Posted on · Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics.
Posted on · ERCOT issued an Energy Emergency Alert Level 2 on Sept. 6, meaning there was less than 2,000 megawatts of spare capacity left on the state’s grid. The warning came after ERCOT reported 10 new all-time peak demand records this summer.
Posted on · A local conservationist talks about the many species of bats that live in greater Houston and what they do for our natural environment.
Posted on · ERCOT has called on generators to push all available electricity to the grid as rising demand threatens to surpass the state’s power supply. If that fails, rolling blackouts are likely to begin.
Posted on · The Biden administration is working on the standard as fights continue in Texas courts over a state law that would void local ordinances mandating water breaks for outdoor workers.
Posted on · TEMPO, a $90 million pollution monitor that orbits the Earth, was launched into space in April and is expected to be fully operational by October.
Posted on · Experts say Texans should be prepared in the event that rolling blackouts are needed.
Posted on · When it comes to protecting your home or business from dangerous airborne chemicals, distance matters.
Posted on · “The economic model was flawed from the very beginning. It hasn’t improved any… during tight periods.”
Posted on · Houston Chronicle columnist Chris Tomlinson discusses the role pipeline operators and traders may have played during the freezing weather and walks us through lawsuits filed in the 2.5 years since, all of which is outlined in his four-part series for the paper.
Posted on · Residents and businesses in the fast-growing suburb west of Houston are limited to watering their landscapes twice per week until further notice, with violators subject to fines or having their water turned off by the city.
Posted on · The lawsuit seeks $1 million in damages, claiming the three-day blaze at Shell’s Deer Park facility caused air and water pollution that violated state law.
Posted on · The fire erupted Sunday afternoon at the Living Earth facility at 5802 Crawford Rd. and could take up to a week to be extinguished. No injuries or fatalities have been reported.
Posted on · A decade-long vision to operate a bullet train between Texas' two largest cities, which appeared to have stalled, is potentially moving forward again.
Posted on · The electricity market in Texas is doing exactly what it's designed to do — and most customers probably won't notice any effect on their bill.