Emergency crews had to rescue a truck driver Thursday morning after a crash involving two big rigs.
A pair of big rig crashes early on Thursday slowed down traffic in the northbound lanes of Interstate-35E in Dallas and Lewisville. Both happened at almost the same time.
The driver of a big rig walked away from a crash early Tuesday morning in Lancaster that left his vehicle in flames.
Drivers might want to avoid Interstate-35E in Lewisville this weekend. Crews will begin construction on Friday night and some areas will be shut down until Sunday morning.
Wednesday night road crews were busy patching up a considerable hole that opened up in a bridge on Interstate-35E.
Interstate 35E in both directions near the Corinth Parkway exit will be shut down this weekend.
The protests in Ferguson, Missouri fueled unrest in Dallas as well, with at least seven North Texans behind bars on Wednesday morning.
Crews responded to a water main break early Monday morning in Dallas. A vehicle became stuck in the rushing water and mud, and two people had to be rescued.
Two 18-wheelers collided and caught fire on Interstate-35E in Waxahachie Friday morning, shutting down both sides of the freeway.
Authorities in Carrollton said that a wrong-way driver is responsible for causing four separate crashes along Interstate-35E early Friday morning.
A fire in the trailer of an 18-wheeler caused a portion of Interstate-35E to be shut down early Tuesday morning in Ellis County, just south of Waxahachie. Nobody was injured.
A man was shot and seriously hurt as he was chased by another driver along the service road of northbound Interstate-35E in Lewisville on Tuesday night.