The purple-glowing installation arrived at Dallas with researcher Genhua Niu. She and her research team represent one component of an overarching push by Texas A&M AgriLife to realize sustainable production of nutritious food within cities — the next frontier in commercial agriculture.

Real estate professionals sold slightly more homes regionally in January than a year ago while the average price dropped a little, according to a report from the Longview Area Association of Realtors.

HOUSTON — At a time they are already cutting jobs and weighed down by debt, American oil producers are bracing for the latest shock to hit world energy markets: the economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak on China and beyond.

As many oil and gas companies began releasing their 2019 financial reports this week, it became apparent that last year was a stinker financially despite record production in the U.S.

Despite being down slightly from a year earlier, Eastman Chemical Co.’s fourth quarter financial results topped analysts’ expectations and Chairman and CEO Mark Costa sounded an optimistic note.

The exploration-and-production sector of the U.S. oil and gas industry faces many financial hurdles this year as forecasts of stagnant demand with increasing supplies give the appearance that prices for crude oil and natural gas will be flat.