An ACLU report released Monday claims that Bureau of Prisons policies discriminate against non-citizen inmates and that prisoners are "subjected to shocking abuse and mistreatment.” Read More
The State Fire Marhsal's Office reports that the deaths of 10 volunteer firefighters who perished in the West fertilizer plant disaster in April 2013 were preventable. Read More
After seven years of waiting, Corpus Christi pollution victims finally learned what restitution they’ll be receiving from Citgo Petroleum Corp.: nothing. Read More
Immigrants in a for-profit detention center in Conroe are refusing to eat in protest of conditions at the facility and the record number of deportations. Read More
Texas Republicans in the House cast pro-environment votes a little more than 4 percent of the time this session, according to the League of Conservation Voters. Read More
Seven years after Citgo was convicted of environmental crimes in Corpus Christi, a federal judge has finally sentenced the company—at least partially. Read More
East Texas landowners vow to watch pipeline 'like a hawk.'
Despite Texas landowners' attempts to stop it, the southern segment of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline starts delivering oil to Texas refiners today. Read More