Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Says Convention Center Will Be Used As Medical FacilityThe Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas National Guard prepared the facility so it would be ready for use as a step-down facility for Covid-19 patients who no longer need to be in the ICU.
Soil Now At Center Of Year-Long Investigation Into Dallas Home ExplosionThe year-long search for answers to explain a gas explosion that killed a 12-year-old girl is taking on a new method in Dallas.
Federal Officials Digging Deeper Into Deadly Natural Gas Explosion In DallasA bureaucratic hold up is keeping federal investigators from testing soil in a northwest Dallas neighborhood where a natural gas explosion killed a 12-year-old girl last year.
Investigation Into Deadly Gas Explosion At Dallas Home In Final StagesA step forward this week in the investigation into the natural gas explosion that killed a 12-year-old Dallas girl last year.
Some Texas Coastal Residents Opposing Proposed Storm BarrierA proposed Texas coastal barrier is drawing backlash from some Gulf Coast residents and the state's land commissioner wants more time for property owners to voice concerns.
Officials Offer Plan To Protect Texas From HurricanesState and federal officials on Friday recommended a plan to protect the Texas coast from hurricanes with a barrier system made up of floodwalls, floodgates and seawall improvements.
Army Corps Of Engineers Committed To Trinity River Waterfront RedevelopmentThe Army Corps of Engineers stated Wednesday it was committed to a major waterfront redevelopment project along the Trinity River in Fort Worth. The statement came after Trinity River Vision did not receive civil works funding from the USACE in 2018.
Lake Texoma Sits Right In Sherman's BackyardLake Texoma is right in the backyard of Sherman and separates the sates of Texas and Oklahoma, and is one of the largest reservoirs in the country.
Houstonians Worried About Potential 'Wall Of Water'There is concern it could get worse if reservoirs, dams and levees aren't maintained.
Army Corps To Open Dams To Stem Houston FloodingThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to begin releasing water into Buffalo Bayou from two flood-control dams on the western outskirts of the city.
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.