A lot of North Texans were still without electricity Friday night. And that means no heat for residents as temperatures continue getting colder.
Firefighters battling a 2-alarm house fire Sunday in Garland found a woman dead inside the townhome.
The high summer temperatures are causing many cars to break down across the metroplex. It’s a dangerous side effect for drivers, many of whom find themselves stranded dangerously on the side of the road.
With Thursday’s predicted high of 104 – and a possible heat index of 108 – ERCOT, which operates the state’s power grid, will be busy keeping things cool.
Volunteers at Tarrant County Meals on Wheels say they see the same scene play itself out almost every summer: an elderly person suffering through unimaginable heat in their home
Not everyone has access to the cooling waters of a splash park and pool. For many people, battling the heat is a matter of life and death.
The high school football season officially kicked off early Monday morning, while many North Texans were sleeping.
Some outdoor workers are much closer to heat illness than they think.
The Salvation Army has set up 15 cooling stations set up across the DFW metroplex for those in need.
MedStar says heat-related calls are down 30 percent compared to 2012, but a string of hot days can quickly change that.
The HEAT ADVISORY has been extended through Friday evening. Heat index numbers during the afternoon will approach 110°. And our morning lows will not drop below 80°, so we just don’t get a great opportunity […]
The heat won’t be so bad for one North Texas high school football team, because their coach has found a creative way to beat the heat.