December 25, 2018

The Greatest Things That Happened in Texas in 2018

While this year held its share of disappointments and devastating news, 2018 wasn't all bad for Texas. Here are some highlights of good news from the year.
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This was so overdue. Read more.
This was so overdue. Read more.
It's the least they deserve after being wrongfully convicted and serving 15 years in prison. Read more.
It's the least they deserve after being wrongfully convicted and serving 15 years in prison. Read more.
In Texas, this is a necessity. Read more.
In Texas, this is a necessity. Read more.
SA City Council saved the day. Read more.
SA City Council saved the day. Read more.
We got out rainbow crosswalk! Read more.
We got out rainbow crosswalk! Read more.
Her run on American Idol was truly historic. Read more.
Her run on American Idol was truly historic. Read more.
Make it rain, San Antonio. Read more.
Make it rain, San Antonio. Read more.
He hopes the showers could help the city's homeless population get a better life. Read more.
He hopes the showers could help the city's homeless population get a better life. Read more.
Now that's something to be proud of. Read more.
Now that's something to be proud of. Read more.
Though she didn't unseat Greg Abbott, Valdez later became the first openly-gay, first Latina to secure the ticket for a major party in Texas. Read more.
Though she didn't unseat Greg Abbott, Valdez later became the first openly-gay, first Latina to secure the ticket for a major party in Texas. Read more.