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Extended interview: Grammy-nominated Texas country hero Pat Green talks his new album
From the archives: Stolen painting worth $165M found behind bedroom door
As executor of his aunt and uncle's estate, Ron Roseman sold the paintings and artwork inside their home for $2,000. Then he got a call from the FBI.
This artist paints iconic Texas establishments into whimsical landscapes and we're all about it
What's even more fascinating than the paintings is their origin story: A hastily-planned study abroad trip and a 2001 Tom Cruise flick.
Country music legend Willie Nelson: 'We Texans are pretty adamant about where we come from'
We asked the country legend just about everything and he's never been shy. Lately he has been vocal about politics and about his support for Democrat Beto O'Rourke.
Virtual reality installation lets you walk in immigrants' footsteps for 6 minutes
An immigration virtual reality simulation developed by Academy Award-winning director Alejandro Inarritu lets visitors 'cross the border.' For children of immigrants, the experience hits close to home.
The sights and sounds of Mardi Gras 2018
Here are some of the sights and sounds as the city ramps up for Mardi Gras Day 2018.
Country legend Randy Travis searches for his voice again
After the massive stroke and bouts of pneumonia, Randy Travis would spend five and a half months in the hospital.
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Aggie senior surprised with a gift he'll treasure forever
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Artist uses human remains in his artwork
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