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Photo by NOAA via Getty Images
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Tropical Storm Heading for South Texas

We have good news and we have bad news. First the good news.  It's going to rain, a lot, in South and Central Texas in the coming days.  The bad news?  It's because of a tropical storm now moving across the Gulf of Mexico and heading straight for the lower Texas coast.

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It’s Mid-July: Where are the Hurricanes?

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st through December 1st, but that doesn't mean hurricanes start up right away.  June 1st marks the onset of warmer Atlantic and Caribbean temperatures that can lead to tropical disturbances.  Full blown hurricanes typically don't start until well into the season.

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Federal Government Trying To Rebuild Crucial Ecosystems In Gulf

After the recent oil spill in the gulf, BP is going to give one billion dollars to help restore the effected areas lining the Gulf of Mexico.

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Texas Drought Now Considered A Disaster

The lack of rain in the past couple of months has caused problems for many farmers and ranchers.

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David McNew, Newsmakers
David McNew, Newsmakers
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Forest Service Shows Landowners How to Restore Burned Land

The Texas Forest Service is stepping up to help east Texas landowners whose property has been burned in recent wild fires.  TFS will hold a free workshop next week on how that land can be restored.

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Luis Ascui, Getty Images
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Wildfires Hit East Texas Economy Hard

The Texas Forest Service says the ongoing east Texas wildfires are not just burning a lot of trees and some houses.  They're also burning up a lot of money and jobs.

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Tom Pennington, Getty Images
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Firefighters Give Thanks for the Rain, But Much More is Needed

Firefighters working record breaking fires in several east Texas counties say the rain that fell yesterday and overnight is a godsend, and they're thankful, but much more rain is needed because the fires are still out of control in many areas.

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Fires Threaten East Texas Communities

Fires in Polk, Trinity, and Jasper counties are destroying countless numbers of acres.

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