Posted on · Some families no longer see a future for their transgender kids in Texas. They’re moving to states with strong civil rights protections for trans people.
Posted on · Thousands of utility customers lost power Thursday and the Texas Department of Transportation reported icy or snowy conditions throughout the state.
Posted on · Providers in Texas say they're worried abortion seekers having to travel far to access the procedure, and how those costs can add up.
Posted on · Abbott had teased the announcement with a tweet on Monday. He said the sites would probably involve “5000-6000 additional vaccinations per day, 7 days a week for 8 weeks.”
Posted on · When only three spellers remained, all were from the Dallas area, which has long been a hotbed of spelling talent
Posted on · A suburb in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is reportedly set to get the nation's first self-driving car service
Posted on · The Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir was recently approved for its second $500 million loan as the project nears the beginning of construction in North Texas. The dam and accompanying man-made lake will be Texas' first new major reservoir in almost two decades
Posted on · Tornadoes have hit North Texas, demolishing at least one mobile home and damaging about a dozen others
Posted on · North Texas is one of worst areas for the flu in the country right now, according to a weekly index from Walgreens
Posted on · The North Texas area has been particularly hit this flu season
Posted on · "The impact is really when there are no houses to put trees in,"
Posted on · A new interactive website from state-funded researchers is tracking tremors across Texas – part of an effort to understand the link between earthquakes and oil and gas production.
Posted on · The rain’s expected to continue in North Texas through Friday night.
Posted on · A new study from Southern Methodist University links earthquakes in North Texas to oil and gas operations. The Texas Railroad Commission’s seismologist has questioned the research and its conclusions. Nevertheless, the commission may shut down a pair of waste water injection wells noted in the study. We discuss the environmental and political implications of these […]
Posted on · A new study from Southern Methodist University links earthquakes in North Texas to oil and gas operations. The Texas Railroad Commission’s seismologist has questioned the research and its conclusions. Nevertheless, the commission may shut down a pair of waste water injection wells noted in the study. On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss the […]