After Vote, UK Economy Shrinking At Fastest Pace Since 2009A survey suggests that Britain's economy is shrinking at its steepest pace since early 2009 as a result of the vote to leave the European Union.
Texas Flood-Related Oil Spill Photos Return To Public ViewMembers of the public will again be able to go online and view photos taken by the Civil Air Patrol of flood-related oil spills in the state of Texas.
Police: No Injuries After Explosion Rocks Gas PlantA late-night explosion and fire broke out at a natural gas plant, but there were no injuries or fatalities reported, police said early Tuesday.
Fire Crews Making Inroads Against Deadly California WildfireFire crews are making inroads against a raging wildfire in central California that has claimed two lives and destroyed 200 homes.
State Doesn't Have $165 Million To Plug Abandoned WellsThe bust in the energy industry has left Texas with nearly 10,000 abandoned wells that need plugging and the Railroad Commission doesn't have the money to do it.
Solar Plane Begins Transatlantic Stretch Of Global JourneyA solar-powered airplane has begun its Transatlantic flight on the latest leg of its globe-circling voyage. The plane left New York City early Sunday morning and will land in Spain more than three days later.
Translucent Blind Catfish Found In Texas CaveA never before seen species of fish was recently discovered in Texas - and they're unique in color, size, and the fact that they're blind.
Volkswagen To Launch More Electric VehiclesGerman automaker Volkswagen plans to ramp up its offerings of electric vehicles as it fights to bounce back from a scandal over diesel cars rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
Toyota Gets Bullish On Plug-In Hybrids With New PriusA top engineer at Toyota said that the Japanese automaker plans to get as bullish as its rivals in pushing plug-in hybrids, which switch between a gas engine and an electric motor, with the introduction of its new Prius Prime.
Lake Worth Back Open To Boaters After FloodingLake Worth is opening back up to boaters on Tuesday after being closed earlier this month due to flooding. A couple of mostly dry days was enough to lower the lake back down to a safe level.
NASA Looks At Coral Reefs From 23,000 Feet AwayCoral reefs have almost always been studied up close, by scientists in the water looking at small portions of larger reefs to gather data and knowledge about the larger ecosystems. But NASA is taking a step back and getting a wider view.
Richardson Residents Considering New Approach To Bobcat ProblemHomeowners in Richardson's Canyon Creek neighborhood are still dealing with regular bobcat presence, and they're ready to sit down at try a new approach.

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