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Debates on, then off, now on again

Debates on, then off, now on again

Republican Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis are set to debate each other in their r...

Robin Williams Hones his Craft

Robin Williams Hones his Craft

"Mork and Mindy" star Robin Williams developed his signature style of improvisational c...

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Big Men

Big Men

The dark underside of energy development.

The Daytripper: Amarillo

The Daytripper: Amarillo

Chet heads to the Texas panhandle to visit the historic stockyards, see a cattle auction.

Texas Wild

Texas Wild

Texas Wild gets you up-close and personal with creatures in the wilderness.

Arts

Trio Ellas

Trio Ellas

Meet the band Trio Ellas and learn about their instruments and influences.

Museum group taps into digital age

Museum group taps into digital age

A NYC group called Museum Hack is aiming to attract more young people to museums.

Music is Instrumental

Music is Instrumental

This series of short videos from Panhandle PBS will introduce students young and old to the instruments of the symphony orchestra.

Community

American Graduate

American Graduate

What are community organizations doing to help students graduate from high school?

Panhandle Stories

Panhandle Stories

Panhandle PBS is seeking Panhandle stories throughout the 2013 – 2014 year as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.

Season of Mystery

Season of Mystery

Join Panhandle PBS this fall for events around the theme "Season of Mystery."

News

Abbott Wants Credit for Massive Online Courses

Abbott Wants Credit for Massive Online Courses

Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will call for students to receive college credit for taking massive open online courses as part of the higher education plan.

Analysis: To Debate or Not to Debate?

Analysis: To Debate or Not to Debate?

A televised statewide debate between Republican Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis fell apart on Friday, and another one popped up in its place

A Pass on State Math Exams

A Pass on State Math Exams

Texas' education commissioner announced on Friday that the state would suspend a law that requires fifth- and eighth-graders to pass end-of-year math exams to advance to the next grade level.

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