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Tanya Eiserer


Dallas, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Tanya:

Texas power grid operator ERCOT has named a new CEO

The selection of Pablo Vegas to head the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, comes about a year and half after a devastating February’s 2021 winter stor → Read More

Testimony on Day 4 of Yaser Said trial shares graphic details in teen girls' murder

Testimony on Friday also included details about how Said's family allegedly helped him evade capture for years. → Read More

Ex-wife of Yaser Said testifies on day 3 of capital murder trial: 'I was just scared'

Patricia Owens saw her former husband and the father of their children for the first time in 14 years. → Read More

4 minutes and 39 seconds | Jurors hear 911 call of 2 teens dying after allegedly shot by their father, Yaser Said

There are cries and moans heard on the 4-minute and 39-second call, then silence. → Read More

Testimony begins in capital murder trial of Yaser Said, man accused of killing his two daughters 12 years ago

Yaser Said is accused of killing his daughters because they were dating American boyfriends. His defense says he's being persecuted for being Muslim. → Read More

Timeline: What we know about the Texas elementary school shooting suspect

Questions still remain about how much time passed between the first alert and the suspect's death. → Read More

‘The smell is putrid death’: They had a nice place in the country – until hundreds of thousands of chickens moved in next door

Sanderson Farms, which is expanding throughout the state of Texas, says their chicken growers follow Texas air quality rules, best practices. → Read More

Watch: North Texas man, wife learns that he's not returning to prison for crime he didn't commit

Walter Roy spent almost three decades in prison for a shooting in Fort Worth. Prosecutors, witnesses and police agreed that he didn't do it. → Read More

'I was basically an administrator': He was a 6th grader when he hacked a school system. The lack of security made it too easy

Something similar can – and did – happen in North Texas. We’ll tell you all about it tonight at 10 p.m. → Read More

'I was basically an administrator': He was a 6th grader when he hacked a school system. The lack of security made it too easy

Something similar can – and did – happen in North Texas. We’ll tell you all about it tonight at 10 p.m. → Read More

Texas energy demand projected to pass last winter, but here's the difference

ERCOT's latest forecast Thursday projected a peak demand of 74,700 megawatts at 8 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Natural gas providers notify ERCOT of supply reductions: What that means for the power grid

A winter storm heading for North Texas will result in natural gas curtailments, or reductions, in "some instances" in the Dallas area, officials said. → Read More

Natural gas giant threatens to cut off fuel for power plants in multimillion-dollar winter storm fee dispute

Dallas-based Energy Transfer says the gas will continue to flow to Luminant's power plants, but did not say for how long. Meanwhile, winter weather approaches. → Read More

Who is Aafia Siddiqui? Details on the woman mentioned during negotiations by the man who took a North Texas synagogue hostage

The woman who is currently imprisoned for trying to kill American service members was reportedly mentioned by the suspect of the hostage situation in Colleyville. → Read More

In sworn affidavits, Dallas court staffers deny allegations that employee impersonated judge on Zoom

The Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Associations made the allegations against Judge Amber Givens in a complaint filed in late November. → Read More

New Year's weekend cold front in Texas looks to test improved power grid

Experts say this cold front is not as severe as February 2021 but will serve as an important first test. → Read More

PUC imposes new winterization rule on the state's power generators and transmission companies

The new rule is what federal regulators told the state to do 10 years ago. Texas waited until after millions lost power and hundreds lost their lives. → Read More

Affidavit: Shell casing found outside Dallas apartment explosion matches gun found on suspect

Dallas police caught a lucky break after a resident found the shell casing and turned it over to police, records show. → Read More

Probe into Tarrant water district could impact Atatiana Jefferson case

Former Officer Aaron Dean’s lead attorney serves on the board that’s under investigation. → Read More

4 firefighters injured in explosion at Dallas apartment building, sources say

The fire at 11 a.m. was still producing flames and heavy smoke, and at least half of the apartment building appeared to be badly damaged. → Read More