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The infrastructure package sets aside billions for the power grid. That may not be enough to reshape a system not designed for the extreme weather brought about by a warming planet.
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  • The motorcyclist who died after an accident on S.H. 24 in Campbell has been identified as a 64-year-old man from Sachse.
  • The Texas electric grid is expected to have enough capacity to operate during normal conditions this winter, but the system is still vulnerable to extreme weather events like February's winter storm that spurred statewide blackouts.
  • A former Honey Grove High School teacher and softball coach has been arrested for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student.
  • Omega's Biscuits 'n' Eggs in Commerce and Clark Street Church in Greenville will once again be offering free Thanksgiving dinners this year.