15 Years After Hurricane Ike: How Bolivar Peninsula and Its Food Culture Have Changed

September 13, 2023 | By Xander Peters

My mother almost always orders the stuffed shrimp. No matter the occasion nor the restaurant, her routine when visiting our beach cabin on the southeast Texas coast has been predictable for as many years as I can remember.

The Wild Extremes Texas Photographers Go To for Thrilling Storm Shots

May 5, 2022 | By John Nova Lomax

With major contributions to the two most famous tornado movies of all time, Texans loom over the cinematic subgenre of “films featuring tornadoes.” First, we have Galveston native King Vidor, who survived that city’s great hurricane of 1900.

How I Overcame My Fear of Texas’ Turbulent Weather

April 7, 2021 | By Jennifer Epperson

Brazos Bend State Park extends its closure

September 5, 2017 | By

Brazos Bend State Park, a 5,000-acre parcel of public land managed by Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, remains closed to  public use because of impacts from Hurricane Harvey and historic flooding.

Hurricane Harvey: Coastal Community Updates

August 28, 2017 | By

Updated 10 a.m. Monday, September 18: We care deeply about the communities that are undergoing challenges as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

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