Trucking equipment into fracking sites is pulverizing 83 miles of Texas road. The state wants to convert those roads to gravel for cost and safety reasons, but residents won't have it. A plan pending voter approval next year would have tax money from the oil and gas industry pay for $1 billion in roadwork, but that's not enough, News Radio WOAI reports. Residents view the plan to go to gravel as a step backwards. Read More