Drought, Other Factors Contribute To Larger Texas WildfiresLarger, more threatening wildfires are occurring at greater rates as Texas faces drought, development and changes in how land is used.
Burning Wildfires Have Many Texans Worried They Could Be NextThe threat of wildfires has a lot of Texans looking for ways to prevent becoming the next victim.
Officials Believe Farming Accident Sparked Massive Texas WildfireA preliminary investigation indicates a farming accident sparked a wildfire that's consumed more than 7 square miles and destroyed 40 structures in Central Texas.
Bastrop County Fires Still Burning, Governor Declares State Of DisasterAs firefighters from across the state head to Central Texas to help battle wildfires, Governor Greg Abbott has declared a state of disaster in Bastrop County.
Texas First-Responders Using Drones To Monitor Wildfire ThreatsThe heat has left North Texas vulnerable to grass fires, but a new tool is giving Johnson County firefighters an edge.
Wildfire Concern Top Of Mind In Parts Of North TexasFirefighters handed out the pamphlets in neighborhoods nestled in trees, brush and grass that flourished in spring rains are now fuel for a fire.
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.
Hungry Goats Could Help Texas FirefightersSome brush-munching goats have been put on two months of fire prevention duty in South Texas. Officials rented the barnyard animals to eat up flammable plants.
Windy Conditions Raise DFW Fire DangerNorth Texas will see windy and dry conditions on Thursday, and that could mean trouble in the winter season. The threat of wildfires will be increasing throughout the day.