Posted on · A special federal commission is looking into how cyber-attacks could hit Houston’s energy industry. What it's learning might change what you’re allowed to do on your computer at work.
Posted on · Houston’s new “Flood Czar” is telling what he’s finding as he looks for ways to reduce flooding in neighborhoods.
Posted on · One of the world’s most important coral reefs lies off the Texas Gulf Coast. Some of it is protected by federal rules but a lot of it is not.
Posted on · Last month, two freight trains collided head-on and erupted in flames near Amarillo. And this month is the anniversary of a far worse train catastrophe in Canada. The accidents are why some community groups say more needs to be done in Houston to make railways safer, especially when it comes to the transport of one product in particular: crude oil.
Posted on · It’s taken over two months, but the last of the massive rainfall from the Tax Day Flood is flowing out of reservoirs on Houston’s west side.
Posted on · Texas is making big changes in what it uses to generate the electricity you use. The state’s power grid may be getting cleaner and cheaper.
Posted on · Last month, we told you how CenterPoint Energy wanted to add about $26 dollars to your annual electricity bill and how the City of Houston was preparing to fight the utility. Now, there’s word of a settlement.
Posted on · Houston has a problem with flooding. April's Tax Day Flood led the city to appoint a “flood czar.” But what can Houston — or any flood-prone city — do differently to reduce flooding when a foot-and-a-half of rain falls in just 12 hours?
Posted on · We’ve been telling you how the recent flooding has been damaging homes and ranches in our area. But could it also be hurting your health?
Posted on · Some of the Texas officials who regulate the state’s electricity industry say you have only yourself to blame if you’re paying too much.
Posted on · Consumer group finds “deregulation” continues to lead to higher electricity prices in Texas cities where dozens of companies offer rate plans.
Posted on · "The energy industry will recover, prices will recover. Firms are going to have to start thinking about their talent strategy....There is going to be, I think within the next six months to a year, a real competitive war for the best and the brightest in this industry," said Les Csorba.
Posted on · Environmental groups are claiming a victory in a battle with ExxonMobil over pollution from its refinery in Baytown.
Posted on · One effort aims to slow down floodwaters before they ever get to Houston.
Posted on · With all the rain we’ve been having, it may easy to forget that it wasn’t long ago we were in a drought. Texas still faces a long-term water problem that it shares with another big state.