Keeping healthy and safe in the North Texas heat can be challenging. But imagine trying to do it without air conditioning. More than 300 tenants at one North Texas apartment complex are facing that challenge.
Staying cool and hydrated is difficult during this North Texas heat wave, but imagine trying to keep yourself safe if you’re homeless. To help those less fortunate Salvation Army volunteers have been spending afternoons handing out hundreds of cups of cold water.
With heat hovering near and above the triple digit mark, doctors are reminding residents that their bodies need more than water. They need electrolytes.
Every member of Buddrus family said they adore their beautiful and busy German Shepherd. Named Sasha, one of her favorite things is going for a ride, but last week getting inside the family’s sweltering SUV almost killed her.
Local health officials are warning about the North Texas heat and your health. Triple-digit temperatures tend to make people sick and the current heat wave is sending more people to the hospital.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The extreme heat is being blamed for the deaths of two people in Dallas County. Zach Thompson with the Dallas Health and Human Services says two men, ages 43 and 50, were […]
Eight families are displaced from their homes after a three-alarm fire broke out at the Whispering Hollow Apartments in the 6900 block of S. Cockrell Hill Sunday afternoon.