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The Great Backyard Bird Count Is UnderwayPeople in Texas and all over the world are taking part in the first day of the Great Backyard Bird Count.
Obama Vows To Press Ahead On Clean Power Plan After SetbackThe administration of President Barack Obama is vowing to press ahead with efforts to curtail greenhouse gas emissions after a divided Supreme Court put his signature plan to address climate change on hold,
U.S. Led The World With Shark Attacks In 2015Experts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including two here in Texas.
Climate Change Creates Health Problems For PetsClimate change doesn't just affect habitats for wildlife. It's also affecting cats and dogs. Fleas and ticks are getting smaller, but there are more of them, they eat more often, and they're causing problems in what used to be the colder months.
All Eyes On Texas After Latest Reported Case Of Zika VirusNorth Texas and the world are paying attention after a person in Dallas County became infected with the Zika virus through sexual contact. It is the first case of sexually transmitted Zika virus in the United States.
Dallas Landmark Commission Approves Preservation Of SpringThe Dallas Landmark Commission has taken the unusual step of approving historic status for a natural spring just south of downtown.
Fort Hood Kicks Off $100M Wind, Solar Energy ProjectA sprawling Central Texas military installation will rely on the changing weather to support the Army's largest renewable energy project.
Injured Bald Eagle Found On Ground In Texas EuthanizedAn injured bald eagle found on the ground near an elevated electrical transmission line in Southeast Texas suffered burns and had to be euthanized.
Final Report From Chemical Safety Board On West Fertilizer ExplosionIt’s been nearly three years, but the U.S. Chemical Safety Board has released its final report on West Fertilizer Company plant explosion.
New Study Underway To Examine Texas Earthquake IncreaseA program to study the recent increase in earthquakes in Texas is getting underway. The TexNet Seismic Monitoring Program is being overseen by the University of Texas and bankrolled with $4.5 million.
Exxon Mobil Says Oil & Gas Will Still Dominate In 2040The way oil giant Exxon Mobil sees it, the global energy landscape won't be radically different in 2040 than it is today. Oil and gas will remain king, the company forecasted on Monday.
Researchers Using Your Genetic Makeup To Protect You Against AllergiesWe may be only a month or so into the start of winter, but in addition to the cold it's also the beginning of allergy season. To help sufferers, researchers are looking into ways to help your genetic makeup protect you against allergies.

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