Primarily Primates in Leon Springs thanked people who came to the aid of the animals after it lost power for four days.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar warned CPS Energy and ERCOT could be held accountable, but it is still far too early to point fingers.
Emergency services have been urging people to stay off the ice amid warming temperatures in the Chicago area.
Nearly 100,000 Mississippi residents were without power by noon local time on Friday.
A grocery store trip turned into a rescue mission for one black Labrador retriever, and it's a good thing Kristin Salinas already had her groceries.
More than 1,000 Texas public water systems and 177 of the state's 254 counties have reported weather-related operational disruptions, which impacted more than 14 million people.
State officials said they requested the EPA provide two mobile labs to assist with water sample testing.
In a statement issued on Thursday morning, NCDHHS stated that they have "been notified by the federal government of continued delays in some shipments and deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine this week due to severe weather. Both first and second dose shipments have been impacted."
"The destruction and damage to kind of every aspect of our system was significant. The storm was unprecedented and came in three waves which created its own set of challenges," Elizabeth Lattanner, a spokesperson for Portland General Electric told Newsweek.
A rare winter storm blanketed swathes of the Middle East, from Saudi Arabia to Syria and Libya to Lebanon, in snow.
The company has been criticized over the widespread power outages in the state amid freezing temperatures.
Houston Public Works said that "individuals without power to boil water are advised to use bottled water."
Vaccine shipment delays were reported in several southern and Midwestern states, including Texas, Florida, Georgia and Michigan.
"Corporations shouldn't be allowed to profit off our suffering," the congresswoman wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning.
As millions of Texas residents remain without power due to an unprecedented winter storm, recently captured satellite imagery shows a decrease in nighttime lights in the state from the previous week.
A bout of extremely cold weather affecting vast swathes of the United States has left millions of people without power in Texas.
Primarily Primates in San Antonio said it will not know the full extent of the casualties until the snow has melted.
More than 240 cold temperature records could be broken across the U.S. today as temperatures remain below freezing for millions.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport closed the airport on Monday and won't reopen until Tuesday.
Energy companies have been directed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to rotate power outages.
Texas is currently the worst hit state when it comes to the number of customers without power.
Texans are sharing videos of streets in cities like Dallas and San Antonio covered in a heavy blanket of snow.
The National Weather Service has said the "frigid Arctic air" will remain across the central U.S. and continue expanding south.
The NWS's prediction center has forecast potential for snow and ice across Washington and Oregon between Thursday and Saturday. Additional storms are taking shape from Arkansas to Kentucky.
The incident was prompted by severe road conditions after sleet and freezing rain fell overnight in Fort Worth.
The body of the man, who has not yet been named, was discovered frozen in a small landscaping pond at his home in Vermilion, a city in Erie and Lorain counties.
Delta flight 2231 was leaving for Atlanta at around 6.30 p.m. with close to 80 people onboard when it "exited a taxiway prior to takeoff."
John Honesto, 67, who went missing in March 2018, was identified using dental records, a sheriff's statement said.