A handful of runners took part in what’s being dubbed the 2013 Ice-pocalypse on Sunday.
Sunday’s rising temperatures heated up a new problem — dangerous falling ice.
Many North Texans experienced cabin fever over the weekend due to the weather. But one man from Dallas took to the sky to pass the time free.
Sunday’s temporary warm-up could only do so much to diminish ice still covering area roads. TxDOT and city crews are working to clear highways, but many bridges and overpasses are still covered with huge clumps of ice.
This weekend’s ice storm may topple Top Golf in The Colony.
The wintery blast that blew into the metroplex has claimed four lives.
With a bit of sun and temps above freezing for a couple hours, we will see a little more melting on Sunday afternoon. The bad news is…
Transportation officials say a major truck pileup on Interstate 10 in West Texas has closed a portion of the highway and claimed the life of at least one.
Firefighters slipped and slided as they battled a two-alarm blaze during icy conditions in Dallas early on Saturday morning. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
One person is dead after their pickup truck hit an icy patch, spun out, lifted up over the guardrail and fell into the waters of Lake Lewisville early Saturday morning.
Limited operations continued at DFW International Airport on Saturday, with North Texas covered in a coating of ice. More than 350 departures have already been canceled.
The heaviest sleet/ice accumulation was found from the northern parts of the Metroplex and point north and west. Some spots saw 4″ of sleet atop of a thin layer of ice…nasty conditions over these areas