Amarillo Globe-News is a newspaper from Amarillo, Texas. It is own by the Morris Communications Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amarillo Globe-News"
The Austin American-Stateman is the major daily newspaper for Austin, the capital city of Texas. It is an award-winning publication edited by Rich Oppel, who led his previous newspaper to multiple Pulitzers. The American-Statesman places focus on issues affecting Austin and the central Texas region. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austin American-Statesman"
The Austin Chronicle is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Austin, Texas, United States. Physically, it is a tabloid newspaper. Copies of the paper are free and are mainly distributed through free news-stands, often at local eateries or coffee houses frequented by its targeted demographic. The newspaper's website claims a readership of 243,500. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austin Chronicle"
The Beaumont Enterprise is the newspaper for Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas, United States. The Beaumont Enterprise is a daily that serves all of East and Southeast Texas. The Enterprise is owned by the Hearst Corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beaumont Enterprise"
The Dallas Observer is a free alternative weekly newspaper distributed around the Dallas, Texas area. It is known for its investigative stories of the local government. It also covers local sports stories, restaurants, events, and concerts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dallas Observer"
The Denton Record-Chronicle is the official newspaper for the city of Denton, Texas and Denton County since 1899. ...more on Wikipedia about "Denton Record-Chronicle"
The El Paso Times is the newspaper for the city of El Paso, Texas. The paper was founded in 1881 by Marcellus Washington Carrico. It originally started out as a weekly but within a year's time, it became the daily newspaper for the frontier town. ...more on Wikipedia about "El Paso Times"
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The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is the major daily newspaper serving Fort Worth and the western half of the North Texas area known as the Metroplex. Its area of domination is checked by its main rival, The Dallas Morning News, which is published from the eastern half of the Metroplex. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is now owned by the Knight Ridder newspaper group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Worth Star-Telegram"
The Free Press Houston is a twice-monthly newspaper that focuses on the arts, entertainment, news, music, and events that affect the 5 million inhabitants of Houston, Texas, United States and the surrounding areas. The Free Press Houston refers to itself in the third person. The Free Press is locally owned by people from Houston who hate people from Dallas and Austin. The Free Press provides Houston with the most comprehensive event listings, the most provocative stories, and edgiest commentary available. From Galveston to Katy, and The Heights to Clear Lake it is available at over 900 different locations around the Greater Houston area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Free Press Houston"
The Houston Chronicle is a daily newspaper in Houston, Texas, United States. It is one of the 10 largest newspapers in the United States, with a daily circulation of more than 549,300. With the demise of its long-time rival the Houston Post, its nearest major competitors are located in Dallas-Fort Worth. It is the largest daily paper owned and operated by the Hearst Corporation, a multinational corporate media conglomerate with $4 billion in revenues. The paper employs nearly 2,000 people, including approximately 300 journalists, editors, and photographers. The Chronicle has bureaus in Washington, D.C., Mexico, Colombia, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Beaumont and the Rio Grande Valley. Its web site averages 25 million hits per month. The paper is currently the subject of multiple boycott efforts including by a Houston radio station and the Houston Republican Party over allegations of a liberal political bias. ...more on Wikipedia about "Houston Chronicle"
The Houston Post was a newspaper in Houston, Texas established on February 19, 1880, by Gail Borden Johnson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Houston Post"
The Houston Press is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Houston, Texas. The paper is supported entirely by advertising revenue and is free to readers. The newspaper's website claims a weekly readership of more than 300,000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Houston Press"
The Jasper Newsboy is the newspaper of Jasper, Jasper County, Texas, United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jasper Newsboy"
The Lone Star Iconoclast is a weekly newspaper in Crawford, Texas, the hometown of George W. Bush. It endorsed Bush for president in 2000 but supported John Kerry in 2004, accusing Bush in a September 29 editorial ("Kerry Will Restore American Dignity") of having led the US into a quagmire in Iraq. This reportedly led to a drop in the paper's circulation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lone Star Iconoclast"
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The Marshall News Messenger (originally the Marshall Morning News) is a daily newspaper based in Marshall, Texas, with a circulation of around 8,000 in the Marshall area. Phil Latham is the editor of the paper. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marshall News Messenger"
There have been three newspapers of Marshall, Texas: the Texas Republican ( 1849- 1872), and the Tri-Weekly Herald ( 1874), and currently the Marshall News Messenger (originally the Marshall Morning News), . ...more on Wikipedia about "Newspapers of Marshall, Texas"
The North Texas Daily is the student newspaper of the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, published Tuesday-Friday during the fall and spring semesters and weekly during the summer. ...more on Wikipedia about "North Texas Daily"
The San Antonio Express-News is the daily circulatory newspaper of San Antonio, Texas. It is ranked as the third largest daily newspaper in the state of Texas in terms of circulation numbers, and is one of the leading news sources of South Texas, with offices in Austin, Brownsville, Laredo, and Mexico City. The Express-News is owned by the Hearst Corporation, which also owns the Houston Chronicle, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. ...more on Wikipedia about "San Antonio Express-News"
The TCU Daily Skiff is the student-run newspaper for Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. The Skiff was founded in 1902 and runs Tuesday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters. It is typically about eight pages with longer editions for weekend game-guide editions and special events. ...more on Wikipedia about "TCU Daily Skiff"
The Texas Travesty is the largest student-produced humor publication in the United States. All production and creative work takes place at The University of Texas at Austin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Texas Travesty"
The Battalion is the student newspaper of Texas A&M University. Started in 1893 as a monthly publication, it continues to this day, now as a daily paper. The first paper at Texas A&M University was the Texas Collegian published in 1878. It was later named the College Journal from 1889 to 1893 and then The Battalion. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Battalion"
The Baytown Sun is the only daily newspapers of Baytown, Texas. It is published seven days a week. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Baytown Sun"
The Daily Cougar is a daily newspaper run entirely by students at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas USA. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Daily Cougar"
The Daily Texan is the student newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin. It is entirely student-run and independent from the university. It is the largest college newspaper in the United States with a daily circulation of roughly 30,000 during the fall and spring semesters, and bills itself as the oldest student newspaper in the South. The Texan has won more national, regional and state awards than any other college newspaper in America, and counts 10 Pulitzer Prize winners among its former staff. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Daily Texan"
The Daily Toreador is the student newspaper for Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The newspaper was started in 1925 after the founding of Texas Tech College in 1923. It was originally called The Toreador to reflect the Spanish Renaissance architectural influence of its campus buildings. This name was changed in 1965 to The University Daily and then was again changed to its current name The Daily Toreador in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Daily Toreador"
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