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ERCOT Asks Texans to Conserve. But What Happened to February's Costly Energy Bills?
By Simone Carter
ERCOT Warns Power Outages Possible This Week If Folks Don’t Conserve Energy Pronto
By Schaefer Edwards
Dallas Animal Services Doesn’t Cry Wolf. When They Ask for Help, They Need It.
By Jacob Vaughn
With a Record Number of Homeless in North Texas, Black People Remain Overrepresented
After a Rough Year on Farms and Ranches, a Texas Brewery Offers Help
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
ERCOT: A Policy Failure Through Lack of Imagination
By Blake Jones
New City Program Can Help Dallas Homeowners with Storm Damage
A Local Cattle Rancher's Winter Storm: Cows on Ice, Abandoned Calves and a Missing Leg
The City Cracked Down on Camp Rhonda. Now its Homeless Residents Have to Split Up.
After Winter Storm, $1 Billion Class Action Lawsuit Puts Heat on Griddy
By Patrick Strickland
Dallas Restaurants Feel the Sting of Losing Valentine's Day and Fat Tuesday
Eaux Neaux! Crawfish Farmers Worry the Recent Cold Snap May Have Been a Killer.
As Freeze Thaws, North Texans Worry about Cost of Winter Storm Damage
Boil Advisories, Busted Pipes and Low Pressure: Water Problems Hit North Texas After Storm
With the Lights Out, North Texas Restaurants Become De Facto Warming Stations
Dallas Residents Defy Winter Storm to Help Neighbors in Need
New Rapid COVID-19 Tests Help Get Homeless Into Dallas Shelters
Risking Fines From the City, OurCalling Helps Shelter the Homeless
Giant Saharan Dust Plume to Paint North Texas Skies Orange This Weekend
Growing Pains: Stress Is Killing Farmers, But These Texans Keep Plowing Ahead
By Meredith Lawrence
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