A lot of North Texans were still without electricity Friday night. And that means no heat for residents as temperatures continue getting colder.
Those who got to see the Blackhawks rally to beat the Bruins and win the Stanley Cup last night won’t soon forget it, but unfortunately neither will those who didn’t get to see the big win, after a strong, fast-moving storm knocked out power.
The superdome dimmed after a power surge triggered an outage at Super Bowl XLVII.
Windy conditions have knocked out power to about 47,000 homes and businesses in parts of Texas.
A transformer fire in Dallas has left thousands without electricity. The fire broke out before 9:00 a.m. at an Oncor transformer just off Central Expressway, near Royal Lane.
Texans set a power-use record for June for the second straight day during early season triple-digit heat Tuesday.
Students and faculty at Paschal High School in Fort Worth are in the dark this morning.
Will the lights stay on in 2012? Texas electricity experts cannot say for certain. The state’s electric grid operators are coming off of a tumultuous year, one they are not eager to repeat.
The power emergency is over for the time being, but ERCOT officials still say conservation is the name of the game while the temperatures are still colder than normal.
They are the critical care safety nets for North Texas. So why was the power cut to these vital hospitals?