According to a report from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, 97 power sources experienced issues Jan. 6 ranging from frozen instrumentation to fuel restrictions.
Collin Street Bakery’s controller earned $50,000 a year but drove luxury cars, collected expensive wine and draped his wife in jewels and Hermes handbags. Now he’s in federal prison, and his former bosses say they won’t be so trusting again.
Rising demand, production and uncertain prices combine for a bumpy road to more U.S. natural gas use.
Virgin America and Southwest are also vying for the gates being divested by American. Southwest announced Monday it would serve 12 new cities if it gets the gates.
Looks like the best suitor won.
January's polar vortex knocked several important coal-fired electricity plants in Texas offline, and the Sierra Club on Tuesday said the loss of power shows the state needs more wind turbines and energy conservation programs to avoid possible rolling blackouts.
Albertsons, once the market leader in North Texas, has been rebuilding under the ownership of Cerberus Capital Management.
Eligible consumers have until March 31 to enroll for health insurance through the federal marketplace, at healthcare.gov, and receive tax credits to help pay for premiums.
Retail lots sell at Bella Plaza at Montserrat in southwest Fort Worth and residential lots sell at the Resort at Eagle Mountain Lake.
College baseball at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
A twisted East Texas story of greed, deceit, an all too-trusting fruitcake employer and a nearly perfect crime.
Rally at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Arlington.