Texas Steps Up Anti-Zebra Mussels Effort Going Into SummerThe Texas Parks & Wildlife Department on Friday launched a boater awareness campaign called "Clean, Drain and Dry." The effort is part of an outdoors festival this weekend at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.
Cockfighting Operation Busted In Johnson County; 9 People ArrestedNine people were arrested in Johnson County and charged with cock fighting, being spectators at a cock fight and for possession of cock fighting paraphernalia.
Pesky Plants Found In Another East Texas WaterwayThe Texas Parks & Wildlife Department said that an invasive plant that can clog boat motors and block sunlight from reaching lakes has turned up in another East Texas waterway.
Central Texas Park Reopens After WildfireA state park has reopened following a wildfire that burned seven square miles before being contained.
Central Texas Wildfire Destroys At Least 9 HomesAt least nine homes have been destroyed by a Central Texas wildfire that has grown to more than 3 square miles.
Plan To Save Monarch Butterfly PopulationLaura Bush joined state and federal officials in announcing a plan to help the monarch butterfly population.
Not Rabbit, Not Duck, But Texas Dove Season OpensDon't be surprised if you hear the sound of shotgun fire for the next couple of months. It's that time of year again -- dove season!
4 Texas Parks Still Closed After Memorial Day Weekend FloodsHundreds of volunteers have helped restore more than 50 Texas state parks damaged or closed following deadly Memorial Day weekend flooding. But several North Texas parks remain closed.
No Charges Over Death Of Alligator That Killed Texas SwimmerTexas wildlife officials will not pursue charges against a man who fatally shot an 11-foot alligator days after the reptile killed a swimmer.
Texas Kicks Off Campaign To Halt Spread Of Zebra MusselsTexas has kicked off a public awareness campaign to help stop the spread of invasive zebra mussels as boaters prepare for the summer.
Texas Fishing ReportHere is the weekly fishing report for selected Texas lakes as compiled for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
Experts: More Alligators Making Their Way Out Of Rain-Swollen Texas RiversMore alligators are crawling out of rain-swollen rivers and making their way onto the personal property of Texans.