A case involving the disposal of industrial wastewater pits two interests that are dear to many Texans against each other: oil and gas resources versus private property rights.
A report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas says that Texas’ water problems could impede economic growth and that the best way to address them is a free-market approach to water allocation.
A little more than 18 months after Central Texas Medical Center plunked down $2 million for a da Vinci robotic surgery system, more than 500 patients have undergone procedures employing the cutting-edge instrument.
Many Texans in individual health care plans that don’t comply with the Affordable Care Act have been spared cancellation notices. But for the Texans whose plans have been dropped, health care experts are encouraging them to proceed carefully. by VERONICA ZARAGOVIA/KUT News
The Greater San Marcos Partnership — the economic development arm of the city of San Marcos and Hays and Caldwell counties — this afternoon confirmed that a Michigan-based auto parts maker will establish a manufacturing center in San Marcos, a development first reported by the San Marcos Mercury on Friday.
A Michigan-based auto parts maker appears to have settled on San Marcos as the location for a plant it intends to establish in Texas — if officials approve “inducements” the company wants from City Hall.
Pedal Power Bicycles, 2617 S. Interstate 35 in San Marcos, has been named one of America’s Best Bike Shops for 2013 by the National Bicycle Dealers Association.
In this guest column, the veteran Central Texas congressman says hearings of the House’s Science Committee he chairs uncovered gaping security flaws in Healthcare.gov that expose users’ personal information to hackers. Smith writes, “It’s clear that not only is the website vulnerable, it’s under attack.”