Environmentalists and landowners battle to stop the Keystone XL pipeline and its load of crude from flowing across Texas rivers and aquifers.
A former wildcatter and corporate-takeover tycoon preaches alternative energy across America.
That stuff flowing from the faucet is safe, cheap and environmental
A book tour stirs up some dust over Jim Blackburn and an old environmental deal
County Judge Bob Eckels, the Doc Ock of transportation, is busy planning more roads
While communities across the country block LNG terminals, Quintana just shrugs
For 14 years David Rosenfield has been fighting with the service station next door. He just dug up his backyard in search of contamination. He found it.
Clear Creek is on the rise, and local flood-protection methods have been helpless against it. Soggy residents, tired of being perpetual victims, are ready for a fight.
Jetports and elite resorts may do what border bandits, blistering heat and harsh desert life couldn't: rob Big Bend of its rugged beauty.
Take one tax rebate, a Houston man advises, and apply liberally
With billboards of windmills promising gentle, nonpolluting energy, Green Mountain offers Texans a new power avenue. Will they take it? Should they?
She just wanted her comfortable suburban life. But when a concrete company intruded on her paradise, the homemaker turned warrior.
Immigrant shrimpers survived Vietnam and the wrath of Texas rednecks. Can they do the same with new fishing restrictions?
Bass kills and lesions on fish worry Sam Rayburn anglers. So does the state's plan to lower the lake's pollution standards.
Has the fight over port expansion turned a bay watchdog group into a rubber duck?
Government and civic boosters know the way to clean up the air in polluted southeast communities: add another chemical plant
Big money, big lobbyists, big tax breaks. The Mills Corporation is bringing one of its "megamalls" to Katy, and it's hardly business as usual in the little town on the prairie.
'The I-69 "NAFTA Highway" is supposed to create thousands of jobs. Thanks to your tax dollars, it's already provided a very good one for the underemployed brother of Tom DeLay.
In its quest for a Municipal golf course, Lake jackson learned a valuable lesson: Never buy land without checking it out first. Unfortunately, the lesson came six years too late.
Encroaching development and bureaucratic inertia are jeopardizing Sheldon Reservoir, one of east Harris County's last natural outposts
How many winters more will Arctic waterfowl make their 10,000-year-old journey to the western edge of Houston?