Josh Baugh, S.A. Express-News

Josh Baugh

S.A. Express-News

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

Property owners on Guadalupe lakes feel they were left high and day.

They are at odds with the agency that owns the dams but has no money to fix them. → Read More

Lake Dunlap residents inch closer to deal to restore missing lake

After a spill gate at the dam collapsed in May, residents were left with stranded docks and boats. → Read More

Carl Wulfe, 87, was family man who never wasted a moment

Carl Emanuel Wulfe left a lasting impression on those whose lives he touched. → Read More

September heat in San Antonio broke records

San Antonio experienced several daily record high temperatures in the hottest September on record. → Read More

It's now official: People, watercraft banned from four GBRA lakes

The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority board of directors adopted policies that make it temporarily illegal to use four lakes in Guadalupe and Gonzales counties. → Read More

It's autumn, except the thermometer in San Antonio doesn't know it

Despite the higher-than-normal heat and drought conditions, San Antonio hasn’t seen outdoor watering restrictions this year. → Read More

Imelda floods were the backdrop for Friday's student-led climate change strike

Texas protesters were part of a global wave of environmental strikes, with millions of people from over 150 countries pushing for immediate governmental action ahead of the U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City on Monday. → Read More

No 'Big Drain' yet for the Guadalupe River lakes

The legal battle between lake property owners and GBRA officials will resume Monday over whether the agency is allowed to drain its four remaining lakes on the Guadalupe River for safety reasons. → Read More

GBRA, homeowners negotiating settlement to halt draining of lakes

The two sides told visiting Judge Stephen Ables that they began working on an agreement over the weekend. → Read More

GBRA, lakefront property owners headed to court

The river authority will face off against property owners on Wednesday in court. The judge hearing the case will decide whether the GBRA can proceed with its plan to drain four lakes. → Read More

GBRA sued over plan to drain lakes on Guadalupe River

Two groups of property owners from lakes McQueeney and Placid are asking a judge to block the GBRA from draining their lakes. → Read More

GBRA, property owners at impasse over draining of four lakes on Guadalupe

Despite widespread push-back from property owners and some elected officials, the river authority appears to have support from the governor and is moving ahead with its plan. → Read More

Where there's smoke, there could be a sewer leak

The San Antonio Water System has begun its twice-a-decade test of sewer lateral lines over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone. → Read More

Will San Antonio avoid watering restrictions this year?

Maybe not. If there’s no rain in the next few weeks, outdoor watering could be limited to one day a week. → Read More

Wood makes a difference in new six-story office building in San Antonio

Hixon Properties has opted to use the “mass-timber” construction process for a building on Broadway. → Read More

San Antonio takes another crack at a climate change plan

The City Council on Thursday was briefed on the second draft of SA Climate Ready, a plan to avoid and mitigate the worst impacts of climate change. → Read More

GBRA board faces backlash from residents who don’t want lakes drained

Property owners from GBRA’s chain of hydroelectric lakes have organized substantial opposition to the authority’s plan to dewater McQueeney, Placid, Meadow and Gonzales lakes. → Read More

End of an era: Imminent danger along the Guadalupe will force the drainage of four lakes

The GBRA will drain four lakes on the Guadalupe, fearing spillgates will fail 'at any given moment.' Officials don't want to gamble with people's lives, but property owners have lambasted the proposal. → Read More

Second draft of San Antonio climate plan takes softer approach

A new version of SA Climate Ready still strives for carbon neutrality by 2050 but adds caveats to its goals. → Read More

San Antonio Water System breaks ground on massive sewer line

The five-mile segment is the largest sewer project in the city’s history. → Read More