Vistra, an energy powerhouse based in Irving, announced plans to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. A key part of that plan is a capital investment of $1.15 billion by 2022 on solar and storage projects in California and Texas.
Columns & Opinions
Having just perused the new statistics for non-fatal to serious vehicle collisions from the CDC (Center For Disease Control,) it has occurred to me that maybe we should give up our cars and trucks for the safety of others.
Texas’ first- and third-largest cities could be in daily commuting distance from each other via the high-speed Texas Central Railroad.
In what is being called the biggest election in U.S. history, more than 60% of Americans are expected to cast a vote in the November 3, 2020, presidential election. It is also predicted that Robertson County will top 35%, but we can do better than that.
While scientists race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is urging everyone to get a flu shot. Texans need to do their part to keep moving forward the state’s recovery from the pandemic, the governor said. Last week, he also eased restrictions placed on businesses in most of Texas. In a new public service announcement, Abbott reminded Texans that flu season already has arrived. Getting a flu shot is especially important this season to help keep hospitalizations down during the state’s ongoing response to COVID-19, he said. “I got mine today,” Abbot said. “I can tell you it is the best way to reduce your chances of contracting and spreading the flu. So protect yourself and loved ones this flu season and get a flu shot today.”