How so-called “nature-based solutions” can put nature to work – and at the same time provide a place where humans can recharge in a beautiful setting.
As the flood waters rose in typically dry Amarillo, folks raced to fill up sandbags to protect Tyler's Barbeque from destruction.
Texas Lege Watch: A GOP Bill Would Put Greg Abbott in Charge of Houston Flood Control. What Could Go Wrong?
Senator Paul Bettencourt’s proposal would hand the Harris County Flood Control District over to unelected bureaucrats appointed by the governor.
‘More City than Water: A Houston Flood Atlas’ brings together a team of writers, scholars, designers, and eyewitnesses from the front lines of climate change in a grand experiment.
One hundred years ago this month, a natural disaster devastated the city's poorest neighborhoods—and then transformed its politics.
The storm’s consequences have been serious, but people affected by it have found ways to be joyful nonetheless.
Like many in Houston, I've fallen into a predictable pattern as I’ve adapted to the increasingly extreme weather here.
Beaumont, Houston, and Jefferson County are being inundated by rain.
A bill introduced by State Representative Roland Gutierrez also directs state agencies to determine how new wall construction would affect water quality and environmental contamination.
How the Bayou City has become so vulnerable to flooding.
In Texas’s Flash Flood Alley, it takes only a few hours to cause lifelong devastation.
Tropical Storm Bill is on his way, and the already-saturated state of Texas is doing all it can to get ready.
With massive flooding throughout Texas, used car buyers should beware. Here are some ways to ensure that you don’t pick up a waterlogged lemon.
The highest flood ever recorded in the state of Texas wreaked havoc on the Blanco and tore through downtown Austin over Memorial Day weekend.
Why a Seguin writer is all fired up.
“The heavens brought the rain, but Man brought the ruin.”
In a land of contrasts, a few hours can mean the difference between drought and deluge.