Winter storms that hit Texas and much of the south in February created a natural gas price spike, driving up the price of natural gas ten times more than normal in some parts of the state. Those costs will soon be passed to customers and the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission is collecting public comment to better understand the impact.
Those that came together weren’t just gathering to honor George Floyd. They were fighting for something they believe could bring change, the George Floyd Act.
The UK coronavirus variant B.1.1.7 has been detected at most wastewater treatment plants in Houston, suggesting “ongoing and uncontrolled community spread” of the strain, health officials say.
President Joe Biden's national climate adviser says. the deadly winter storm that caused widespread power outages in Texas and other states is a “wake-up call” for the United States to build energy systems and other infrastructure that are more reliable.
Another 1,700 sea turtles are safe and back in their ocean home after volunteers and rescue groups pulled thousands of the cold-stunned reptiles from Texas waters during a deadly winter storm.
Deputies discovered the tiger after receiving a call concerning a “tiger in the cold.”
A Houston-area woman is suing the utility company Griddy for over $1 billion, according to a lawsuit filed in Harris County District Court.
President Joe Biden will travel to Houston this week to discuss recovery and relief efforts following the winter storm in Texas.
Some Texas residents are being slammed with electric bills of more than $10,000 after a historic winter storm.
A mariachi band played as protestors gathered outside the Houston home of Senator Ted Cruz, who came under fire last week for traveling to Cancun during a winter storm in Texas.
The surge in pricing is hitting Texans who have chosen to pay wholesale prices for their power, which is typically cheaper than paying fixed rates during good weather.
The cold has loosened and the power’s back on for most Texans, but now burst pipes have flooded thousands of homes. And fixing pipes is one thing. Fixing a whole state is another.
An Arizona man took it upon himself to head to Texas to help with restoring homes with water damage during a series of winter storms that left the Lone Star State devastated with no heat and undrinkable water.
The extreme winter weather that left residents of Texas and other Southern states shivering through an unseasonal cold spell is testing President Joe Biden's disaster management skills.
Government and private meteorologists saw it coming, some nearly three weeks in advance. They started sounding warnings two weeks ahead of time. They talked to officials. They issued blunt warnings through social media.
As pipes thaw, more emergencies at homes and businesses will happen across North Texas. One Dallas woman's car was covered in ice after she parked under a pipe that burst.
Officials in Texas say the winter storm that knocked out power and water to millions of residents is providing an opportunity for some unscrupulous merchants to take advantage of the situation by charging exorbitant prices for essential supplies.
A local firefighter in Odessa, Texas was caught on video rescuing a dog separated from her owner and trapped in a semi-frozen pond.
A Minneapolis family is among the millions experiencing the storm crisis in Texas.
Some hospitals in Texas were dealing with water shortages, loss of heat and have even been forced to evacuate patients following a deadly blast of winter weather this week.