TEXAS

Texas Announces More Funding For Schools With Attendance Drops Due To Covid-19
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Yesterday the Texas Education Agency along with Gov. Greg Abbott announced that public schools across Texas will be given additional…
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ERCOT Chief Bill Magness Has Been Fired
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Following a closed door ERCOT board meeting Wednesday night, CEO Bill Magness has been given a 60-day termination notice.  The move…
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Texas Governor To End Statewide Mandatory Mask Order
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced at a new conference in Lubbock, Texas that it’s time to “open Texas 100%” and said he is ordering the…
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Texas Electric Providers Begin Filing Bankruptcy As ERCOT Demands Record Payments
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During the recent winter storm outages that saw 12 million Texans without power, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)…
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ERCOT Wednesday Board Meeting Gives More Details But Fails To Take Accountability For Blackout
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Yesterday the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) held an emergency board meeting where it released more detailed information…
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BNSF Train Derails Near Cameron, Texas Causing Explosion
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A semi-truck collided with a Burlington Northern Sante Fe (BNSF) train yesterday just outside of Cameron, Texas according to the Cameron…
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Lawsuits Against ERCOT And Power Company Filed For Boy Who Froze To Death in Texas
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A new $100 million lawsuit has been filed against the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) who operate the electrical grid in…
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Texas Issues New Orders Limiting Rotating Blackouts To 12 Hours, But Will That Work?
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Following winter storm Uri’s devastating affects on Texas, the Public Utility Commission of Texas has ordered that a rotating power…
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No Water or Boil Water Alerts Are In Place For 332 Texas Municipalities
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In "another failing of the Texas infrastructure" says Tammy Wilson of Forth Worth, as of Thursday morning there are 332 local…
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Most of Houston Area Has No Running Water Or Electricity, Just Like North Korea
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America’s third largest county is without water as the severe winter storm continues to hold its grip over the Houston metro area.  The…
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