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    Millions of people in Texas awoke on Wednesday without heat again, as catastrophic power failures continued to plague the state following a historic winter storm that has killed 23 people so far.   A week of below-freezing temperatures has knocked about a third of the state's generating capacity offline, resulting in the greatest forced blackout in U.S. history and exposing the weaknesses of Texas' unique approach to power grid management. Experts blame Texas' independent energy grid, which avoids regulation in favor of market incentives, for allowing generators to shirk preparations for a once-in-a-decade winter storm. Texas is the only contiguous state with its own power grid, meaning it is not linked to other states and so cannot borrow power from them. It's a 'Wild West market design based only on short-run prices,' Matt Breidert, a portfolio manager at a firm called TortoiseEcofin, told the Washington Post.  Around 3.4 million people in Texas were without power early Wednesday, according to poweroutage.us. That includes 1.4 million people in the Houston metropolitan area. A quarter of homes in Dallas were dark.  More than 3...
    SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Filip Forsberg scored in regulation and overtime, and the Nashville Predators beat the Florida Panthers 6-5 on Thursday night. Forsberg also had three assists as Nashville stopped a two-game slide. Matt Duchene scored twice, and Roman Josi and Calle Jarnkrok had the other goals for the Predators. Nashville was down 5-3 before Josi scored with 2:06 left in the third. Duchene then tied it with his second of the season with 56.8 seconds left in regulation. Forsberg skated in on a breakaway in overtime and beat Sergei Bobrovsky through the goaltender’s legs at 4:00. Bobrovsky finished with 35 saves. Juuse Saros started for Nashville and allowed five goals on 24 shots. Pekka Rinne finished the game, making 12 saves. More from CBSMiami.com Neighbor Describes FBI Shooting Suspect David Huber As A ‘Loner’ ‘Something Went Awfully, Awfully Wrong’ Says Former FBI Agent On Shooting Deaths Of FBI Agents Will Most Likely Lead To Warrant Service Modifications Jonathan Huberdeau had three goals and two assists for the Panthers. It was his first career hat trick. Huberdeau’s second goal,...
    BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Chelsea Gray scored 20 points, Candace Parker tied it in regulation and drew a key charge in overtime as the Los Angeles Sparks rallied to beat the Atlanta Dream 93-85 on Friday night. Courtney Williams made a free-throw line jumper with 3.7 seconds left in regulation to give Atlanta a 79-77 lead. After a timeout, Parker took an inbound pass and drove the lane to tie it with a layup at the buzzer. Glory Johnson opened the extra session with a long jumper, but Atlanta didn’t score again until Betnijah Laney’s basket with 35.9 seconds left. Parker had 17 points, nine rebounds and five assists for Los Angeles (9-3), which has won six straight games. Sydney Wiese added 15 points, Nneka Ogwumike scored 14 and Brittney Sykes 12. Johnson paced Atlanta (2-11) with 23 points on 10-of-16 shooting. Williams and Shekinna Stricklen each scored 16 points. Atlanta has lost 10 straight since beating New York on July 31. Stricklen sank a contested 3-pointer with 6.3 seconds left in the third quarter to cap a 12-1...
    Getty Pictures Celtics Jayson Tatum makes a 3 pointer over Magic Gary Clark within the fourth quarter Daniel Theis’ pivotal block on D.J. Augustin with 22.eight seconds left in regulation of Sunday’s 122-119 Celtics time beyond regulation win over the Magic set the stage for Jayson Tatum’s second massive shot of the night time. The Celtics had been on the verge of erasing a five-point deficit. After Kemba Walker’s key offensive rebound/behind-the-back move landed in Tatum’s fingers from behind the arc with 39.Three seconds left, Tatum stored his composure. He served Magic ahead Gary Clark a fast pump-fake that despatched Clark swinging, dribbled to his left, stepped into his shot, and drained a 3-pointer (112-110). With lower than 10 seconds left and the ball in his fingers, All-Star veteran Kemba Walker, who completed the night time 1-for-9 from the ground, didn’t hesitate – he handed it to Tatum for the final shot. Tatum backed down Magic guard Marquelle Fultz with a few dribbles to create house, turned left right into a fade-away...
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