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As temperatures remain well below freezing on Saturday morning, more than 130,000 customers remain without power in North Texas.
Firefighters slipped and slided as they battled a two-alarm blaze during icy conditions in Dallas early on Saturday morning. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
One person is dead after their pickup truck hit an icy patch, spun out, lifted up over the guardrail and fell into the waters of Lake Lewisville early Saturday morning.
Limited operations continued at DFW International Airport on Saturday, with North Texas covered in a coating of ice. More than 350 departures have already been canceled.
Many roads that weren’t cleared were more like skating rinks Friday night. Most will only get worse as the night goes on.
A lot of North Texans were still without electricity Friday night. And that means no heat for residents as temperatures continue getting colder.
The weight of the ice was too much for the Pier 121 Marina on Lake Lewisville. As inches of sleet weighed down, the roof of the marina collapsed damaging scores of boats.
Police in Tarrant County said they want drivers to stay off the freeways from Saturday night until 6 a.m. Monday.
Some trees were no match for the heavy ice and snow Mother Nature dumped on North Texas Thursday night through Friday morning.
Denton saw its share of winter weather on Friday. CBS 11 traveled to that city to check out conditions.
Winter weather across North Texas has resulted in thousands of crisis situations. But how do emergency responders respond when travel conditions are dangerous?