How men think and talk about their...equipment has been locked into gender norms. There virility and fertility unquestionably healthy as a result of popular conceptions, but new research is showing that fertility problems among men and women occur at equal rates. According to sociologist Liberty Barnes though, you wouldn't know it from how fertility specialists treat it.
Madison High School is back to business as usual following the arrest of a student who entered campus with multiple guns this morning.
Parents lined the front of Madison High School shortly after the school went into lockdown after a 17-year-old sophomore was discovered with weapons in his bag. North East ISD Spokeswoman Aubrey Chancellor said the student's parents discovered the student and several of their guns was missing from home.
Pre-K 4 SA began with a bang last fall for its inaugural year with Mayor Julián Castro himself greeting children and their parents at the door as they walked in to a new program and a new chapter in San Antonio's history.
Now that the school year is just about up, it's time to get an idea exactly how the program performed in its first year to see what worked well and what needs improving.
Should the State of Texas be able to track contributions from 501 (c) (4) political nonprofits? This week a select committee of House lawmakers will discuss the possibility of legislation that could track this political "dark money" ahead of the 2015 session.
Rodney Crowell is a Texas music legend. After 40 years in the country music business with a string of hits that he’s recorded, produced and penned, the 63-year-old Houston native is back with a new album titled “Tarpaper Sky.”
Fronteras: The number of U.S. Border Patrol agents has been growing rapidly — and not just along the southern border with Mexico. We speak to Todd Miller author of the new book, “Border Patrol Nation,” about the agency's expanding reach and the implications for privacy rights, civil liberties and more. On a lighter note, taking pictures in a field of Bluebonnets is a favorite springtime tradition in Texas. But we take you to one town that is especially serious about its bluebonnets.
Even though local elementary schools took extra measures to keep students safe against a reported threat, many students still stayed home Thursday.
A letter had specified that on or about April 24, a mass violence event would take place, and targeted a school in the Northside ISD.
Thursday Police Chief William McManus toured campuses to meet with school leaders. One purpose, he said, was to be visible and to assure parents, staff and others that measures were being taken on all fronts to keep people safe.