At least six Democratic 2020 presidential candidates visited the conference this past weekend to appeal to millennials — and take aim at major tech companies like Google and Amazon.
An Austin company wants to be the first in the country to sell a 3D printed house to the public. It’s also partnered with a San Francisco company to develop the first leasable, permitted 3D home system.
NGO’s in El Paso are scrambling to find temporary housing for migrants. The number of immigrants released by ICE could go up to 500 a day.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is visiting the border after the deaths of two migrant children in U.S. custody. But, critics say her visit won’t solve problems as long as the Trump administration’s policy of detaining migrant children continues.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas General Land Office have been working on a plan to address storm surge in the Texas coast. But, some residents are opposing one portion of the project: a coastal barrier.
Former president George H.W. Bush was known across the country for a lifetime of public service, but people in Houston saw him as much more than the country’s 41st president.
Researchers are looking to manage the way water flows in and out of New Orleans in an effort to manage the rate at which the city is sinking. It sinks 6-8 mm a year.
Federal authorities have awarded two contracts to build additional border walls in the Rio Grande Valley. Landowners in the area have mixed reactions to the project.
Republican incumbent John Culberson faces a tight race against Democrat Lizzie Fletcher in 7th district, one of three districts Hillary Clinton won in 2016.
Candidates in Texas could benefit from straight ticket voting due to the enthusiasm surrounding Republican Senator Ted Cruz and his Democratic challenger Congressman Beto O’Rourke.