Settle in this holiday season with a few staff-selected favorites from the last year. We'll be counting down with one story a day from now till the end of 2015....Read More
In April, the Federal Highway Administration launched an investigation into whether TxDOT was violating residents’ civil rights by reinforcing a geographic ba...Read More
In 2015, we didn't have to fear acts of God — our disasters, fueled by climate change, were man-made.
Climatologists and other experts note that these cycles of heavy rain and intense drought are linked to climate change, which at this point is undoubtedly human...Read More
Texas conservatives may finally have to admit that a bevy of lawsuits can't stop the Clean Power Plan before it goes into effect in 2018.
While conferees still spent time trying to debunk established science and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton opened the conference touting his lawsuit against th...Read More
Smith’s goal? To ferret out out how — not whether — politically motivated government scientists are using what Smith believes are “skewed” numbers. Sc...Read More
Climate change has come to Bastrop, whether or not Texas politicians are willing to admit it.
Experts say wildfires in Bastrop County are happening with greater frequency and intensity — a troubling trend for an area that’s grown more than 30 percent...Read More