Like all Texas summers, the summer of 2018 was hot. As it turns out however, experts say it could have been hotter. If the Texas Energy Grid had not been managed and maintained as it was, many of us could have been sweltering through repeated brownouts and blackouts – meaning…
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Looks like millennials are choosing their homes based on factors beyond avocado toast.
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A California man wonders why people are angry at everyone's favorite Texas country artist