A rematch with its electricity etched all throughout history.
From Dallas to LA, the battle at the Coliseum goes way back and its roots run deep.
— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) January 11, 2019
If the power goes out in Dallas, the electricity inside AAC could keep the city running. ⚡️
— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) April 17, 2019
LOOK: A tornado ripped through Dallas, Texas, Sunday night causing damage to homes and businesses and knocking out electricity to tens of thousands of people. There have been no reports of fatalities or serious injuries, according to officials. pic.twitter.com/tWMZdswWVh
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) October 21, 2019
A Dallas resident surveyed the damage at a local shopping center after a tornado ripped through the area over the weekend, tearing through buildings, uprooting trees and knocking out electricity. https://t.co/kVZ9iItjTj pic.twitter.com/Ho57tBLyzh
— ABC News (@ABC) October 22, 2019
At least one tornado touched down in the Dallas area amid stormy weather on Sunday night, tearing through structures, overturning cars and knocking out electricity for thousands. https://t.co/4jVqxocCxF pic.twitter.com/1rwdlEGFbF
— ABC News (@ABC) October 21, 2019
The Preston Hollow palace has its own water park and two theaters. https://t.co/0imjf9Xmsh
— Dallas Morning News (@dallasnews) January 2, 2020
"Appreciate all the Houston fans and the energy and the electricity that they brought to the stadium today. It was amazing."
Hear from DW4 after the win. pic.twitter.com/Y0fTjIFFDv
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) January 5, 2020
— Santhoff Plumbing (@SanthoffPlumber) December 30, 2019
Starting this month, households in the greater #Houston and #Dallas areas can have Brightbox #SolarPower battery for as little as $0 dollars down. Offering Texans reliable #electricity and greater control over how they #power their lives. The time for #solar is now☀️ pic.twitter.com/zHLewH9gmE
— Sunrun (@Sunrun) August 2, 2019
San Antonio Mayor @Ron_Nirenberg says 70 MPH winds and 3500 lightning strikes affected the electricity of a quarter of a million residents. Many still remain without power. City crews are working to remove debris and assist residents. @TPRNews. pic.twitter.com/onLr1da5eh
— Joey Palacios (@Joeycules) June 7, 2019
Did you know? 46% of San Antonio’s electricity comes from low-carbon natural gas? pic.twitter.com/yymOTmRoi7
— Texans for Nat Gas (@TXforNatGas) August 13, 2018
Want cheaper electricity? Move to San Antonio or Austin https://t.co/tZherN02Xz
— mySA (@mySA) May 21, 2018
— Energy Department (@ENERGY) May 7, 2013
Unlike the San Antonio Water System, CPS Energy denies requests for lists of its customers who have had their electricity or natural gas service shut off. https://t.co/O7Sfz7Domq
— Rivard Report (@RivardReport) December 8, 2019
Commentary: To protect our water – and air and health – we need to limit highway expansion projects and invest in mass transit. https://t.co/isjjQxV24l
— Rivard Report (@RivardReport) January 3, 2020
The San Antonio Water System's Rate Advisory Committee picked affordability as top choice among a list of 10 priorities in setting water and sewer rates. https://t.co/qSxtDkc8Dc
— Rivard Report (@RivardReport) December 29, 2019
San Antonio's Chief Innovation Officer Jose De La Cruz has departed the city for a role with the San Antonio Water System https://t.co/5kczUNzytP #govtech @COSAGOV @MySAWS @jdlc_123 pic.twitter.com/nuAn0j0P7T
— Govtech.com (@govtechnews) November 28, 2018
Austin water use per person hits historic low, city officials say.https://t.co/ovMkKG8YEi
— Mark D. Wilson (@MDWilsonSA) December 24, 2019
Flash #flood warnings continue for the Austin-San Antonio metro areas. 36 road closures in Bexar County, mainly on N side of San Antonio. At least 5 water rescues in San Antonio, so far. Interactive radar: https://t.co/qLY3VEes4z #txwx pic.twitter.com/n1fGQk4LZs
— The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) March 28, 2018
Thank you, #Austin! Water officials announced today that water use in 2019 has dropped to the lowest point since records have been kept! Also, Austin’s total water use has dropped even as population has increased. https://t.co/nIuNuvaZLs #ATXH2O pic.twitter.com/Fuq0uVp6CR
— Austin Water (@AustinWater) December 23, 2019
Colleagues! Delighted to share that I'll be starting as an Asst Prof at UT Austin in Fall 2020. I'm jazzed to join the stellar @txgeosciences faculty and do more exciting #climate/#aerosol/#water research. Students/postdocs, find me @theAGU meeting & join me in beautiful Austin! pic.twitter.com/kOAffzjhwc
— Geeta Persad (@ggpersad) December 3, 2019
Business Facilities' Editor:
Texas Dominated The DECADE
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 6, 2020
A new report shows the Texas economy remains robust going into 2020.
“business conditions continue to improve and a majority of services firms expect stronger revenues in 2020”
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 5, 2020
Your county already helped you this morning.
— Texas Counties (@TexasCounties) January 2, 2020
Fracking has spurred a historic U.S. energy boom during the past decade that has reduced household energy bills, buoyed the national economy and reshaped geopolitics.
— Texans for Nat Gas (@TXforNatGas) January 3, 2020
Texas Petro Index March/Q1: Activity Down But TX Oil & Gas Economy Expanding OILMAN Magazine pic.twitter.com/bqDT60eFUL
— Oilman Magazine (@OilmanMagazine) January 1, 2020
Richard Parker: Slowing economy means politicians need to do what’s best for Texas cities [Opinion] https://t.co/KGYriJOz6p
— Houston Chronicle (@HoustonChron) January 3, 2020
From droughts and superstorms in Texas to wildfires in Australia, the climate crisis is a global challenge unlike any we have ever faced.
— Julie Oliver (@JulieOliverTX) January 2, 2020
As the Canadian liberal leader @JustinTrudeau
tries to destroy Canada's oil sector in the name of CC. Texas is building pipelines and growing its oil sector.
Justin Trudeau is destroying Canada's economy for no reason. https://t.co/AyuCoOcMwf
— Mr Duff🚒🐕🏌️♂️ (@jim_duffus) January 5, 2020
Texas #Manufacturing #Outlook Survey indicated broader #business conditions were mixed in December. Current activity was slightly negative while #expectations remained optimistic. Goods news for #economy is that #production and new #orders both rebounded into positive territory. pic.twitter.com/tPzOJudKBL
— Dr Thomas Kevin Swift (@DrTKSwift) December 30, 2019
#TX12 defense industry continues to impress, exceeding production goals, lowering costs, and creating more North Texas careers in 2019. Strong district economy, strong national defense! Great news to end the year.https://t.co/lAi1v9dDdF
— Rep. Kay Granger (@RepKayGranger) January 1, 2020
The Anzaldua family and our friends at @NatButterflies are correct: border wall construction will lead to flooding that will damage properties, endanger people and wildlife, and hurt the Rio Grande Valley's economy. One more reason we say #NoBorderWall. https://t.co/qb3pwOzcoh
— Texas Civil Rights Project (@TXCivilRights) January 6, 2020
The % you quote is just for west region.
The three regions that contribute the most to the economy are the Far West (18.6%), Southeast (21.3%), and Mideast (18.2%). California (13.3%), Texas (9.5%), and New York (8.1%) have the largest economies in the country.#BURN https://t.co/Fd2WA981dJ pic.twitter.com/qdX8RXz4Di
— NewAmericanHope (@MonicaCfromMI) January 7, 2020