Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A deadly fire in Dallas now has smart meters at the center of an investigation. The victim’s family is blaming the device that so many North Texans have in […]
A man died late Monday night after flames swept through his home near Fair Park in Dallas, and family members said that his recently upgraded electric meter might be to blame.
At least one elderly resident in Richland Hills and at least two more in North Richland Hills have been targeted by thieves claiming to work for Oncor.
The storms that rumbled across North Texas early Monday morning are being blamed for over 17,000 power outages.
There’s still no power for more than 45,00 people in Fort Worth following Thursday’s storms.
A school teacher in Denison remains hospitalized after being hurt by lightning as severe storms rolled through north Texas on Thursday.
Storms ripped through much of North Texas on Thursday afternoon, leaving a trail of damage throughout the DFW area. Arlington was one of the hardest hit cities.
Severe thunderstorms packing winds of up to 90 mph tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, causing widespread tree damage and leaving up to 125,000 electric utility customers in the dark.
According to county officials all trials and hearings at the Collin County Courthouse have been canceled for the day.
A Preston Hollow couple is threatening to sue Oncor after intruders broke into their fenced backyard and cut the limbs off their trees.
A car crash late Monday in Arlington cut a vehicle in half, left the driver in critical condition, and caused a power outage that plunged thousands of people into the dark.
The power is back on tonight for more than 100 residents at Park Creek Manor in Oak Cliff.