Alligators At The Beach? Scientists Say Get Used To Predators Invading Odd PlacesAlligators on a beach? Killer whales in a river? Mountain lions in the open plains? It may sound like a mismatch, but a new study is warning that humans should get used to seeing more large predators in unexpected places.
Rare Texas Songbird Removed From Endangered Species ListFederal officials have announced that the population of the black-capped vireo has recovered and the rare Texas songbird will be removed from the endangered species list.
21 Young Turtles Returning Home To Gulf Coast Barrier IslandTwenty-one turtles are being returned to the Louisiana barrier island where their mothers laid their eggs. The diamondback terrapin nests were dug up to protect the eggs after a 2010 oil spill.
Workers Remove About One-Fifth Of Iowa Diesel Pipeline SpillAn underground pipeline that runs through multiple Midwestern states has leaked an estimated 138,000 gallons of diesel fuel, according to the company that owns it, Magellan Midstream Partners.
Police, Protesters Face Off At Dakota Access PipelineTension flared anew on the Dakota Access pipeline as protesters tried to push past a long-blocked bridge on a state highway, only to be turned back by a line of law enforcement using water cannon and what appeared to be tear gas.
Plano Woman Promoting 'Bobcat Beware' After Beloved Pet KilledSome residents of Plano are expressing concerns about the presence of bobcats after a small pet was killed.
Monarch Butterfly Migration Swings Through TexasIt's that time of the year again, the migration of the monarch butterfly. It takes four generations to make the trek from Canada to Mexico, and then back to Canada.
Study: Pluto 'Spray-Painting' Poles Of Its Big Moon CharonA new study finds that Pluto is "spray-painting" the red poles of its big moon Charon.