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By Jack Flagler |
By Jack Flagler
As many as 31 stores across nine states will be shuttered as Fry's Electronics fizzles out due to market changes and the pandemic.
ERCOT's CEO offered details into what led to the massive blackouts that left millions of Texans in the cold last week.
'Bad data is worse than no data': Austin health officials unsure how storm affected coronavirus spread
Weekly testing and hospitalization averages will not be updated by Austin Public Health until Feb. 27.
Four new businesses have recently opened in or are coming soon to north Central Austin.
The Texas Climate Action Act would require the development of a climate action plan to help alleviate future climate-related disasters and establish goals for reducing emissions for 2030, 2040 and 2050.
The city of Austin has directed additional funds into programs to help some homeowners with repairs following February's winter storm.
Some 3,000 people will be vaccinated at a drive-thru event at the Circuit of The Americas this weekend.
Water quality tests have shown that city water is now safe to drink, and Austin Water continues to repair water mains and leaks.
Austin's water director said water main breaks during the winter storm were the likely culprit behind the draining of the city's reserves.
Boil notice lifted for most Austin Water customers; remains in effect for Southwest, Northwest parts of city
Boil water notices are still in place for several Austin residents.
APH is currently in the process of rescheduling 3,300 vaccine appointments that were postponed beginning on Feb. 13.
Austin ISD is distributing meals at 33 campuses across the city of Austin.