A mountain of garbage in northeast Houston is looking to get bigger. Neighbors cry foul.
Even a state law can't kill the effort to pump wastes underground in Wharton
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.
Crown Central Petroleum spews, sputters and flares up. Neighbors of the plant view it uneasily, never quite sure when it's going to blow.
The state's own regulators want to ignore its records on polluters
Start your engines: The latest pollution pennant race is on
Diverting streams into the Brazos and Posh Amenity lakes has been great for fancy Fort Bend developments. But it's killing Oyster Creek, the lifeblood for legendary Texas cattle ranchers.
Buster's Batch, Arrogance, Police the Doctors
She just wanted her comfortable suburban life. But when a concrete company intruded on her paradise, the homemaker turned warrior.
A Port suit accuses several companies of contaminating its land for decades
Opponents dog plans for a Pearland-area pet crematory
Adoption Option, Hot Spell, No Opinion
Like little Energizer bunnies, electric-car proponents keep going and going and going
As part of the Bush legacy, a special law can hide polluting industries
What's the fuss, TNRCC? We've got air to die for.
Brazoria's D.A. raises privacy issues over DPS emissions tests
Houston seems destined to remain the country's biggest stink hole
Legislation would cut citizens out of the process
Bart Sipriano's well dried up four days after Ozarka started pumpin massive amount of water nearby. Under the state's archaic "rule of capture," the East Texan has no right to complain.
Encroaching development and bureaucratic inertia are jeopardizing Sheldon Reservoir, one of east Harris County's last natural outposts
Something's going on beneath the surface of a deal to redevelop a west Houston shopping center
Sell your jalopy, help an industry breathe easier
What Houstonians can -- and probably won't -- do to clean up the air they drive through