15,000 Oncor Customers Remain Without Power, Storms Brought 'Complete Devastation'Around 15,000 Oncor customers still remain without power. One of the most affected areas is north Dallas.
Oncor Still Working To Restore Power To 97,000+ CustomersPowerful storms that blew through North Texas not only caused a deadly crane collapse in Dallas, but downed power lines that to date still have thousands of people in the dark.
More Than 200,000 Dallas-Area Customers Still Without Power Monday Night; Oncor Asks For PatienceAt the height of the storm, some 350,000 customers lost power. According to Oncor, about 140,000 have had service restored.
No Classes In Houston After Overnight Flooding, More Storms ExpectedThe Houston area braced for more serious flooding as heavy rain and hail pelted the city for the second time this week.
Texas Power Grid Manager Expects To Avoid Summer BlackoutsElectricity demand in Texas is expected to hit record levels this summer, and with a thin margin of reserve power, the operator of the state's grid says it may have to ask businesses and consumers to conserve.
1 Critical After Truck Leaves Highway, Crashes Through Billboard, Utility PoleOne person was critically injured after a box truck crashed through a billboard and knocked down a power pole in Fort Worth Friday morning.
Oncor Crews Head West To Restore Power After WildfiresMore than 100 utility workers are on the trip. There's no timeline yet on when they'll be back.
Power Back On For Garland Neighborhood That Had Been Without Electricity Since SundayGarland Power and Light was able to energize the neighborhood before Friday’s deadline it had promised customers.
Heatwave Aftershock: Take Steps Now To Lower Next BillExperts advise working to conserve energy as a sure fire way to hold on to more cash.
Roasting Hot! Texans Break ERCOT Energy Use RecordERCOT, the corporation that manages the electric grid for most of the state, broke an energy record on Monday.
Record-Breaking Electricity Usage Expected this SummerElectricity customers are being urged to lock in their rates now.