Texas Tribune's Twitter Profile Analysis @texastribune on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 22/02/2021 to 28/02/2021.

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Texas plants emitted 3.5 million pounds of excess pollution during the winter storm. Neighborhoods near industrial facilities are majority Black and Latino which has resulted in disproportionate health impacts from air pollution for those residents. https://t.co/LiMMWORbx5
28 Feb, 2021 - 02:00 AM UTC
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The historic winter storm wiped out most of South Texas' citrus crop and halted dairy processing in the Panhandle for days. Cream cheeses, ice cream and powdered milk will be hard to find in some areas of the state, at least in the short term. https://t.co/trePeXGx71
28 Feb, 2021 - 01:00 AM UTC
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The deregulated power grid in Texas means no one company owns all the power plants, transmission lines and distribution networks. About 60% of Texas customers choose between dozens of power retailers on an open market. Here's how the system works. https://t.co/J5PrL0ZpQg
28 Feb, 2021 - 12:00 AM UTC
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New: The FDA approved Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine today for use in the U.S. Texas could initially receive more than 200,000 doses, according to @TexasDSHS, but the agency hasn’t received a timeline for when they would arrive. https://t.co/ThYciVjpXn
27 Feb, 2021 - 11:42 PM UTC
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Texas workers struggle to pay for groceries and rent after losing wages during winter storm: https://t.co/EgbgHTbpMi https://t.co/wp18i2GxIW
27 Feb, 2021 - 11:15 PM UTC
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Many counties have begun reporting coronavirus numbers again after the winter storm disrupted data reporting last week and fewer Texans were tested. https://t.co/bPTNb06Mb4
27 Feb, 2021 - 11:01 PM UTC
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Energy + policy experts say Texas’ decision not to require equipment upgrades to better withstand extreme cold left the power system unprepared for last week's crisis. https://t.co/ueBYBqobIT Watch the latest episode of The Texas Legislature, explained: https://t.co/gXG6g0M2fe https://t.co/UnQGY49xOX
27 Feb, 2021 - 10:31 PM UTC
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Oil refineries, chemical plants and other industrial operators emitted 3.5 million pounds of excess pollution during the winter storm and power crisis in Texas. That’s nearly as much air pollution released last summer during Hurricane Laura. https://t.co/ZMwaFLM1nS
27 Feb, 2021 - 10:00 PM UTC
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The winter storm will have lasting effects on citrus growers in the Rio Grande Valley after the extended freeze damaged citrus blooms that would become fruit for the next season’s harvest. “This will last well into 2021 and 2022,” said one grower. https://t.co/Ed1MqfWgME
27 Feb, 2021 - 08:00 PM UTC
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Jayla Allen was her family’s third generation to attend @PVAMU. She became the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging Waller County violated the constitutional rights and federal protections for Black voters when it set up its 2018 early voting schedule. https://t.co/oW7i9prHGY
27 Feb, 2021 - 06:32 PM UTC
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ICYMI: Catastrophic Texas power outages prompt finger pointing and blame shifting at #TXlege hearings https://t.co/JRjqOiVrXj
27 Feb, 2021 - 06:30 PM UTC
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🎧 Listen: Rural Texas communities face long recoveries and stretched budgets without federal aid https://t.co/3LxDHAqEdT
27 Feb, 2021 - 05:30 PM UTC
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As this month’s winter storm left millions without power or ways to get to work, hourly wage workers across the state lost income. Many Texans are having to choose between buying groceries and paying rent on time. https://t.co/eNimj02IZu
27 Feb, 2021 - 04:58 PM UTC
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Who is in charge of the Texas power grid? And who's responsible when the lights go out? Here's how the deregulated power grid works. https://t.co/I68XT6PH6K
