Despite Congress reaching an agreement Wednesday night to end the federal shutdown, the agricultural industry in Texas is feeling the effects of 16 days of “nonessential services” being unavailable.
We can never get enough rain. Whether it's a thunderstorm deluge, or soft summer showers that keep us cool, it's all welcome here.
Farmers who rely on the Brazos River will be paying close attention to a meeting Friday of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, where the fate of their summer crops could hang in the balance.
Authorities raid massive marijuana growing operations.