Scholars and musicians from across the nation are gathering today to begin a weekend-long conference over music, faith and history at the 2014 Pruit Symposium.
The Humane Society of Central Texas is in the process of a $2 million renovation project that will help the organization attain its goal of becoming a “no kill” shelter.
A new motion-capture laboratory being set up at Baylor will soon help bio-mechanists treat walking disabilities and develop devices to monitor the body status of patients.
After a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, Texas abortion clinics previously closed under restrictions by a Texas law have reopened.
In honor of World Food Day, the McLennan County Hunger Coalition is asking people to buy lunch for a stranger today.
The dispute over Houston’s equal rights ordinance has extended to the pulpit.
Tucked between Moody Memorial Library and the Jessie H. Jones Library stands a library that houses congressional records and personal papers related to the political history of Texas.
The red double-decker bus outside of Burleson Quadrangle today won’t be giving out rides, but it will offer students an opportunity to help orphans.
Indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry will make his first court appearance on Halloween as his defense team tries to quash the two felony counts of abuse of power against him on both constitutional and technical grounds.
The eight remaining abortion clinics in Texas are reporting a spike in the number of phone calls and longer waits for appointments after a federal court allowed enforcement of the last of Texas’ new abortion regulations.