For the first time, seismologists are using the word “swarm” to describe all of the rumbling in and around the city of Irving.
It was the Fall of 2013 when the Dallas Safari Club attracted worldwide attention for putting together an auction for the chance to hunt a black rhino in Africa. The Club opened its 2015 convention Thursday, absent of that kind of controversy.
Once again — the earth is moving in Irving. The United States Geological Survey has confirmed a 2.3 magnitude tremor happened at 1:02 p.m.
General Motors is expected to roll out a new electric vehicle priced for the masses, one that is cheaper than its current electric car, which has not sold as well as expected.
The USGS has confirmed a Thursday afternoon temblor near Midlothian. Minutes after releasing that conformation, the USGS released information about two additional tremors that happened earlier in Irving.
With a reported 12 earthquakes in nearly a 24-hour span in the Irving area, homeowner are now bracing for the next movement.
Officials in Irving continue their search for what may be triggering the recent swarm of earthquakes dogging Dallas’ neighbor to the west.
The question at check-out for some Dallas shoppers is no longer paper or plastic, it’s whether to pay a fee or bring your own bags.
The future of water rates in Dallas is up for debate on Tuesday in Austin. That debate is centered around a dispute between the City of Dallas and the Sabine River Authority.
A lightning strike on a Collin County power supply caused a water station to spill more than 650,000 gallons of raw sewage into Spring Creek — a tributary of Lake Ray Hubbard.
Somewhere in north Irving, Southern Methodist University is putting up a portable seismograph to try to nail down exactly where a spate of recent earthquakes is occurring.
Scientists from SMU will be in Irving on Monday on a mission to pinpoint the source of more than a dozen recent earthquakes.
The Chevrolet EcoAd grant paid for green improvements around Randol Mill Park. Those involved hosted a dedication ceremony on May 7, 2011.