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TUCSON, AZ - DECEMBER 20:  Retired basketball player and television sportscaster, Bill Walton applauds during the first half of the college basketball game between the New Mexico Lobos and the Arizona Wildcats at McKale Center on December 20, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Famed broadcaster Bill Walton changes into ‘Keep Austin Weird’ T-shirt on air while announcing Texas game

6:16 pm Feb. 25, 2017

It’s no secret that retired basketball player, famed broadcaster and unashamed Deadhead Bill Walton really, really loves tie-dye. So on Saturday at the Frank Erwin Center, it seemed only fitting that Texas head football coach Tom Herman presented Walton with a tie-dyed “Keep Austin Weird” T-shirt at the Longhorns’ game against Kansas.

Walton, who was, of course, already wearing a tie-dye shirt, decided to take the gift a step further and changed

The Texas Bracket: The Lone Star 16

12:33 pm Feb. 25, 2017

The first two rounds of the Texas Bracket are in the books and we are left with the Lone Star 16. Voting resumes Monday morning, so be sure to return and cast your vote for

The Texas Bracket: Vote for top Texans in round two

9:31 am Feb. 24, 2017

For the most part first round of the Texas Bracket pitted celebrities from Texas against Texan legends and little-known Texans against Lone Star giants. No. 1 seeds Willie Nelson and Audie Murphy crushed the competition, while

The Texas Bracket: Who is the most Texan of them all?

9:59 am Feb. 23, 2017

Who is the most Texan Texan? Is it an Alamo defender? A political giant? Legendary singer? Gruff actor? Dignified football coach? Maverick businessman? Enterprising businesswoman?

The Lone Star State turns 181 a week from today, and

Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of the HGTV series "Fixer Upper." (HGTV)

If Chip and Joanna Gaines could live anywhere, would it still be in Texas?

3:15 pm Feb. 22, 2017

Waco: The home of Baylor University, the Dr Pepper Museum, and Chip and Joanna Gaines. That’s how we all think of the north Central Texas town, right?

HGTV’s power couple could honestly live anywhere with the serious buck they rake in from the tremendously popular “Fixer Upper” show, but proudly laid their roots down in Waco. Yet in a recent media talk, the twosome revealed the idea of living in a