Oncor: Wednesday Morning Storms Cause Power Outages Across North TexasStrong storms and heavy rain on Wednesday morning brought damaging winds and frequent lightning that resulted in tens of thousands across the Metroplex losing power.
Texas Attorney General Says $29 Million In Electric Bills Will Be Forgiven After Suing Griddy EnergyDespite wholesale electricity provider Griddy filing for bankruptcy on March 15, on Tuesday Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the company will forgive $29 million in electric bills.
Severe Storms Possible In North Texas Tuesday Night, Wednesday MorningA line of strong to possibly severe storms will travel in from west to east, passing through the Metroplex in the pre-dawn hours.
At Least 57 People Died Related To Texas' Winter Storms In FebruaryThe Texas Department of State Health Services released preliminary data Monday, March 15 on the number of verified winter storm-related deaths in the state between Feb. 11 and March 5.
Tornadoes Reported In Texas Panhandle During Severe Weather OutbreakSeveral suspected tornadoes touched down Saturday afternoon in the Texas Panhandle between Lubbock and Amarillo, according to the National Weather Service.
Small Business Administration Has Approved $11+ Million In Texas Winter Storms LoansAs Texans continue with repairs from February's winter storms, the Small Business Administration has so far approved more than $11 million in federal disaster loans for businesses and residents.
Large Hail, Damaging Winds Possible In Parts Of North Texas This WeekendA "SLIGHT" risk (in yellow) covers our western counties. Large hail and damaging winds the big threat with these storms.
Damage From Winter Storms Leaves Ronald McDonald House Of Dallas Picking Up PiecesThe Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, a place that gives a temporary home to families and children battling serious injuries or illnesses, faced their own crisis in February after winter weather struck North Texas.
Gardening 101: Ornamental GrassesAround this time of year is when you need to take your shears to your ornamental grasses.
Texas Regulator Sherry Botkin The Latest To Resign After Blackouts During Deadly Winter StormsShe was a Texas utility regulator appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott and Monday she became the second to resign after the deadly February blackouts that left millions without electricity or heat for days.
'The Right Thing To Do,' Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Requests ERCOT To Rectify $16 Billion Error During StormLt. Gov. Dan Patrick has called on the Texas Public Utilities Commission and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to correct the emergency pricing error.
Texas House Unveils Priority Electricity Reforms; Bipartisan Legislation Protects Grid, Infrastructure, RatepayersHouse Speaker Dade Phelan announced the first phase of the House's legislative reforms to protect consumers and strengthen the state's electric grid after last week's marathon hearings.
Deadly Winter Storms Just Latest Disaster To Befall The Needy In TexasThe winter storms that began on Valentine's Day in Texas, which experts say may have caused billions in damage, is just the latest disaster in recent years to disproportionately affect communities of color and poor residents in the state.
Gardening 101: The Benefits Of Buying Bare Root PlantsBare-root plants are lighter and easier to handle. And because pots and soil are not required, they generally cost less.
House Oversight Committee Wants Winter Storm Documents From Grid Operator ERCOTInquiries into the electricity blackouts during the February storms in Texas have now moved to Washington. The House Oversight Committee is investigating the agency that operates the grid in the state.