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.
Fireworks are illegal in the City of Fort Worth – but city officials will ask no questions when the Fire Department hosts a Fireworks & Ammunition Collection Event later this month.
The countdown is on to 2013, and the stages are set for Big D NYE!
Fireworks at Fair Park prompted an unnecessary slowdown of traffic along nearby I-30. Amazingly, neither DPD nor Dallas Fire Rescue report any calls for service being held up, but they’re hinting at future changes.
The fireworks display at Fair Park in Dallas caught the eyes of drivers along Interstate-30, many of whom stopped their vehicles on the highway to enjoy the show.
There are dozens of fireworks displays happening across North Texas on July 4th. Check out some of the locations that offering family fun events for day and night.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
The Presley family fireworks stand is called Jack’s Fireworks and it sits along Interstate-20 in Aledo. The area staple has been in the same spot for more than 65 years and owners say not even a sparkler had ever been stolen — until now.
Each year animal shelters report an increase in lost animals after the 4th of July. A PETA spokesperson suggests easy ways to keep your pets safe during the festivities.
Kaboom Town in Addison is known for its legendary Independence Day celebration, but the annual festivities stretch well beyond fireworks.
Texas drought conditions have improved this year, but the Texas Forest Service said that Fourth of July revelers should still practice caution with fireworks.