Southlake residents will soon enjoy some much needed noise relief form planes flying over their city.
ALVARADO (CBSDFW.COM) – Two families in Johnson County are blaming fracking and earthquakes for damage to their homes. They have filed a lawsuit naming the controversial natural gas drilling process as the cause for cracking […]
Visitors, business owners and residents along West 7th Street are bracing for five months of traffic congestion, construction noise and delays. The 7th Street bridge will be closed until the fall.
State and federal investigators continued to comb through the rubble in West Monday — looking for clues to what touched off a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant last week. The blast killed 14 people and leveled dozens of homes.
Weary residents who were evacuated from their neighborhoods in West Wednesday evening were allowed back home Saturday. The long line of people snaked their way through the first loosening of check points in days. All had obtained a special mark on their cars to get in. Only homeowners who lived further away from the deadly blast site where a fertilizer plant blew up were allowed back. This is “Stage-1″ of what has turned into a long week of loss, transition and ultimately hope for the small town.