The Texas Commission for Environmental Quality has classified more than 9,400 miles of streams and 638,000 acres of lakes in Texas as impaired.
Those tracking monarch butterflies’ migration through Texas to Canada this year will see nearly 15 percent fewer butterflies start the long journey.
Five working groups will offer technical advice and strategies both on reducing San Antonio’s greenhouse gas emissions.
To combat the effects of past sewage sludge dumping at Mitchell Lake, the San Antonio Water System plans to install native plants to passively purify water and protect against downstream flooding.
San Antonio’s Solid Waste Management Department is weighing a $50 fee for residents who toss used diapers in recycling and organics bins.
A lawsuit over an endangered songbird that pits the state of Texas against the U.S. Department of the Interior will continue, according to a federal court ruling.
Just five months after Harvey gave Texas its wettest month in history, much of the state is now in a drought – including areas that saw historic flooding.
The authority will review new applicants to represent parts of west and north-central San Antonio after accepting a board members’ resignation Tuesday.
The campus, to be unveiled for an official grand opening on Tuesday, features spaces that bring students outside for unique learning experiences.
A car auction company plans to remove at least two million tires from a Southside property where they have sat for more than a decade, creating a fire hazard and breeding ground for mosquitoes.