Unusual Snake-like Creature Found on Texas Beaches

Next time you visit Galveston be on the lookout for these snake-like creatures on the beach. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department...

Vinegaroons, The Spider-Scorpion Mix That Roams Texas

A cross between a spider and a scorpion, Vinegaroons, has emerged in Texas as a result of the recent summer rain.

A Large Number of Texas Beaches Were Found to be Unsafe Due to Fecal...

A recent analysis made by the Environment Texas Research and Policy Center found that of the 61 beaches in Texas, 55 had...

Abbott Directs PUC to Improve Electric Reliability through Fossil Fuels

Last Tuesday, Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter to the Public Utility Commission urging them to take action towards the improvement of...

The Birds in Southlake Give a New Meaning to “Angry Birds”

After multiple run-ins with a pair of angry birds, a neighborhood in Southlake is on high alert. The birds,...

“Zombie Deer Disease” Affecting Texas Deer Population

An emergency order has been issued after a number of deer have been tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. 

Why Does Abbott Really Oppose West Texas Nuclear Waste Site?

When it comes to disposable waste, the far reaches of West Texas have been viewed as out-of-sight, out-of-mind wastelands by Austin —...

TCEQ Expands Air Monitoring Following Hurricanes With $1M in New Tools

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has new tools for detecting airborne pollution following hurricanes and other disasters. Two...

Orphaned Texas Black Bear Cub Headed for History Books

A black bear cub named Flor is the first Texas bear to go through rehabilitation. The 10-month old cub was orphaned last...

Rare and Endangered Whooping Cranes Return to the Texas Coast

The tallest bird in America, the rare and endangered whooping crane, is returning to the Texas coast, as they do every year...

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