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Stay Safe When You Rideshare With These Tips

Over the past few years, ridesharing services have become ubiquitous. Apps such as Uber and Lyft offer an easy way to zip around town, enjoy a night out, or head to appointments or airports without worrying about driving or parking. And yet, it is easy to forget some safety concerns when a ready ride is

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City Spotlight: Fort Davis

The highest town in Texas.

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Homeschool Lunch Ideas for Kids Stuck at Home

If school-lunch prep at home has become a stress, it might be time to get the kids involved.

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Our First Responders: Samuel Askins

Samuel Askins served in Iraq as an airborne infantryman and staff sergeant and spent 17 years as a paratrooper, stationed all across the U.S. Today, he’s back in Texas, helping other combat vets recover from post-traumatic stress disorder. As director of Texas outreach for PTSD Foundation of America, Askins runs interventions throughout Texas, responding to vets

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Our First Responders: Delaney Sweeney

Delaney Sweeney works with just one other veterinarian at Wilkinson Veterinary Clinic in Alice. When the pandemic arrived, all other veterinary clinics in the area shut to all but emergencies, leaving Sweeney and her fellow vet to see what felt like all the animals in the county. For two to three months, their daily pet intake

Texas Living

A Texan’s Year-Round Allergy Season Calendar

Texas’ allergy season stretches from January to December. Here’s how to survive the sniffles.

Texas Living

The 5 Best Mountain Biking Trails in Texas

There’s a trail for every mountain biker in Texas, no matter where you live.

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Texas Living

Our First Responders: Kirk Burnett

Kirk Burnett arrives at the fire station at 6 a.m. As a driver engineer, he has to check his fire engine’s equipment; wash the apparatus to make sure it’s clean enough to be proud of — a symbol of trust and safety for the public; clean the station. He eats breakfast with his fellow firefighters,

Texas Travel

The Forgotten History of Human-Made Lakes in Texas

Texas’ many lakes were created to help solve two of the state’s most pressing problems: water and flooding.

Texas Living

How to Make a Hummingbird Garden

The bird-lover’s guide to attracting colorful hummingbirds right to their yard, windowsill, or patio.

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Our First Responders: Brent Tymrak

Brent Tymrak spent the spring making nighttime runs while rushing to plant his crop of grain, corn, and cotton. This was nothing unusual — it’s what his farm does every year. What was odd this year was the lack of traffic on the roads. “It was real eerie coming home during curfews, driving 15 miles and