Author Dan Eakin

Texas Politicians Propose Funding Increase To Bolster the State’s Failing Employee Pension Plan

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American workers across the country are struggling to make ends meet in order to plan for retirement, and Texas state employees are no different. But if the state’s lawmakers have anything to say about

In Texas, Three Natural Gas Grants Spurred Massive Economic Development

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Just three state grants for natural gas production led to $128 million in economic development throughout the state of Texas last year, a newly released study from the University of Texas at San Antonio

EPA Fines Texas Company For Hazardous Waste Violations

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After evaluating the compliance of Wharton Chemical, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found that the company’s Hungerford, Texas facility was in violation of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act’s (RCRA) storage and hazardous waste

Texas Family and Health Agencies Aim to Prevent Child Deaths With Data From New Study

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A joint study carried out by the Texas Department of Family Protective Services and the Department of State Health Services, released March 17, has examined links between child abuse-related deaths and demographic backgrounds, thereby

North Texas Municipal Water District Begins $1.9 Million Lake Lavon Dredging Project to Increase Water Levels

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Although drought has long been a problem in the region, the North Texas Municipal Water District will begin dredging two areas in its reservoir over the coming months. The $1.9 million project will remove about

Coldwell Banker Commercial Report Ranks Four Texas Cities In the Top Ten Real Estate Markets in the U.S.

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On February 5, Coldwell Banker Commercial released its market comparison report for 2014. Analyzing the United States’ commercial properties, the real estate brokerage firm ranked Denver as the number one real estate market in

Alleged Shark Finners Caught Fleeing to Mexico From Coast of Texas

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To say that fishing in the U.S. is huge would be an understatement. Not only are there world class fishing spots here, such as Alaska’s Kenai river, Florida’s Key West, or Louisana’s coastal marshes,

Texas Young Lawyers Association Tackles Bullying in New Campaign

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Bullying is, and arguably always has been, a serious problem in school. Yet bullying doesn’t stop after high school graduation. The state of Texas is taking heed of this problem by launching the End Bullying

Texas Losing War on Synthetic Drugs

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Each year, some 16 billion injections are administered across the world, but not every needle and syringe is properly disposed of afterwards. Just ask the children of El Paso, who have been having to

Construction Begins in Plano, TX for Toyota’s New North American Headquarters

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The relocation of Toyota’s North American headquarters from Torrence, CA to Plano, TX is well under way, according to local reports, as Toyota’s own 2015 TRD Pro Series Tundra-turned-bulldozer broke through the soil at