Conservationists are frustrated as cities contend with thousands of costly leaks as dry soil contracts, causing underground pipes to rupture.
Flooding and bureaucracy drove Mary Kelleher to run for a spot on a powerful North Texas river agency board.
The longtime Gulf Coast activist just won the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.
Development is straining the river that Spanish explorers once called "the Arms of God."
The Army Corps has withdrawn its approval for an expansion of the Matagorda Ship Channel that could disturb a mercury-laden industrial waste site.
Amid droughts, climate change and development, Todd Votteler has ideas for how Texas can prevent future conflict over resources.
A century of enterprise brought the river to its brink. Now, authorities are “praying for a hurricane” as reservoirs dwindle and populations boom on both sides of the Mexico-Texas border.
Environmentalists have seized on water supply as a “chokehold” to block fossil fuels on the rugged South Texas coast.
The neighborhood has launched three lawsuits: over a sewage treatment plant, unsafe bridge construction, and now a desalination plant.
The Lone Star State now ranks number one in industrial discharges into waterways, according to a new report issued by Environment America.