Postal worker Roger Campian was sitting inside his mail truck, about to head out to deliver mail along the same route he’s worked for the past 10 years, when he heard a loud noise.
When you drive down South Garland Road, you can’t help but notice that a piece of Garland history has been stripped away.
A 40-foot elm tree in Carrollton is the latest victim of the drought currently hitting North Texas.
The heat wave is withering flowers and turning green grass brown. The hay crop is already ruined. And now, it’s taking a toll on trees.
A tree preservation group is outraged over a new Dallas Cowboys digital sign in Arlington. The 54×20 foot sign went up along southbound Highway 360, but a large tree blocked part of the view.
If you can take a census of the people, then why not a census for trees? Dallas arborist Steve Houser asked that very question. “It’s important to know because we can’t manage an asset that we don’t fully understand.”
A 30-year-old man was killed Monday afternoon after he lost his grip trimming a tree and grabbed hold of a power line.
Oncor is trying a new tree-pruning policy in the Lakewood area of Dallas but there haven’t been many takers.