Winter weather has complicated travel into, out of, and across North Texas. DART trains and buses still aren’t running a normal schedule and travel in and out of DFW Airport is still unraveling.
Icy road conditions lead to multiple vehicle accidents in Denton County Wednesday night.
Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Collin Counties spent all day preparing for Wednesday evening’s winter storm.
Two people are dead after their SUV went off a bridge at I-30 and Camp Bowie West and landed in a creek.
The streets and freeways in Dallas have been drivable throughout Saturday afternoon.
Freezing rain that coated parts of Texas and Oklahoma for the second consecutive day.
An SUV crashed into the wall on southbound 75 in Plano Friday evening, leaving a family with an infant and small child stranded on the highway.
Icy roads in Denton on Friday night snarled traffic as big rigs littered the roads and highways which were stuck in their own tracks.
While many North Texans could simply stay off the roads covered with snow and ice, but first responders don’t have that option.
Days before the storm hit, TXDOT trucks pre-treated roads with a brine, a mixture of salt and water.
Nearly 24 hours after the driver of a big rig lost control on an icy interstate, the 18-wheeler’s cab is no longer hanging off a bridge near I-45 and Stuart Simpson Road.
Icy roads on Monday night caused headaches and traffic problems as the slippery roads proved to be too much for some drivers, but not all.