June is graduation season, and Static, as recipient of a fair share of invitations and writer of resulting checks, figures it gets to make a couple of suggestions. Yeah, you new grads are hearing a lot of this, so you’ll ...
Eastsiders say a local food processor is still stinking up their neighborhood.
When Bill Cole saw a “haz-mat” team in front of his Riverside-area auto repair shop last month, it brought back some pretty bad memories.
State regulators don’t seem worried about TXU’s lapses in reporting power plant pollution.
Rusk County – A gentle twilight pink stretches across the sky, touching the waters of Martin Creek Lake. The still air, smelling only of East Texas pines, brings the faint sounds of wildlife in the surrounding woods. Smog...
Fort Worth is facing one of the most critical debates in many years, one that will affect our city profoundly for decades to come – and I’m afraid that not enough voices are being heard. The issue, of course, is urb...
A global physics research project is revving up in Europe — with UTA faculty in key roles.
God particles and dark matter may sound more like topics for theological debate than terms of science, but they’re both part of a global collaboration in physics research in which the University of Texas at Arlington is p...
The only thing more painful than gas prices may be the toll-road hell Texas is about to enter.
Gas prices topping $4 a gallon. Freeways that have become parking lots – if you can get to them through surface-street traffic jams caused by fast growth, urban sprawl, and inadequate road planning.
Left-wing Hollywood celebrities sure get annoying with all their talk about saving rain forests and Darfur and Katrina victims and protecting the planet from global warming and blah blah blah blah blah.
Decades after it closed, an Eastside sewage treatment plant still isn’t cleaned up.
Stagnant, luminescent green water trapped inside huge concrete tanks is like a slap in the face to Chris Waring.
High atop East Exchange Avenue in the Stockyards, a motley crew of musos is eyeing the Big Time.
The Cantina Cadillac’s rooftop view is brilliant, although getting up there requires climbing a rickety ladder attached to a wall that’s 35 feet high, with nothing but pavement to break your fall.
While the political attention of many Texans is focused on the 2008 presidential election, and, for a more involved few, control of the Texas House of Representatives, some folks are already looking ahead to 2010. That’s ...