After a rain-filled spring, the 100 degree heat typical in North Texas has finally arrived. In response, the City of Dallas has opened two facilities designated as “Beat the Heat” centers.
North Texas has not officially seen temperatures hit 100 degrees yet this year. But that is expected to change on Monday, making heat-related health issues an even bigger concern than before.
The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office confirmed a 2-year-old girl died in a hot car Friday night.
Families paying rent at a Mesquite apartment community are finally getting what they pay for — air conditioning. Most residents at the Hillcrest Apartments agree the last week has been miserable.
With temperatures approaching triple digits, it was a great day for the Dallas Zoo’s first penguin chick to take her first dip in the water.
Dozens of residents at a Mesquite apartment complex continue to battle the heat on Tuesday after the complex’s chiller system broke, leaving them without air conditioning since Thursday.
There is a fixed schedule for filling water containers and getting the water to the campers.
It’s about to be one the hottest week so far in 2015 and residents of one Mesquite apartment complex are sweating it out while living without air conditioning.
A South Dallas pastor is fighting to keep his church up and operating, despite repeated strikes by vandals and thieves. Burglars have tried to take everything of value inside Believers International Ministries.
In Terrell, the busted heat at the Virginia Anne apartments has become something of a broken record.
Temperatures outside are dropping to record lows and as of Wednesday evening everyone at one Terrell apartment complex is bracing for another cold night. Residents haven’t had heat for days.
A 4-year-old West Texas girl has survived being apparently forgotten on a school bus parked in a vehicle barn on a hot afternoon.