Temperatures on Thursday morning dipped below the freezing mark across most of North Texas for the second consecutive day, so bundle up before heading outside.
A medical examiner has ruled that a Texas woman who was found by her son dead in a freezer died after taking methamphetamine and other drugs.
An advocacy group has sued the Texas prison system blaming 13 inmate deaths since 2007 on hot conditions in units without air conditioning.
As temperatures rise in Texas, one government safety agency is working to reduce the number of children who are seriously injured or lose their life after being left alone inside a hot vehicle.
An officer with the Fort Worth Police Department found a missing man early Monday morning, and helped save his life just before snow flurries moved into North Texas.
Even with all the warnings and alerts, kids are still dying inside hot cars. Now the organization Safe Kids Worldwide is urging everyone to ACT and help keep children safe.
Doctors at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas say they’ve seen an increase in patients needing treatment for hypothermia and other cold weather related conditions since frigid weather surged into the region last week.