Climate Change Raises New Risk: Are Inland Bridges Too Low?Climate change is often seen as posing the greatest risk to coastal areas. But the nation's inland cities face perils of their own, including more intense storms and more frequent flooding.
Protesters Cleared From Dakota Access Oil Pipeline CampDozens of people have been arrested as authorities in North Dakota cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year.
US Shutting Down Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Protest CampThe Army Corps of Engineers' plan to close a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp isn't likely to end on-the-ground opposition in North Dakota.
Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Expected To Get Go-AheadThe developer of the stalled, $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline could get clearance from the Army as early as Wednesday to finish the project.
Dallas Activists To Hold Rally In Solidarity With Standing RockHard on the heels of police clashing with protesters in Standing Rock, the fight to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline heads to downtown Dallas.
1st Phase Of Lewisville Lake Dam Repairs Nearly CompleteOne set of repairs at the Lewisville Lake Dam is nearing completion -- but more work is needed.
Texas Company Commits To Controversial Dakota Access PipelineThe head of a Texas company building the controversial $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline told employees Tuesday that it is committed to the project despite strong opposition.
Rain Could Put Damper On Memorial Day Lake PlansThe Memorial Day holiday means a trip to the lake for many North Texans. But heavy rain has wrought havoc with area lakes and even closed some recreation areas in the days leading up to the long weekend.
Months Later, Floods Still Plague Lake GrapevineNearly eight months after May's massive rains flooded our lakes and washed out nearby campgrounds and trails, many of those attractions remain closed at Lake Grapevine.
Two Carrollton Golf Courses Remain Closed Months After Major FloodingWhile the fairways and bunkers were under water, the greens were not. So crews used boats to go from green to green to make sure they were watered.
Texas Leads Multistate Suit Against EPA Over Water Rule Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers in Houston federal court over a rule that they say strips them of jurisdiction over water.
Businesses On Area Lakes Making Flooding AdjustmentsDealing with days of rain and flooding means making adjustments for people who do business along North Texas lakes.