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“Barbecue” is a tricky word. It can describe a backyard cooking appliance – a Weber grill, a Big Green Egg, a hibachi. It also means an event at which grilled foods are served, as in...
The late-summer spread of COVID-19 is reaching into vacation destinations – places where people retreat for holiday rentals in the hopes of being able to relax, have fun…and be safe from the...
For most of us, mosquitoes are just an annoyance — the little black things buzzing around us on our morning walk, the high-pitched whine in our ear when we’re trying to get to sleep. In...
Tropical Storm Hilary recently struck southern California in an extremely rare weather event that dumped a massive amount of rain in a short period of time, causing flash flooding and mudslides but...
Like many who fall afoul of the law, Tarra Simmons was born and raised in a taxing household environment from which few would succeed. She dropped out of school at 13 and gave birth at 15. In 2011,...
Drought has been overshadowed as severe heat draws environmental focus. However, some regions face such extreme water shortages that trees perish prematurely, farm animals and crops are endangered,...
Texas, the second-largest state with nearly 30 million residents, has experienced rapid growth for the past two decades. Its major cities, including Houston and Dallas, have consistently ranked among...
What’s better than a pumpkin spice latte and unlikely to go out of fashion? Autumn foliage. Nearly every state goes through a dramatic, multicolored transformation as temperatures drop in the fall....
Texas had the largest rise in total population from 2010 to 2020, with an increase of about 4 million.
Temperatures in Houston soon will reach 80 degrees. Just days ago, temperatures dropped toward the single digits and snow fell at record levels.
overnight. One of America's largest cities, often hit by hurricanes in the summer and autumn, is under siege by winter.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has released several reports all at once covering the Texas region. Included in the reports were the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey, the Texas Service Sector...
In its quarterly energy survey, the Dallas Fed notes that the pace of decline in the region's oil business has moderated but remains negative.
The latest Dallas Federal Reserve manufacturing report for Texas has atrocious numbers, showing just how bad things are in the region.