Squeezed by new development on Galveston's west end, fishermen are trying to hang on to an honored Texas tradition: driving on the beach
The City of Houston requires developers in the floodplain to elevate and mitigate -- build houses on higher ground and dig detention ponds for runoff. Except, not always.
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.
The Balinese Room needs a gambler willing to bet the house - on its own future
A judge finds that the Chron's all wet about insurance coverage
At the Village of Surfside, it's not just the beaches that are eroding. It's the Open Beaches Act.
The city doesn't seem to care that a Houston developer's plans for high-density apartments and a supermarket rest atop abandoned oil fields and possible contamination
A fish tank three and a half stories tall! And even more amazing: Good food.