Feb. 7 — As the completion of a pipeline project nears, setting up Texas natural gas on a 430-mile southeast trajectory, the anger of landowners along the pipeline route has stimulated pushback against the project. Kinder Morgan’s $2 billion pipeline project, known as the Permian Highway Pipeline Project, has exercised its right to eminent domain leaving a plethora of infuriated Texas Hill Country property owners in its sizable wake.

— Reform Austin