The state is home to many of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. Add record temperatures, and it's no surprise that the grid is stressed.
Engineers at the University of Texas at El Paso have discovered a low-cost, "biomimetic" way of generating hydrogen gas.
Supply shortfall caused by spiking demand during extreme summer weather could affect two-thirds of the U.S.
A new United Way report finds a 5% increase in the number of Houston-area households struggling to afford basic necessities.
"When I was traveling throughout the South, I visited 11 cities. Every single city had water problems, had a water boil notice within the last year, or had reported having brown water trickling through their faucets," said reporter Adam Mahoney.
They help when the sun isn't shining and the wind isn't blowing but everyone's AC is on full blast.
Half a million jobs could be lost in the second-biggest state economy. Pensioners, the food insecure and many others could suffer.
As conservative politicians target LGBTQ rights, more families worry they'll have to move.
Blackouts and brownouts are becoming more common thanks to climate change. Grid managers say backup electricity options are essential — but at what cost?
More than 90% of landlords in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area won’t rent to people who rely on housing vouchers to pay the rent.