A new study has found that more fish may be the answer to saving coral reefs, NBC News reported.
Richardson ISD students teamed up with the State Farm Youth Advisory Board and the Texas Trees Foundation to plant 50 trees in the city.
Officials in Galveston have approved a plan to spend $41 million to improve the Southeast Texas island city's two largest beaches.
Thursday’s snow nearly disappeared in North Texas Friday, turning thoughts to spring flowers and how to revive winter beaten yards.
Texas' three railroad commissioners say that oil and gas operators statewide are recycling more water than ever before.
Scientists say the pristine, undisturbed icy continent can help us understand the early Earth — and where we might be headed.
Lubbock officials are looking to state lawmakers for financial help to cleanup an abandoned recycling center the city has considered a blight on one of the Plains city's main gateways.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wants to enlarge the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary in the Gulf of Mexico from 56 square miles to cover 280 square miles.
Researchers hope the new wind turbine being tested at UNT’s Discovery Park will prove quieter, more efficient, and more cost effective than current consumer wind options.
The captain of a tugboat whose barges collided with a cargo freighter in the Houston Ship Channel in March says the larger vessel increased its speed in foggy conditions and she couldn't turn quickly to...
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