Gerrymandering Lawsuits Pending In Texas And 11 Other StatesGerrymandering is on trial as the U.S. Supreme Court and judges consider whether mapmakers manipulated boundaries of legislative districts for their own advantage.
Study: FEMA's Houston Flood Maps Outdated Long Before HarveyAccording to research, FEMA's flood plain maps for that area missed about 75 percent of the damages from Ike, Allison, and three other storms.
Waze Sets Out To Eliminate 'Tunnel Blindness' On Mobile MapsThe popular navigation app Waze is putting a new twist on the phrase "tunnel vision." It's trying to ensure drivers relying on digital maps don't lose their way when their GPS signal disappears in tunnels.
1853 Texas Map Found In Box Of Sheet Music Up For AuctionA rare early map of Texas and another historical document discovered in a box of sheet music purchased for $10 at an estate auction in the 1980s could sell for as much as $7,000 at auction this weekend.
Frisco ISD Board of Trustees Talk About RezoningThe Frisco ISD Board of Trustees held a workshop tonight to address rezoning students at 16 schools across the city.
Rare 1849 State Of Texas Map To Be Auctioned In DallasAn Alabama man found out something he viewed as a toy and played with, as a kid is actually a valuable piece of Texas history. Now he will find out just how valuable the item is, at an offering by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions this Saturday.
Viral Video: 42 Amazing MapsYou've seen a variety of maps in your lifetime, but this video uses 42 unorthodox maps to give you an interesting perspective on the world.
Heavy West Nile Ground Spraying Underway In Dallas And Tarrant CountyHeavy West Nile ground spraying will continue in both Dallas and Tarrant County tonight.
State Senate Debates Redistricting, Minorities Pan Maps Advocates for minorities in Texas blasted the process by which the state is considering new political maps, complaining on Thursday that lawmakers are not giving poor people outside of Austin the chance to testify and the versions under consideration would discriminate against minorities.
Texas' Forgotten Redistricting Fight Set To ResumeTexas Republicans have spent two years and at least $1 million fighting to restore voting maps drawn by the GOP-dominated Legislature that were declared illegal in court.
Paper Maps Go Nostalgic Amid GPS BoomMore than 35 million Americans are expected to travel by car this Fourth of July, and a good chunk will probably reach for technology before they unfold -- or try to refold -- a paper road map.