Matt Dietrichson, Jul 15, 13.
Climate change is affecting US energy markets according to an Energy Department study, while major corporations are now adjusting for climate change.
A poor Quality of Life ranking was a major reason for Texas' fall from the number one spot in CNBC's Top States of Business list.
Abandoned and unkempt housing are prominent throughout southeast Dallas neighborhoods, and tax payers are feeling the effects.
Matt Dietrichson, Jul 11, 13.
Houston is amid an ethnic and cultural transformation, and is accordingly ripe with opportunity for success.
Matt Dietrichson, Jul 10, 13.
The emergence of Austin as a popular "hip" destination has led it to lose some of its affordable funky charm.
In response to Houston's strong office market, local real estate firm Hines is constructing a very large space downtown.
Matt Dietrichson, Jul 08, 13.
San Antonio is one of numerous American cities introducing programs that make solar projects more attainable across the socioeconomic spectrum.
The energy giant Chevron will be constructing a new building on the land where the old Downtown YMCA used to stand.
Matt Dietrichson, Jul 02, 13.
Houston has rapidly become one of the most diverse regions in the US, a trend that sociologists predict the rest of the country will follow.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 28, 13.
The city of Austin has become an increasingly popular place to move, but this demand has resulted in more expensive housing costs and caused many to relocate.
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