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Running an online business ... when the power goes out
Jess Evans, who runs an Austin trivia company, is "so cold and so worried about the business." A strong internet connection is her priority.
Deep freeze has Texas ranchers concerned about food, water for cattle
The state is limiting natural gas to human resource use, like heating homes.
Winter storms interrupt COVID vaccine distribution
In Austin, as well as at distribution hubs in San Antonio and Dallas, vaccine operations have been paused again Wednesday.
Texas blackouts during deep freeze highlight grid challenges
When it comes to electric power grids, supply and demand need to be in balance.
"We could see our breath indoors": How some Texans are coping
The power's been on and off for almost two days for millions in the Lone Star State.
Cold snaps mean way more demand for natural gas
There’s plenty of natural gas available to heat and power homes through the cold spell that’s gripping much of the U.S. The problem is getting it where it’s needed, and hiccups in that process can mean price spikes. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.