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Judge Casts EPA Rule into Muddy Legal Waters

After a setback in court Thursday, can the federal government enforce its controversial "Waters of the U.S." rule in Texas?

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Without action, Texas will keep bearing warming's brunt

A generation ago, many people thought of global warming as something that would happen "someday, somewhere." As it turns out, "someday" is now, "somewhere" is here it's really something.

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Coal permits are protested

A watchdog group says Texas’ environmental agency, working with electric companies, violated the federal Clean Air Act by increasing allowable power plant emissions without telling the public or the EPA.

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Texas drought begins to fade

Last summer, Wichita Falls was the poster child of Texas suffering from drought. The city’s water situation was such that it pioneered the treatment, blending and reuse of wastewater for its residents as lake levels lowered.

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Fracking ban falls as Abbott signs bill

With the stroke of his pen, Gov. Greg Abbott may have just made Denton not only the first but also the last city in Texas to ban fracking.

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