In drought-ravaged West Texas, cotton farmers find good omens in unlikely places.
In an era of drought, tight finances, and a shrinking water park market, how does Schlitterbahn keep getting bigger?
No rain, more gain for Wichita Falls water haulers.
For the first time in its history, the Austin City Limits Music Festival stretched over two weeks, a format that worked out well for some—and not so well for others.
When Lake Travis drops below 660 feet, visitor spending drops by up to $33.8 million, resulting in lost jobs and shuttered businesses. Carlos’n Charlie’s, a 500-plus-seat Mexican restaurant, is the latest casualty.
The city's massive inland desalination plant is drawing admirers from near and far.
Remember the 2012 Water Plan? Now it's being discussed in legislature. We'll bring you up to speed.
Were cleaner beaches in 2011 an unexpected upside to the drought?
Did a genetically modified grass kill a herd of Texas cattle, or were they just another casualty of the ongoing drought?
As much as anything, the economic boom in Texas depends on water. So what will industry do as the state gets drier? The Texas Tribune's Kate Galbraith explains.