Not Enough Oxygen - Scientists Predict Near-Record Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone'Each summer the Gulf of Mexico hosts a human-caused "dead zone" that kills off marine life and this year scientists are predicting a near-record sized area.
Environmental Report Says Texas Oil Boom Increasing Air Pollution LevelsThe death of a 16-year-old boy has heightened scrutiny of the U.S. government's ability to adequately care for the surge in migrant families and children crossing the border.
Trial To Determine If Government Liable For Harvey FloodingA trial started to determine if residents deserve compensation after their homes and businesses were flooded by two reservoirs during Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
Harris County Hires More Prosecutors After Huge Chemical Plant FiresOfficials in Harris County have approved the hiring of additional assistant district attorneys to prosecute environmental crimes following two major chemical plant fires.
Monitoring Spring In North Texas: April Showers Bring Flowers, Possibility Of Severe WeatherHere we are on the last day of April and to follow the old saying "April showers bring May flowers," flowers should pop-aplenty this coming month.
With Yosemite In Site, Texan Beto O'Rourke Unveils Climate PlanDemocratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke has announced his first major policy initiative, a $5 trillion plan to combat climate change.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Talks About His Future, Gasoline PricesU.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said he's staying in the Trump administration. Perry's comments come after a report last week by Bloomberg News that he is planning to leave his post.
CBS News Poll: Growing Number Think Environment Will Be Worse For Next GenerationAmericans give the U.S. just average or low marks on the progress it has made on protecting the environment.
FEMA Grants $20 Million To DPS For Hurricane Harvey AidMore than 1,800 DPS employees were deployed to areas affected by Harvey to set up barricades, direct traffic, provide airborne search and rescue missions.
North Texans Brace For Beetle Epidemic That Could Destroy TreesCities around North Texas are planning for a beetle epidemic that experts say will destroy the population of ash trees.
Utility Aims For Zero Carbon Emission From Electric PlantsA utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states, including Texas says it will try to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.