Texas Public Utilities Commission Chair DeAnn Walker Resigns Following Outcry Over Power Grid FailuresCalls for her resignation came during hearings last week, following the failure of Texas' power grid during the winter storms which left about four million Texans without power for days during the coldest temperatures in decades.
Fighting Water Rate Increase In Lavon Could Cost CustomersTo fight the appeal, the water board warned customers they could have to pay $63.61 each.
Small North Texas Town Going Without WaterPeople who live in Horseshoe Bend in Parker County say this is just the latest water issue in an ordeal that goes back months.
State Officials To Consider Frisco's Plan To Bury Power LinesAfter years of fighting over power lines, it looks like a group of homeowners may get their way and have the lines buried rather than hanging overhead.
Texas Marks 10 Years Since Electric DeregulationThis week marks the tenth anniversary of electric deregulation in Texas, but the state won't be getting a congratulatory note from one watchdog group any time soon.
ERCOT Concerned About Electric Usage As Schools Begin YearThe Electric Reliability Council of Texas is a little worried about what's going to happen on the first day of school across the state.
ERCOT Study: Deregulation Didn't WorkDelia Villareal of Arlington cooks three meals a day for herself and her husband, so she's not happy to hear about a new study finding Texas residents have paid nearly $11.5 billion dollars more than they should have for electricity since deregulation in 2002.