The Electric Reliability Council of Texas made a $16 billion error in pricing during the week of the winter storm that caused power outages across the state, according to a filing by its market monitor.
The executive director of Texas Workforce Commission said a half billion dollars had gone out to suspicious claimants, but TWC stopped another $3 billion getting into the wrong hands.
Kroger and Target will still require customers to wear a mask at Texas locations, but other grocers like Albertsons and Tom Thumb now say mask wearing will be optional.
"We ask that all our customers please wear masks in our stores. To protect the safety of our Partners, we will not engage in confrontation."
Retail store Hudson Nonstop allows customers to swipe a credit card when they enter, grab what they want and walk out.
A manual chainsaw that fits right in your pocket. The manufacturer says it’s perfect to clear brush and build shelters, but can it pass the Deal or Dud test?
Amazon updated its app icon, now featuring neutral blue tape partially peeled back without a jagged edge, after some made comparisons to Adolf Hitler's mustache.
If you didn't receive all or any part of your stimulus payments, now is the time to take action. New fine print to figure out this tax season that for millions of Americans will mean finally getting their stimulus payments.
Oat milk will become the coffee chain’s fourth non-dairy option at nationwide locations, alongside soy milk, almond milk and coconut milk.
The Hershey Company recently announced a new addition to the Reese’s line-up that’s very peanut-buttery.
Many people have been pushed into desperate circumstances because of the winter storm.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, announced late Friday that it has revoked electric company Griddy’s right to operate.
The new layout will hit 17 stores this month.
Thousands of people are still short on food, water and the financial resources to repair what's damaged. The city of Arlington is trying to address all those needs in one place.
A Chambers County resident filed a class-action lawsuit against electricity retailer Griddy on Monday, accusing the provider of price gouging customers during last week’s freeze. She is seeking $1 billion in relief for affected customers.
The virtual recovery centers opened by the SBA will give business owners, homeowners, renters and non-profits a chance to get some federal money so they can build again following the devastation of the winter storm.
Some Texas residents are being slammed with electric bills of more than $10,000 after a historic winter storm.
Electric customers across North Texas have been reaching out for help after looking at unbelievable electricity bills. One Griddy customer saw a bill of $17,000.
Did you never receive a stimulus check? Here's what you need to do to claim your money:
Many of the people who have been without power the longest want to know why the burden is not being shared. FOX 4 asked Oncor for a better explanation.