One person has died in a house fire at 1225 East Baltimore Ave. in Fort Worth.
Investigators are “99.9 percent sure” arson was the cause of a massive apartment fire, which destroyed two dozen apartments in Everman, just south of Fort Worth.
An apartment fire early Monday morning in East Arlington left one person dead and a number of other residents displaced.
Fifty people were evacuated from an Arlington hotel after an early morning fire went to three alarms. One person was treated for minor smoke inhalation.
A Fort Worth grandmother is fighting for her life after firefighters spotted smoke from her house and rescued her Thursday morning.
A group of Good Samaritans rescued a woman from a South Dallas fire on Thursday morning, but a man inside the residence died in the blaze.
More than a dozen members of Dallas Fire Rescue are on the scene of a 2-alarm apartment fire.
A Fort Worth woman is thankful to be alive, but still clueless about what caused her home to be blown to bits.
Tarrant County Fire units and volunteer fire departments in Fort Worth and Azle quickly responded to the scene of a home explosion.
A combination of planning and improvisation left Fort Worth emergency crews with a template for better responding to icy weather that other cities may follow.
Emergency crews in Dallas responded to a call at a nursing home on Wednesday morning. Officials stated that a small fire had ignited inside of the building’s walls.
There are not many drivers on North Texas roads Friday morning, but the few people who must get out of their homes should avoid Main Street in downtown Dallas.