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.
Electricity providers are offering help to their own customers who are struggling to pay bills after the crippling winter storm that hit Texas.
Those still without water say they’ve had to get buckets of water from the pool just to flush the toilet, and they’re not getting answers from their property managers on when conditions will improve.
The recent blackouts that left 4 million Texas customers without electricity and heat during a deadly winter freeze also unplugged plants that could have generated more power, which was urgently needed as the state’s grid reached the breaking point, the head of a major energy corporation said Thursday.
It was hard enough for many people to deal with below freezing temperatures and trying to keep their families safe, but a Houston-area doctor says there was another level of stress for many people who need important prescription medications.
Texans can call 844-844-3089 between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM seven days a week to submit their disaster damage information.
Five out of seven mobile homes on Reaves Street are still without water due to broken pipes, and that’s only part of the damage caused by the ice and snow.
Plumbers seem to be the most popular people in town as thousands still need to have their pipes repaired after they ruptured in last week's freeze. Many plumbers are no longer accepting appointments because they're booked for weeks to come.
Plumbers are in high demand in the Houston area thanks to problems caused by the big freeze. Plumbers say they are working around the clock to fix all the burst pipes caused by the big freeze in Texas.
Less than week after the deadly Texas blackout, the president and board of the state's Electric Reliability Council conducted a public autopsy of what many view as an epic and preventable fail.
ERCOT laid out how it handled the energy crisis during the big freeze, which drew support from some and criticism from others.
Five ERCOT board members will resign on Wednesday, according to a notice to the Public Utility Commission.
Deputies discovered the tiger after receiving a call concerning a “tiger in the cold.”
Houston Public Works is now asking customers to, “please pay what you paid on your last bill until automatic adjustments can be applied.”
The Houston Humane Society is full and offering a special to help get animals adopted after last week's severe winter weather.