Mold Problem Temporarily Closes Fort Worth Fire StationHomeowners aren’t the only people who have to deal with mold problems – a Fort Worth Fire Department fire station is temporarily closing until mold repairs are completed there.
Oklahoma Wildfire Destroys 9 Homes, Forces EvacuationsFire officials are suggesting a blaze that has destroyed at least nine homes in eastern Oklahoma and forced the evacuation of more than 100 others may have been intentionally set.
Texas Panhandle Wildfires Much Bigger Than First ThoughtAuthorities say one of the three wildfires in the Texas Panhandle is about three times larger than they had thought.
Texas Firefighters Winning Battle To Contain 2 Large WildfiresFirefighters have more fully contained two large wildfires in West Texas, including one that destroyed four homes and prompted the evacuation of nearly 1,200 others.
Crews Battling Wildfires In Texas, Oklahoma PanhandleCrews are working to contain a wildfire that's burning in a rural area of the Texas Panhandle while firefighters in Oklahoma fought back several blazes that popped up on an unseasonably warm and windy day.
Texas Bill Would Let Firefighters, EMTs Carry Guns On DutyParamedics would be able to pack more than just medical supplies if one state lawmaker gets his way. State Representative John Wray wants all first-responders in Texas to be able to carry guns.
2 Mobile Homes Catch Fire In AzleThe fire happened in the 7000 block of Peden Road in a residential area near Eagle Mountain Lake.
Firefighters Battle House Fire In Fort WorthFirefighters in Fort Worth spent Monday morning battling a house fire in the east part of the city. Heavy flames and smoke could be seen as crews arrived at the house on High Woods Trail, near Boca Raton Boulevard.
Overnight Fire Rips Through Apartments In ArlingtonSeveral Arlington families are without homes after a fire ripped through their apartments early Saturday morning.
Flames Threaten Fort Worth Neighborhood In Fatal House FireLoved ones are grieving the loss of a Fort Worth woman killed in her home after fire spread throughout the house and even threatened neighbors' homes.
Texas Fire Departments Receive More Than $15 Million In GrantsTexas fire departments received more than $15 million in grants Wednesday, Oct. 5, through the Texas A&M Forest Service Rural Volunteer Fire Department Assistance Program.
Clown Pranks Interfering With Fire Safety Education For KidsClowns are getting a bad name these days thanks to a series of pranks across the country and here in North Texas. That's putting limitations on programs first responders have been using for years.