Chinese Wind Farm in Texas May Threaten National Security, Environment

The tense trade duel between the world’s two superpower economies is being felt everywhere. The United States was the latest to move...

New Report: Texas Beaches Polluted With Human Poop from Sewer Runoff

A report released by Environment Texas finds that water pollution at Texas beaches is putting people’s health at risk. In 2019, bacteria...

Hurricane Hanna Leaves a Mark on South Texas

Across South Texas, boats were destroyed, power lines came down and streets were flooded as Hanna blew through with 85-mile-per-hour winds. 

Cooling Stations, Air Conditioners Available to Help Texans in Need Beat Heat

Reliant, the Salvation Army and cities in Texas are working to provide heat relief for Texans this summer. Together, they have opened...

State Positions Resources As Tropical Depression Approaches Texas

The state has placed resources on standby across the state in anticipation of severe weather from an approaching disturbance in the Gulf...

Ways to Beat the Texas Heat

In normal times, we might have gone to air-conditioned theatres, crowded tourist attractions or other fun places to cool off, but because...

Texas Railroad Commission Mulls Reducing Oilfield Flaring

As Texas’ regulatory commission for the oil and gas industry conducted a rare meeting in April to consider reducing oil production due...

How the Pandemic is Actually Affecting Animals

Texans who are continuing to stay home during the pandemic might be enjoying more time outside — taking walks to escape the...

Saharan Dust Cloud Makes Its Way To Texas, Bringing Allergies

Whether you’re a morning runner or a sunset walk enthusiast escaping the house during quarantine, you’ll likely see a new phenomenon blowing...

Is Texas Ready for Hurricane Season Amid COVID-19?

Experts are monitoring the season’s first tropical storm, Cristobal, this week. In the midst of a public health crisis, the idea of...

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