Texas enters 'water war' with Mexico
State lawmakers say Texas is not receiving what it should from the Rio Grande River. The waterway makes up the border with Mexico, a neighbor which they say
House committee approves $2 billion water fund
The State Water Development Board estimates Texas needs to spend about $53 billion over the next 50 years to meet the water needs of the growing population.
New fire code could trim Westlake trees
The extended drought has put much of Texas at risk for wildfire and no place holds as much potential disaster than Westlake Hills.
Central Texas drought to persist this spring
The latest outlooks paint a bleak picture when it comes to the region's drought. The U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook has Central Texas’ drought persisting or
Mediocre wildflower season expected
If you look closely, you'll notice a little spring color in Central Texas. Wildflower season is getting an earlier than normal start.
Lawmakers take up $2 billion water measure
Texas lawmakers are expected to begin public hearings on a proposed $2 billion fund to finance water projects across the state.
Some parts of Texas approaching worst-ever drought
Texas continues to suffer a serious rainfall deficit and is on track to experience the second-worst drought on record, the state climatologist said Tuesday.
$2 billion water plan unveiled in Texas Legislature
A Republican lawmaker is proposing Texas spend $2 billion to implement a sweeping plan to ensure the drought-prone state has enough water for its rapidly
LCRA says no South Texas rice farmers
The Colorado River Authority on Tuesday dealt a blow to the rice farmers in Southeast Texas, saying only if the Highland Lakes are soaked with extraordinary
Heated battle over LCRA water
In part one of a two-night series, KXAN investigates the dwindling water supply in the Highland lakes and how LCRA is caught in the middle of a battle between