Over 109,000 Pot Plants Found In PanhandleInvestigators said that more than 109,000 marijuana plants have been found growing in the rural Texas Panhandle. The DEA confirmed the discovery on Wednesday.
Texas Panhandle Beef Packer Recalls MeatCaviness Beef Packers, located in the Texas Panhandle city of Hereford, has recalled nearly 12 tons of beef trimmings products due to possible E. coli contamination.
Panhandle Wildfire Destroyed 225 HomesAuthorities said on Thursday that 225 homes were destroyed by a fast-moving wildfire in the Texas Panhandle earlier this week, a figure that's more than double initial estimates.
Panhandle Fire Evacuees Return HomeAbout 2,100 Texas Panhandle residents evacuated for days because of a wildfire are scheduled to return to their homes.
Officials To Survey Panhandle Wildfire TollTeams of emergency officials will comb a 4-square-mile area of the Texas Panhandle to assess the damage from a wildfire and search for potential victims.
Wildfire Burns Small Texas Panhandle TownEmergency officials said that about 75 homes were destroyed, and hundreds of people have evacuated the area, after a wildfire burned near a small town in the Texas Panhandle.
Dust & Smoke Blow Into DFW From PanhandleMassive amounts of smoke and dust blew into North Texas overnight from the Texas Panhandle, creating problems for area firefighters and for people who walked outside.
Texas Church To Host Handgun License Class A Baptist church in the Texas Panhandle plans to host a concealed handgun class as a community service because there is so much interest in self-defense and protecting families.
3 Companies Plan Natural Gas Pipelines Into TexasThree energy companies have announced plans to build a pipeline that would transport natural gas from Colorado to the Texas Panhandle.
Texas Expects More Explosive Wildfire PotentialConditions were expected to be ripe for wildfires in much of West Texas and the Panhandle on Monday, with gusty winds and low humidity.
North Texans Volunteer In The Panhandle After WildfiresIt was a devastating weekend for many in West Texas, as wildfires burned out of control, destroying homes and land and caused at least one death. A group of North Texas volunteers from the Chisholm Chapter of the Red Cross left Monday afternoon to assist those in need in the Panhandle.
Wildfires Scorch About 110,000 Acres In West TexasWildfires sweeping across West Texas destroyed 58 homes, forced evacuations and closed an interstate.