In a letter sent to three state agencies on Wednesday, El Paso State Senator José Rodríguez demanded an explanation for the “apparent lack of response” to...Read More
The Clinton versus Sanders fight largely lay dormant at the 2016 Texas Democratic Convention — until it really, really didn't.
Though Texas Democratic Party officials had worked hard to paper over the divisions between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton supporters throughout the weekend...Read More
Searchable tool places 2.3 million Texans within a half mile of potentially hazardous oil and gas operations.
A new searchable app lets Texans find out how close their homes, schools and hospitals are to some of the state's worst polluters: the oil and gas industry....Read More
Ranchers were awarded 30 times the amount the company vying to build the pipeline had offered as compensation for rights-of-way around the buried pipe....Read More
The Austin Environmental Justice group is working to bring diversity to an environmental movement sometimes suffering from "savior syndrome."...Read More
The recent flooding in and around Houston is linked to climate change, which scientists say is leading to heavy rains and also more extreme droughts....Read More