27 Feb, 2021 - 04:00 PM UTC
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The U.S. House passed the $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package, but the provision to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour isn't likely to make it through the Senate. https://t.co/yfn961FkWj
27 Feb, 2021 - 03:01 PM UTC

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Debbie Gosnell, city manager of Cross Plains, says it could take months for her community to recover without aid. Listen to our conversation on this week's Weekend Brief from the @TexasTribune https://t.co/SyM8QYBQpJ
27 Feb, 2021 - 10:06 PM UTC
Duncan Agnew
Many hourly wage workers in Texas lost work during last week's winter storm. Now, some of them face an impossible choice: using their limited funds to either buy groceries or pay rent on time. My latest for @TexasTribune https://t.co/RU72wd9dBD
27 Feb, 2021 - 08:13 PM UTC
As millions of Texans endured days without power and water, experts and news organizations pointed to unheeded warnings in a federal report that examined the 2011 winter storm and offered recommendations for preventing future problems. (via @TexasTribune) https://t.co/b95gWFxaZO
27 Feb, 2021 - 07:21 PM UTC
Todd Wiseman
Check out this podcast episode produced by talented multimedia fellow @Jackson_Brton and why not subscribe to the daily audio brief while you’re at it? https://t.co/9WKWaBlr3Z https://t.co/vWxCY7TPrq
27 Feb, 2021 - 06:19 PM UTC
Julian Aguilar
After waiting in Mexico for nearly two years, a small group of asylum seekers was allowed into El Paso, Texas to pursue asylum claims. Mexican and American officials said about 25 ppl a day will be admitted for the next few weeks. #immigration #mpp https://t.co/5UbyXDgibD
26 Feb, 2021 - 10:15 PM UTC
So yesterday we @TexasTribune got an interesting question from a reader: Why did HHSC spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on ice cream? 🤔 Let me show you how we got her an answer!
26 Feb, 2021 - 05:18 PM UTC
We took a look at the "neglected" Sul Ross campuses near the U.S.-Mexico border last year. Students and teachers said they were stuck with broken technology, unreliable Wi-Fi, and few resources. “We don't want to be forgotten,” one student said. https://t.co/t1L9vDDtsD https://t.co/AGBLu4zvxH
26 Feb, 2021 - 04:25 PM UTC
Evan Smith
Coming tmrw at 6am: First batch of results from new UT/@texastribune poll: * @joebiden overall approval + #coronavirus response * Should Trump be barred from running for office? Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter, to get results in your inbox https://t.co/JdY54Qroez
26 Feb, 2021 - 12:08 AM UTC
Juan Pablo Garnham
After a long period of uncertainty during the pandemic, looks like rents in Texas' biggest cities are picking up again, according to data from @robnock_ at @ApartmentList https://t.co/hvoHCxuWmp
25 Feb, 2021 - 10:20 PM UTC
Ren Larson 🌵
If you've been confused about how Texas' power grid works, you're not alone. My fellow visual learners, click here. https://t.co/Eie7AAirZ5 Send thanks to @darlacameron @emilyalbracht @erinmdouglas23 @MitchellFerman and the @TexasTribune
25 Feb, 2021 - 10:04 PM UTC
Jolie McCullough
I love when deep reporting can show how close the present is to our troubled past. @alexazura tells of the fight against voter suppression at Texas' oldest Black university — from the 1970s to now. https://t.co/3orddtPOET
25 Feb, 2021 - 09:02 PM UTC
Patrick Svitek
.@JohnCornyn says he's "hoping to make arrangements to join" @POTUS tomorrow in Houston. "We're working on the logistics for that right now."
25 Feb, 2021 - 08:51 PM UTC
Patrick Svitek
.@JohnCornyn, asked about Cruz's Cancun trip: "I know people are angry. They were hurting. … I’m gonna let Ted handle those questions himself. I think he said it was a mistake, and I think he called that one correctly. But I don’t really have anything further to add on that."
25 Feb, 2021 - 08:44 PM UTC
Patrick Svitek
Will Biden have a message for Texas leaders about how they could better prepare? Psaki: "There's plenty of time to have a policy discussion about better weatherization, better preparations, & I'm sure that's one that will be had, but right now we're focused on" relief & updates.
25 Feb, 2021 - 07:34 PM UTC
Kate McGee
New: @UTAustin extends temporary suspension of SAT/ACT requirement for fall 2022 applicants: https://t.co/B11FPH2fji
25 Feb, 2021 - 07:28 PM UTC