Texas A&M AgriLife Research studies show shiner and minnow populations could provide early signs of water depletion, drought, and other environmental changes.
Texas A&M Geophysicist Andreas Kronenberg says the recent volcanic eruption on the island of Tonga is one of the strongest ever recorded.
The Texas A&M Forest Service is readying firefighting resources due to warm, dry and windy weather conditions.
A Texas A&M study found Houston residents who experienced two or more hazardous events in the past five years had a reduction in mental health scores.
Storm specialist Christopher Nowotarski says tornadoes that develop in the winter months in Texas are usually not severe in strength.
New research from Texas A&M shows the presence of high-calorie items on a menu creates temptation and can make low-calorie options less appealing.
Researchers aim to eliminate the psychoactive compound Delta-9 THC in hemp plants.
Exercising a few times a week can improve symptoms related to the chronic illness, according to a new study from the Texas A&M College of Medicine.
A new Texas A&M AgriLife study shows the annual crop can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide.
The state climatologist says last month was the warmest December since 1889.