Judge Rules Federal Government Liable For Harvey Flooding In Some AreasA federal judge on Tuesday ruled the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is liable for damages to a group of Houston-area homes and businesses that were flooded by two federally owned reservoirs during Hurricane Harvey.
New Border Wall To Go Up In 3 South Texas Counties Next YearThe U.S. government has awarded three contracts worth more than $812.6 million for construction of about 65 miles of new border wall along the lower Rio Grande in South Texas.
Texas Lawmakers To Consider Bills Aimed At Preventing Deadly Gas Explosions Like One In Dallas Last YearThe explosion happened in State Representative Rafael Anchia's district. He's authored the three bills that will be heard in the Texas House Energy Resources Committee at 2:00 p.m.
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.
Independent Review Coming For Trinity River Vision ProjectThe review comes after public officials questioned if the government will fully fund the billion dollar project.
Securing Funding An Issue For Trinity River Vision PlanCity Manager David Cooke, who is a board member for the Trinity River Vision Authority, said the board was still trying to get full federal funding for the project, but there is some question on how much would come to Fort Worth.
Crews Deactivate Floating Nuclear Plant At Texas PortCrews in Galveston have completed work on a World War II-era military cargo ship that previously served as a barge-mounted nuclear reactor.
Thousands Of Flooded-Out Houstonians Suing Army Corps Claiming Land SeizureAs many as 10,000 home and business owners are suing the federal government alleging the decision to open the dams constitutes a government land seizure.
Dam Road Closed At Joe Pool Lake Until Next MayLake staff identified shallow embankment slides while conducting routine surveillance of the structure.
Say Goodbye To Dallas' Trinity River Standing WaveCrews began removing the Standing Wave Thursday afternoon after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers previously told the city it couldn't keep it as is.
Texas Requests $19B In Additional Harvey AidThe Texas congressional delegation asked Thursday for $19 billion to help the Lone Star State recover from Harvey, with both Republicans and Democrats teaming up behind a request to repair water projects and help homeowners and communities rebuild from the storm.
Dallas To Spend $2 Mil To Remove Failed 'Standing Wave' From TrinityThe City of Dallas will spend $2 million to remove a failed whitewater rafting feature it installed in the Trinity River six years ago.
Federal Government Blocks Dakota Access Oil Pipeline RouteThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Sunday that it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota, handing a victory to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and its supporters
1st Phase Of Lewisville Lake Dam Repairs Nearly CompleteOne set of repairs at the Lewisville Lake Dam is nearing completion -- but more work is needed.
Judge Grants Partial Stop On North Dakota Pipeline WorkAn American Indian tribe succeeded Tuesday in getting a federal judge to temporarily stop construction on some, but not all, of a $3.8 billion four-state oil pipeline, but its broader request still hangs in the balance.