“I just was surprised at the lack of urgency that I got from some of the officials and the agencies.”
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Wall Street Journal reporters’ analysis of federal pricing data found that the promise of competition in the energy industry did not translate into lower customer prices.
The Valley is already medically underserved, and local leaders say a mistake like the recent one at a UT Health clinic could sow more distrust in the health care system.
Cuts to key programs like public education are in the works despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s promises.
Federal officials say you should file insurance claims before seeking FEMA aid: you’ll get more help, and it will arrive quicker.
“I’m grateful that they helped me and my family. Because I don’t know – we would probably still be at home with no water, in the car.”
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