Almost six million people in Southern California, Arizona, and Mexico found themselves without power Thursday after something went awry while an employee was carrying out a procedure at an Arizona substation, triggering a massive blackout.
Two Texas groups are among the first to get grants from British Petroleum's Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative to study how last year’s massive oil spill affected the Gulf of Mexico environment, and develop better methods of responding to future spills.
Houston Chronicle Science Reporter Eric Berger is reading the meteorological tea leaves, and he reports today there's an outside chance that a tropical depression in the Caribbean is on a track that could take it into the Gulf of Mexico toward Texas - soon.
The primary manager of Texas’ electric power grid is waving the red warning flags again. They say the state could set another record for power usage this week as the heat wave continues, and people need to use less electricity to keep the entire system from breaking down.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the Canadian company that wants to pipe oil from western Canada to Texas is working with U.S. officials to develop safety standards beyond those required by law, and make the pipeline as safe as possible.
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