Several buildings in downtown Fort Worth were evacuated, including the Tarrant County courthouse, Fort Worth city hall and the Federal Courthouse over what officials were saying was a bomb threat.
While homes along the creek appear to be most at risk of taking in water, nobody knew for sure how high the water would get overnight.
The National Weather Service River Forecasters are predicting a second and much higher crest of the Brazos River in Parker County.
Given hours to grab their valuables and secure their homes, residents in Horseshoe Bend headed for higher ground Wednesday night.
“I don’t put a lot of trust in what people say. I go by what I see,” says resident Cobina Post.
It took two hours for a company to report an emergency to Arlington officials, and Arlington’s mayor is not happy.
There were headaches and upset stomachs at one Dallas elementary school more than 24 hours ago, but this wasn’t about some virus or bug making its way across campus. The problem was carbon monoxide.
The students and staff at Lakewood Elementary school in Dallas have been evacuated after elevated levels of Carbon Monoxide were detected in the building Tuesday morning.
A leaking propane torch in a just-vacated hotel room forced the evacuation of the Crowne Plaza Addison hotel Monday. Investigators say they also found evidence of drug use in the room.
Students are being evacuated from Gideon Elementary School, in the Mansfield Independent School District.
About 2,800 people were evacuated from the Thanksgiving Tower building in downtown Dallas Thursday morning after a fire broke out in the underground parking garage.
Students and staff at Dowell Middle School in McKinney have been evacuated due to a gas leak.