney general loves a good fight — and to win
AUSTIN — Ken Paxton’s iPhone buzzed in his pocket as he strolled across the University of Arkans...
Sunday - 11th December, 2016
WHILE ARKANSAS SEES ITS UNINSURED RATE PLUNGE, LONE STAR STATE STILL TOPS NATION
TEXARKANA — An invisible boundary runs down the center lane of State Line Avenue. A flick of a tur...
Sunday - 4th December, 2016
Family looks for answers after son’s suicide
The message on the answering machine filled them with dread. It was about 10 p.m., a few days before...
Sunday - 27th November, 2016
DEATH OF A DICTATOR
MEXICO CITY — Fidel Castro, the fiery apostle of revolution who brought the Cold War to the Wester...
Sunday - 20th November, 2016
FEAR ON THE BORDER
PUEBLO DE PALMAS — Rosi Maria Sanchez is afraid of venturing outside her trailer in this sprawling...
Sunday - 13th November, 2016
THE RUSH IS ON IN PERMIAN BASIN
MIDLAND — Last spring, Pastor Jeff Franklin was fretting. He’d committed his congregation to thr...
Sunday - 6th November, 2016
Bitter campaign heads to the finish; Texas track record favors Trump
WASHINGTON — A swirling season of discontent in the presidential election could end Tuesday night ...
Sunday - 30th October, 2016
BIG GAME, BIG IMPACT?
WHEN: FEB. 5, 2017 • WHERE: NRG STADIUM • WHO: AFC CHAMPION VS. NFC CHAMPION With the S...
Sunday - 23rd October, 2016
HOW SCHOOLS WEED OUT DISABLED KIDS, IGNORING URGENT NEEDS
LAREDO — A few days before school began here in 2007, district administrators called an emergency ...
Sunday - 16th October, 2016
On a Sunday morning in late May, Denise Slaughter and Diane Zvara left to meet friends for brunch an...
Sunday - 9th October, 2016
TRUMP IN CRISIS
The Republican Party plunged into an epic and historic political crisis Saturday with just a month t...
Sunday - 2nd October, 2016
‘I am still living like someone who doesn’t have insurance’
On a Friday evening, the end of an exhausting week of juggling work and a sick child, Lezlie Walla p...
Sunday - 25th September, 2016
Books G4 Business B1 Crossword G15 Directory A2 Editorials. A35 HoroscopeG13 Lottery C13 Obituaries ...
Sunday - 18th September, 2016
Books G4 Business B1 Crossword G15 Directory A2 Editorials. A34 HoroscopeG14 Lottery C13 Obituaries ...
Sunday - 11th September, 2016
During the first week of school at Shadow Forest Elementary, a frail kindergartner named Roanin Walk...
Sunday - 4th September, 2016
Wages finally are growing — but not for everybody
Michael Smith has a rare perspective on the state of wages in the American labor market. Th...
Sunday - 28th August, 2016
Deadly accidents, no answers
Smith was trapped for more than six minutes. His eyelids and ears melted off He crawled out...
Sunday - 21st August, 2016
Municipal utility districts have sweeping power to sell bonds, levy taxes
MUD187 came to be whenaHouston developer arranged for two people to move their trailer onto a 519-ac...
Sunday - 14th August, 2016
Breach of faith
SHE was wide awake when her iPhone alarm rang. She had been awake all night — again. “I...
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