fourth of july
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.
Hot weather and dry grass combined to force a temporary halt to Thursday night’s “Fort Worth Fourth Fireworks” show when the pyrotechnics touched off grass fires.
Today will be the busiest travel day for the July 4th holiday period. Nearly three million Texans are expected to travel this holiday week, with some 2.4 million o f them traveling by car or truck.
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.
There will be July 4th celebrations going on all over the Metroplex, featuring some of the best live bands and the largest fireworks displays in Texas.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
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.
This year July Fourth is on a Wednesday, and that has created a dilemma for some folks — how long to go away, if at all.
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
An estimated 50,000 people turned out for Arlington’s 4th of July parade on Monday morning.
North Texans are getting ready to celebrate the Fourth of July. But, before you buy those fireworks keep in mind many counties have banned them.