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Last week’s freezing temperatures caused fish kills along the entire Texas coast although mortalities were primarily reported in bay systems south of Galveston Bay.

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A longstanding survey of whooping cranes wintering in Texas has been canceled because of COVID-19 health concerns, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday.

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MATAGORDA — Capt. Terry Gallagher ran across the eastern most part of Matagorda Bay Thursday morning under the light of a nearly full moon.

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The impending closure of the Coleto Creek Power Plant, which will shut down by 2027, is expected to deal a blow to Goliad County’s economy. But officials are working to entice two solar plants to the county to soften the impact.

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EDNA — Jackson County could be home to a processing plant Max Midstream Texas plans to build as part of a large oil exportation project underway in the region, the company’s CEO told county commissioners Tuesday.

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Republican State Rep. Todd Hunter plans to introduce a nurdle bill during the upcoming legislative session that would enhance regulation of plastic pellets and enforcement in an effort to prevent microplastics from polluting Texas waters.

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Formosa Plastics is suing ACE American Insurance for its refusal to cover the petrochemical manufacturer’s historic $50-million settlement with the San Antonio Bay Waterkeeper and environmental activist Diane Wilson.

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Hurricane Delta made landfall along the Louisiana coast at about 6 p.m. Friday, impacting coastal waters along the Crossroads coast.

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The National Weather Service issued coastal flood watches and warnings for the Middle Texas Coast on Wednesday, ahead of Hurricane Delta’s arrival on the Gulf Coast.

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