People who have lost their homes along Possum Kingdom Lake will soon be getting help from the American Red Cross. Thursday’s mission into Palo Pinto County will be the first since the fires and there’s a very specific reason why.
The drought and extreme North Texas heat has caused a water crisis for the local American Red Cross. Now the agency is the one asking for assistance from the public to help replenish their water supply for firefighters and police.
At least one resident was killed and another seriously injured during a three-alarm fire that engulfed a two-story apartment building in the 2600 block of East Abrams.
The American Red Cross is sending out an emergency call for blood donations. In fact, the organization is so concerned about the low supply of some blood types that they’re entering donors in a special prize drawing.
Making a charitable donation using your cell phone is quick and easy. But scam artists are hard at work dreaming up new ways to take advantage of your giving mood.
The freezing weather makes it tough for volunteers and charity organizations to help North Texans displaced by fires.
Two officers patrolling the 700 block of Redbird Lane in Oak Cliff noticed smoke pouring out of the chimney of a residence around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday and quickly responded, pulling a mother and her three daughters out safely.
Dozens of North Texans will be looking for a place to stay after a 4-alarm fire at a Dallas apartment complex. Fire crews were called to the Sequoia at Frankford Springs Apartments around 10 a.m.
Residents in a Dallas apartment complex were shocked awake by shouting and the noise of fire trucks