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.
Last summer’s average temperatures in Texas set a record for the hottest summer ever, but new data finds Oklahoma was more scorched.
Many Texas farmers are on the cusp of retirement, but young people don't seem eager to replace them.
After the driest year on record, state policymakers and scientists convened at the Texas Water Summit to address the state's water supply problem.
One year after the Rock House fire, more than 20,000 acres in Jeff Davis County are aflame.
At the same time Texas is fighting to get water from Oklahoma, state officials want to block Mexico from pumping water out of the Rio Grande.
Recent rains may have some fooled, but the costliest drought in the state's history still grips Texas.
The drought leaves nothing untouched. This week the drought impacts the state’s rice farmers, migratory bird populations, and hot tub owners.
The Lower Colorado River Authority approved a new water management plan Wednesday, giving it more tools to deal with extreme drought.