It was the coldest of cases, but 56 years after the brutal murder of a popular South Texas teacher and former beauty queen, justice was finally served. Today, it’s a cold case edition of Come and Take It, the murder of Irene Garza.
This week we take a look back at one of our early episodes from the first year of the show. Present at the first and last battles of Texas, Creed Taylor was a soldier, ranger, father, and possibly even an outlaw. Join us this week as we discuss one of the most interesting lives in Texas history.
It’s the ‘Grand Canyon of Texas’, 120 miles cut through the Caprock Escarpment in the Texas Panhandle. It’s rich with geological curiosities, teeming with wildlife, and steeped in thousands of years of history. This week we talk about the Palo Duro Canyon!
This week we take a look back at one of our early episodes from the first year of the show. This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, TX. For an entire generation, where you were on November 22, 1963 is one of the defining points of their lives. Its continuing legacy is felt both psychologically and physically through the very geography of the city.
He was was a Texas boy who became a Navy test pilot and found everlasting fame as the fourth astronaut to walk on the moon.
Walker. Texas. Ranger. In 1993, a television event like no other premiered across America. Chuck Norris’ family-friendly Texas Ranger show kick-punched it’s way into our collective hearts. Today we watch Season 1 Episode 1 of Walker Texas Ranger: One Riot, One Ranger.
He was famed as a punishment taking brawler and as a tough guy character actor. This week we look at the legend of Randall ‘Tex’ Cobb.
This week we present another installment in our series with Professor James Early of San Jacinto College, in which we’re taking a closer look at some of the many stories of Texas in the Civil War. Today we’re talking Texas Overland Expedition, an effort by Union forces to invade Texas and restore the Lone Star State to the Union.
Proponents of technology, engineering, sciences, medicine, education, and the arts, for eight decades the McDermott family made a profound mark on the city of Dallas and the state of Texas. This week we honor the life and legacy of Eugene and Margaret McDermott.
This week we take a few moments to discuss listener feedback, follow up on some stories, and look at some interesting Texas history tidbits that don’t quite fill up a whole show. It’s time for another edition of Odds and Ends.