Admission is still free, but for the first time you will need a ticket to get into Addison’s annual fireworks event, Kaboom Town.
It’s a North Texas venture built on celebrating freedom. Now, members of one family are trying to protect their business from a city that wants them to destroy it.
Problems plagued two of the biggest fireworks shows in the Metroplex this Fourth of July.
Fire crews are reporting a rash of grass and other fires in many areas of Texas caused by fireworks lit as part of Fourth of July celebrations.
The Fort Worth Fourth fireworks show was suspended halfway through after debris from the show caused a grass fire late Thursday night. The delay lasted for more than 10 minutes.
A Frisco family was burned out of their home overnight when what they thought to be spent fireworks – ignited a blaze in a garage garbage bin.
Addison is once again hosting Kaboom Town on Wednesday night. It is one of the most popular fireworks shows in the entire nation.
No one was hurt in a blaze Sunday at a fireworks warehouse in Bastrop, and firefighters were able to contain the flames from the outside, officials said.
Preparations are underway in Addison for the Independence Day Kaboom Town event happening on July 3, and there are some changes you’ll need to make note of.
From the patriotic heart of Washington, D.C. to the big city flash of New York, these spots are known for their impressive summer events.
The options for places to take the family for fireworks can seem endless. But here are a few of the best places in the DFW area to welcome Independence Day with a bang.
North Texas police thought they might have stumbled upon another Boston-style bomber.