Sludge, spread across the land, makes some people vomit and others very rich
Stop wheezing and cheer up. A front group finds a bright spin on our brown air.
Dear tenants: If you must stay, better hold your breath!
Rayburn's bass diminish as debates continue over pollution discharges
Bass kills and lesions on fish worry Sam Rayburn anglers. So does the state's plan to lower the lake's pollution standards.
Spring Branch worries that a secret grease treatment won't pass the smell test
Oysterman Joe Nelson says pollution is slowly killing Galveston Bay. But is anyone listening?
Has the fight over port expansion turned a bay watchdog group into a rubber duck?
Milby's cleanup cost Houston $10 million. Now HCC says the site is still contaminated.
Downsizing may not be treating city water workers -- or what we drink-- safely
Will the state be able to continue to review environmentally sensitive projects, or will it cede power to the feds?
Government and civic boosters know the way to clean up the air in polluted southeast communities: add another chemical plant
A Heights mother tries to get the lead out
There's a hole carved out of the earth 32 feet deep, 210 feet wide, and 400 feet long near the Texas-Mexico border.
Local residents unite to fight the mountain of landfill trash headed their way
Texas A&M's attempt to push an animal research center on a black neighborhood has raised a sour smell in College Station
It's called "Motorist's Choice." But the new emissions testing program for Houston may not offer much of a choice after all. And it won't do much for cleaning the city's air, either.
It began in the Panhandle with the promise of great riches, only to crash and burn in a Houston courtroom. The wreckage is still smoldering, and the truth is nowhere to be found.
To a world worried about waste, Houston may offer an answer -- or at least a place for the garbage to go