Hold your nose and open your wallet: Why the business of garbage is good for Houston.
A massive buildup for Texas Tech University’s Vietnam archive.
The Barton Springs salamander goes to court.
Why the citizens of Alvin are down in the dumps over garbage.
By pooh-poohing sentimentality and focusing on profits, Houston funeral home mogul Robert Waltrip is making a killing.
The Federal Express of the cattle business.
The B-1 bomber costs too much and does too little—so who wants to keep it alive? The people of Abilene, whose economy could take a direct hit if the Pentagon pulls the trigger.
Brown and Root goes to Bosnia for the Pentagon—and cleans up.
Pollution from Mexico is already plaguing West Texas—and it's only going to get worse.
A Hill Country ecobusiness discovers that green is also the color of money.
Candelaria’s only well supplied free water to all until the EPA weighed in.
Texans used to litter like crazy; now the state’s get-tough-on-trash policy is cleaning up their act.
Pipeline leaks, unplugged wells, toxic drilling materials, and a virtually unregulated oil industry are leaving a legacy of polluted groundwater.
After rescuing hundreds of birds from horrible deaths, a Midland woman has finally gained an ally in her war on open oil pits.