Watch how a Texas professor used art to honor Uvalde’s lost kids
After the tragic Uvalde school shooting in 2022, Abel Ortiz, an art professor at Southwest Texas Junior College, asked artists from across the state to come together to use the power of art to heal. See the results of their efforts in this video.
Father shaves dreadlocks in solidarity with daughter who is fighting cancer
D’Andray Thomas shaved his head after growing out his dreadlocks for nine years to show support for his daughter Brielle, who goes by BriBri, who was diagnosed with stage 4 nasopharyngeal cancer this past February, according to News 9.
Carnival cruise ship passengers left terrified after ship sails through rough seas on return from Bahamas
Carnival Cruise Lines says that one of its ships that navigated rough seas off the South Carolina coast has resumed sailing on its next cruise. Terrified passengers on the Carnival Sunshine took to social media over the Memorial Day holiday weekend to post video of water pouring through a flooded hallway on a cabin level and pictures of on-board stores in shambles as large waves swelled on the sea.
Video shows woman being arrested after allegedly speeding 50 mph down beach, nearly hitting child
Helicopter cameras and police body camera video captured by the Volusia Sheriff’s Office shows a car in tire-deep water at a Florida beach shortly before the driver was taken into custody over the weekend.
Watch: While lawmakers consider legalizing fentanyl test strips, this volunteer isn’t waiting to distribute them to his West Texas community
Michael Prado, with the grassroots organization West Texas Harm Reduction, is on a mission to distribute fentanyl test strips, syringes and overdose-reversing drugs like naloxone to his community.
Gov. Greg Abbott says in inauguration speech Legislature will prioritize budget surplus, schools and power grid
Abbott is on track to becoming Texas’ second-longest-serving governor, behind Rick Perry, who served more than 14 years. Abbott enters his third term after a decisive reelection win in November.
Watch: Abortion isn’t on the ballot, but here’s how your vote could impact access in Texas
Texans are headed to the polls for the first time since the procedure was essentially banned across the state. Texas Tribune women’s health reporter Eleanor Klibanoff explains how each ballot cast influences the future of abortion policy.