Posted on The occupancy rate of the Greenspoint office space market, near Bush Intercontinental Airport, has fallen to 60 percent – the lowest of any submarket in Houston.
Posted on A climate change awareness group says Texas deserves an “F” for what the state has not done to prepare for future floods and wildfires.
Posted on The Texas landscape may be in for some changes. It may take decades but if global warming happens as many scientists predict it will, some native plants may not survive. Some may even have a challenge this winter as the weather pattern known as El Nino heads for Texas.
Posted on Many workers losing their jobs today are expected to leave the Texas oil industry, or retire, before prices recover.
Posted on At a conservative forum in Austin, Republican politicians pledged to fight federal regulations that would reduce pollution.
Posted on The price of oil has sunk to a level not seen since 2009. And since asphalt is made from oil, this should be good news when it comes to something Houstonians complain about most: streets that need a new coat of pavement. But that’s not how things have worked out.
Posted on The latest estimate, based on payroll employment data, far exceeds previous calculations by the Texas Workforce Commission.
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Posted on The public hearing will lay out the goals to get the Gulf Coast back to what it looked like before the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010.
Posted on ExxonMobil says it has done nothing wrong. But a probe by New York’s Attorney general is targeting what the oil giant knew about climate change.
Posted on Texas may be best known for oil & gas but when it comes to the fuel used to make electricity, wind is setting records.
Posted on Residents of Alief, Gulfton and Sharpstown captured images of things that keep them from living a healthy lifestyle.
Posted on An extension from the main pipeline would have run to Houston.
Posted on The Electric Reliability Council of Texas doesn't expect problems in meeting peak demands for electricity this winter.
Posted on In Texas, some of the most deadly explosions have been caused by a substance that otherwise plays a vital role in how we grow crops: ammonium nitrate fertilizer.