It’s the start of another heat streak with another day of triple digit temperatures.
Staying cool and hydrated is difficult during this North Texas heat wave, but imagine trying to keep yourself safe if you’re homeless. To help those less fortunate Salvation Army volunteers have been spending afternoons handing out hundreds of cups of cold water.
To help those who need relief during the extreme heat the Salvation Army has set up more than a dozen cooling stations across North Texas.
As it stands, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is performing under normal conditions and no emergency electricity alerts have been issued, but persistent hot weather could change that.
Whether you were a victim of Tuesday’s violent weather or just want to volunteer or donate, we hope this information helps you.
Bargain hunters lined up early outside of the Salvation Army’s Fort Worth warehouse on Friday. They came out hoping to be among the firsts to get inside for the annual garage sale.
Years of state budget cuts have left cities and nonprofit groups to pinch pennies to avoid major lapses in services to the homeless.
More than 100 people lined up early Wednesday morning outside the Fort Worth Salvation Army. They were there to pickup their Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings.
Shoppers at Fort Worth’s Ridgmar Mall were surprised Monday morning to see a cattle drive making it’s way around the mall. The event was to kick off the annual Salvation Army kettle drive.
A wrong-way driver collided with a DART bus Saturday morning, sending it skidding through the front of a Salvation Army Family Store.
The United Way of Dallas is expected to announce funding recipients Wednesday morning that for the first time in decades, will not include groups like the Boy Scouts and the Volunteer Center of North Texas.
In the last two years, the Salvation Army’s START program has helped 11 shelter residents enroll in classes at Tarrant County College.