Fire At Grapevine Apartments Impacts 51 PeopleThe Grapevine Fire Department says the fire quickly spread to the attic and by the time firefighters arrived, flames were through the roof.
Fire Destroys Irving Apartment ComplexAn apartment complex in Irving was ablaze on Friday afternoon.
10+ Fire Engines Respond To Dallas Apartment FireNearly a dozen fire engines with Dallas Fire Rescue are on the scene of an apartment fire in the northwest part of the city.
Two Firefighters Injured In Greenville Apartment FireOne firefighter fell through the roof and suffered first and second-degree burns to various parts of his body. The firefighter who helped to lift him out after he fell received burns to his hands.
Keller Music Teacher Loses Everything In Apartment FireAmanda Cox lived right above the unit where the fire started.
Bedford Apartment Fire Leaves 1 Person DeadAn apartment fire early Tuesday morning left one person dead, according to fire officials. That victim has not yet been identified, but a neighbor said that it was an elderly woman who mostly kept to herself.
12 Units Damaged In Fire At Mesquite Apartment ComplexHeavy flames and smoke were visible and portions of the roof collapsed as firefighters began to take action, according to Capt. Kelly Turner.
Plano Firefighters Fight 3 Blazes During First Weekend Of 2016It was a very busy New Year start for firefighters in Plano. Fire-rescue crews in the city fought three separate blazes during the first weekend of 2016.
More Than Two Dozen Displaced By Christmas Morning Fire In Fort WorthOne man was injured when he jumped out of a window to safety.
Fire Damages Apartment In ArlingtonA fire damaged part of an Arlington apartment complex this morning.
20 Displaced After Early Morning Dallas Apartment FireOne person was taken to the Burn Center at Parkland Hospital after flames ripped through an East Dallas apartment complex. The 2-alarm fire at Casa Bella Apartments was quickly extinguished but firefighters spent hours dousing hot spots.
Community Donating For Families Affected By FireDonations can be dropped off at the Sierra Vista Apartments office, 2775 Northaven Road, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The phone number is: (972) 247-4914.