Oncor Workers Heading To Florida Before Hurricane DorianEmployees and contractors with Oncor are acting preemptively and sending help to Florida before Hurricane Dorian makes landfall.
ERCOT Urging Conservation Of Electricity Through 7 PM Due To High Texas Temps"High temperatures have resulted in record electricity demand over the last few days and may result in a new record today."
Oncor: Power Restored To All Customers After Sunday StormsOncor said Thursday night power has been restored to the 350,000 customers who lost electricity during Sunday's storms.
Back In Business But Storms Take A Bite Out Of Cane Rosso's RevenueSunday's storm took a big bite out of Cane Rosso White Rock's revenue, because, when you're a pizza restaurant, no power means no dough.
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.
Oncor To Customers: Prepare For Multi-Day Outage Event, Stay With Family Or FriendsThe peak number of outages as a result of Sunday’s storms was more than 350,000 customers.
Authorities Respond To 'Street Racing' Accident In Denton CountyDenton County authorities responded to a vehicle accident that they believe was the result of "street racing" Saturday night.
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.
Neighbors Hope Grassroots Effort Will Halt Oncor Cutting TreesIt’s an area Richard and Bonnie Brown call their “urban forest” - three quarters of a mile of trees that separate the Tollway from their North Dallas neighborhood.