Mose Buchele

Mose Buchele appears in the following:

News Brief: Austin Bombings, Cambridge Analytica, Spending Bill

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

We have the latest developments in the Austin bombings investigation. Also, Ina Fried of Axios discusses Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, and an update on a congressional spending bill.


Austin Bombings Update

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

We have the latest in the investigation into the deadly package bombings in Texas. Two people have died and several others have been injured in the blasts.


1 Man Injured As Authorities In Austin Respond To Another Reported Explosion

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Authorities in Austin, Texas, responded to another explosion Tuesday night. They said a man in his 30s was seriously injured. It's unclear if this is related to a series of other deadly blasts.


Though Prices Aren't As High As Before, West Texas Enjoys Oil Revival

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The U.S. is on track to surpass Saudi Arabia and Russia next year to become the world's biggest oil producer — pumping out more crude than at its peak nearly half a century ago.


Despite Trump's Promises, Coal Plants Keep Closing

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Despite President Trump's vow to put coal miners back to work, coal plants keep closing. We visit a Texas town where one is slated to shut down soon.


Potential Trump Adviser Suggests Climate Change Regulations Are Communist Conspiracy

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

President Trump has tapped a former Texas regulator to be his senior adviser on environmental policy. Like a string of other controversial picks, she questions the science behind climate change.


Community Where Texas Gunman Grew Up Reeling From Church Massacre

Monday, November 06, 2017

The Texas gunman who carried out the mass shooting during a church service is originally from a San Antonio suburb. Devin Patrick Kelly grew up in New Braunfels, Texas where residents are reeling from Sunday's events.


Explosions Heard At Flooded Arkema Chemical Plant In Crosby, Texas

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Due to flooding from Hurricane Harvey, the plant lost power — and the ability to keep volatile organic peroxides from exploding and burning.


Flooded Texas Chemical Plants Raise Concerns About Toxic Emissions

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Concern is growing that flood damage from Hurricane Harvey to some of Houston's petrochemical plants may be polluting the air, and could be threatening the water.


Why Are Undocumented Immigrants Smuggled By Truck?

Thursday, July 27, 2017

For many migrants, there is a fear of "two crossings" — the actual border and then checkpoints farther inland.


San Antonio Trailer Tragedy: What It Says About Human Trafficking

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The recent deaths of 10 people in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio highlights the dangerous ways in which illegal immigrants are transported throughout the U.S.


Texans React To Trump's Decision To Pull Out Of Paris Climate Accord

Monday, June 05, 2017

People in a Texas coal town say they can feel the climate changing and are worried about it. But they support President Trump's decision to pull out of the international climate pact.


At 94, Lithium-Ion Pioneer Eyes A New Longer-Lasting Battery

Monday, May 22, 2017

In 1980, John Goodenough's work led to the lithium-ion battery, now found in everything from phones to electric cars. He and fellow researchers say they've come up with a faster-charging alternative.


Scientists Study Species Of Turtles Presumed To Be Abundant

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Scientists and environmentalists work hard to save animals from becoming extinct. But there's another effort underway to study a species perceived to be abundant: turtles.


Texas Father And Son Among Those Killed In Nice, France

Friday, July 15, 2016

A father and son from Texas are reported to be two of the more than 80 victims who died in the terrorist attack in Nice, France, Thursday night.


Texas Power Players Sit Out Political Opposition To Clean Power Plan

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Texas is one of 24 states driving the lawsuit against Obama's climate change initiative. But some of the state's energy companies transitioning toward cleaner sources support the new regulations.


Crude Oil Thefts Rise In Texas As Low Prices Force Job Cuts

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Oil prices continue to hover near lows not seen in years. It might be surprising then to learn that the theft of oil is up. Oil companies in Texas are lobbying for higher penalties against thieves.


Some Texans Puzzled By Keystone XL Pipeline Rejection

Friday, November 06, 2015

President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline provoked cheers from environmental groups and a little bit of head scratching in the state of Texas.


Oil Market Bust Yields Unexpected Boom For Texas Repo Men

Monday, August 31, 2015

The price of oil has dropped to its lowest point in years in recent weeks. That's meant layoffs and people falling behind on payments for the fancy vehicles they bought during the good times.


Small Texas City Feels Pain Of Falling Crude Oil Prices

Friday, August 14, 2015

This week, oil prices plunged, falling below $43 a barrel. A year ago, a barrel of West Texas crude oil was selling for more than twice that. Consumers in most of the country are reap...