Acclaimed climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe on reasons for alarm—and hope.
In the tug-of-war over groundwater between two Central Texas counties, he who pumps the most, wins. At least until everyone loses.
A dispatch from Hurricane Harvey's landfall.
It’s a victory two decades in the making for one of Texas’ seminal arson cases.
After new evidence found Cacy to be innocent of murder, the state is now reviewing her case again.
More than twenty years after she was convicted, Cacy is totally cleared of her uncle’s murder.
Apparently no target is too trivial for the pertinacious presidential candidate.
Texas wildlife officials say they’re just trying to stop the spread of a deadly infection. Deer breeders see another agenda at work.
A few lessons from retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson.
The lives of military dogs.
No rain, more gain for Wichita Falls water haulers.
Archer City’s fresh-faced new mayor.
His high school pals call him "Mr Archer City." After an uncontested candidacy, he now helms the 1,800-person oil and cattle town at a time when it faces a water crisis and the worst drought in its history.
Sonia Cacy, who was convicted of murder based on questionable fire science, will return to court where a judge will determine if she should get a new trial.
Texas is changing what we know about arson science. And it all started with Sonia Cacy.
A hellish drought has forced Wichita Falls to embrace a radical method of conservation: drinking treated toilet water.