The Austin American-Statesman reports that Jerry Patterson is considering building a desalination plant on GLO land in central Texas.
Were cleaner beaches in 2011 an unexpected upside to the 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.
After the driest year on record, state policymakers and scientists convened at the Texas Water Summit to address the state's water supply problem.
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.
Spicewood Beach needs water trucked in every couple of hours, the recent rains haven't made an impact, and it's been "the poorest year" for the state's cotton farmers.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is seeking corporate sponsors.
KUT's Terrence Henry and Mose Buchele discuss the stories behind their research and reporting on the drought.
Lake levels are down, but things just might be looking up for fishermen. Two thirteen-pounders were snagged from a depleted reservoir, and officials say there's more where they came from.
Give that skunk in your yard wide berth, because it might be rabid.