Mose Buchele


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Texas Lawmakers To Hold 1st Hearing Into Devastating Blackouts

Thursday, February 25, 2021

The massive failure of the Texas energy system has spurred a blame game and fresh calls for reform. Texas lawmakers are debating what went wrong, and how to keep it from happening again.


Power Outages Continue As Texas Electric Grid Struggles Through Cold Snap

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

For a third day, the Texas power grid continues to strain under a deep freeze. Millions of homes and businesses are without electricity.


Poor Neighborhoods Feel Brunt Of Rising Heat. Cities Are Mapping Them To Bring Relief

Friday, August 28, 2020

In 13 U.S. cities this summer, volunteers are capturing detailed measurements that will include the heat index people experience. Cities will use the new heat maps to help cool the hottest spots.


Austin Tracks The Rise In Temperatures In Its Neighborhoods

Monday, August 24, 2020

Around the U.S. this summer, volunteers are driving with sensors to map rising urban heat. City planners and scientists will use those maps to bring relief for people in the hottest neighborhoods.


Texas Was The Model For OPEC, But It's 'Not Likely' To Limit Oil Production Now

Tuesday, May 05, 2020

A controversial proposal to cut production aimed to stabilize prices amid a historic oil glut. But regulators and the industry were divided over the idea.


The Texas Origins Of OPEC

Sunday, May 03, 2020

For decades, the Texas Railroad Commission controlled oil production, even deploying armed National Guard members to enforce limits. The commission is again debating limits amid a new oil glut.


Regulators Consider Capping Oil Production For 1st Time In Nearly 50 Years

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Both demand and prices for crude oil have plummeted due to the economic shutdown. Now, U.S. oil regulators are debating whether to cap production — for the first time since the 1970s.


Amid Historic Oil Bust, Texas Debates The Once Unthinkable: Keep It In The Ground

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Texas regulators have not capped production since 1973, but some smaller producers want such a move to try and stave off bankruptcy. Oil demand and prices have crashed during the COVID-19 pandemic.


How Warming Winters Are Affecting Everything

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Winters are warming faster than summers in many places, and colder parts of the U.S. are warming faster than hotter ones. The warming winter climate has year-round consequences across the country.


In Texas, Home Sellers Must Now Disclose More About The Risk Of Flooding

Sunday, October 27, 2019

In many places there's no requirement to tell a home buyer if a house is at risk of flooding, even as climate change increases that risk. Some hope a new Texas law will be a national model.


Activists Say New Laws To Protect Critical Infrastructure Aim To Silence Them

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Climate activists protesting oil and gas are the first charged under a new critical infrastructure law in Texas. Supporters say the laws protect ports, pipelines and other sensitive places.


High Humidity Could Make Sweeping Heat Wave More Miserable And Dangerous

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Much of the country will sweat through a heat wave over the next few days, with intense humidity adding to the danger. It's the kind of event that's becoming more common because of climate change.


Austin Faces Clean Water Shortage

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Residents of Austin have been asked to boil their drinking water after historic flooding there last week. The flood has sparked a water emergency that may take days to fix.


More Rain Expected As Flooding Continues In Texas

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Near record flooding is moving across central Texas. The fast rising waters have ripped out a large bridge, and taken many residents by surprise.


Can't Tell Where It's Flooded? Look At Your Phone, Stay Safe

Thursday, August 30, 2018

The warming climate means more intense rain and dangerous flash floods. In Austin, Texas, officials hope that letting people see the rising waters on their smartphones will help keep them safe.


As Milk Production Cools In Summer, Farmers Try To Help Cows Take The Heat

Saturday, July 21, 2018

From fans and misting water to creating a whole new breed of cow, farmers and researchers are fighting rising temperatures to keep the dairy industry from losing millions of dollars to "heat stress."


Some Migrant Parents Agreeing To Self-Deport To Reunite With Children

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Advocates say most detainees, who fled violence in Central America, don't believe they have any good options.


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.