On Monday, major announcements were made with the resignation of key state energy players after the public request by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to step down.
Two weeks after the Texas deep freeze, millions of trees and shrubs are left dead, and some are clinging to life.
$1.5 million is being invested in the Disaster Home Repair Collaborative, and $150,000 is allocated to Connective, a disaster recovery and preparedness system for the Texas Gulf Coast Region.
The Houston Independent School District is reporting that several of its campuses will be offering virtual instruction through Wednesday, March 3 due to damage caused by the winter storm.
As many people are still recovering from the crippling winter storm, they're now having to worry about price gouging when they hire plumbers. Heather Sullivan has tips to help you avoid astronomical numbers.
Houstonians whose pipes burst in the freeze expecting to be made whole by FEMA may only receive $400 like one Northeast Houston family.
After the crippling winter storm had many relying on portable generators, a Sugar Land man is getting a lot of attention for his cost-effective, permanent, DIY whole-home generator.
The chairwoman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the agency that regulates the state’s electric, telecommunication, and water and sewer utilities, resigned Monday, according to a resignation letter provided to the Texas Tribune.
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, which serves 16 distribution member cooperatives that cater to more than 1.5 million Texans across 68 counties from the Texas Panhandle to Houston, said Monday that it was a “financially robust, stable company” prior to the severe cold weather that hit Texas between February 13 and February 19.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is calling for the resignations of Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) President and CEO Bill Magness and Public Utility Commission (PUC) Chairman DeAnn Walker.
Texas’ attorney general said Monday he’s suing electricity provider Griddy for passing along massive bills to its customers during last month’s winter storm.
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Thousands of homes in Texas remain without running water after 2 weeks since a deadly winter storm paralyzed the state. Hearing the tragic news, a couple of plumbers drove to Texas from New Jersey.
Many of the water issues currently deal with those who rent or live in apartments.
Texas state House committee hearings went on for more than 15 hours as they tried to get answers for what happened during the blackouts brought on by the historic winter storm.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden have arrived in Houston on Friday following a historic winter storm that left millions across the state of Texas without power.
FEMA says that those with insurance applying for federal disaster assistance must also file a claim with their insurance company as soon as possible.
As millions of Texans anxiously waited for their power and water to return last week, one Katy family says it almost became a matter of life and death.
More counties will continue to be re-requested as the state receives information from those who suffered damage due to the recent winter storms.
The Texas Senate held a hearing on the ERCOT power outage that left more than four million state residents without power during last week's crippling winter storm.