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A severe tornado touched down near Dallas Love Field Airport on Sunday, leaving damaged property, fallen trees, downed power lines, and gas leaks ... Read More

Look to the sky, Central Texas!Monarch butterflies are in the midst of their annual southerly journey through the Austin area toward warmer weather in... Read More

In the United States, a mere five percent of commercial pilots are women. However, Delta is hoping to change that by not only hiring more... Read More

When 21-year-old Satchel Smith showed up to work at the Homewood Suites in Beaumont, Texas last week, he didn’t prepare for the longest shift of his... Read More

Tropical Depression Imelda made landfall in Texas on Thursday, bringing heavy rains and dangerous conditions with it. As of Friday afternoon, the storm... Read More

School is back in session and pumpkin spice lattes are officially being sold, but that doesn’t mean you have to pack up your bags and head home until... Read More

Oh the places you’ll go — IRL!Kids of all ages will be able to dive into the pages of beloved Dr. Seuss books like The Cat in the Hat and The Lorax at a... Read More

Greetings, fellow tulip enthusiasts. We come blooming with good news: San Antonio will be getting an amazing new U-Pick tulip field courtesy of Texas... Read More

If you’ve never experienced tubing through the cooling waters of a calm, scenic river in the height of summer, this is the year to do it. These aren’t... Read More

“Wine vacations” have been popular for years, and for good reason. If there's one thing that Travel + Leisure editors agree on, it's that wining and... Read More

The Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio has sent two of their emergency services facility dogs to El Paso, Texas, to comfort the victims and... Read More

A flight attendant had to get five stitches after being bitten by an emotional support dog during an American Airlines flight, operated by its... Read More

When you’re in need of a true mind-body recharge, the best fix is to get off the grid and hit the reset button through a dedicated wellness-centered... Read More

One would be hard-pressed to find a better-traveled bunch of folks than the readers of Travel + Leisure. You’ve scaled Kilimanjaro and sailed to... Read More

Flying domestic should be fairly painless, right? Travel + Leisure readers agree, and they’ve come to a consensus that the best domestic airports are... Read More

Superlative city hotels channel the distinctive personalities of their urban environments while giving guests tranquil spaces for unwinding after a busy... Read More

Cup of Jo (and Chip), anyone?Five months after the announcement that Chip and Joanna Gaines were planning to open a new coffee shop in Waco, TX, the... Read More

Is there a more controversial item in the fast food world than Jack in the Box tacos? Everyone can agree they only resemble tacos in the most basic... Read More

Now’s your chance to see (and taste) what it was like for hungry astronauts during the Apollo 11 mission.Two restaurants at George Bush Intercontinental... Read More

It might be difficult (and expensive) to book a week-long last-minute 4th of July vacation, but it’s not too late to plan a quick trip to somewhere... Read More

In the future, it would appear that a lot more stuff will be delivered without the help of humans. We’ve seen self-driving trucks transporting beer.... Read More

In a normal spring, wildlife officials may assist a half-dozen turtles that get washed up on Texas’ Padre Island National Seashore each month — but this... Read More

Booking plane tickets is often a guessing game — book too early and you might miss a fare drop, book too late and you might be left with pricey tickets... Read More

Every 4th of July, you might feel like you always do the same thing. Head to the nearest big city, navigate through traffic and struggle to find a place... Read More

It’s fair to say that life on the lam agrees with flamingo No. 492. The famous African flamingo has been a fugitive for an impressive 14 years... Read More

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