Barn Yarn: Retirees Knitting Sweaters For Chilly ChickensSweaters for chickens? It sounds like a joke, but a plucky group of retirees have hatched a plan to keep poultry warm during the New England winter.
Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil Predicts More WinterThe handlers of Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, say the furry rodent has "predicted" six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow.
Winter Carriage Rides Keep Workers In The ColdEven on the coldest night of the year in North Texas, some people have to clock in for work outside.
Attention Homeowners: Protect Your Pipes This WinterPlumbers will see the side effects of frozen, broken pipes usually from home owners who neglected to protect their pipes or simply didn't know they needed to protect their new home.
Chimney Sweeps Working Long Hours Now That Winter's HereWith a frigid blast of freezing cold air rolling toward Texas, many are racing to ensure they're able to stay warm safely.
Stay Well This WinterThis winter season will bring cooler temperatures, and ice and snow for some. But did you know that your chance of getting certain medical conditions might go up as the temperature dips?
5 Non-Traditional Holiday Vacation IdeasFive recommendations for getting away on a nontraditional holiday vacation
ERCOT Expects Sufficient Electrical Supplies This FallThe grid operator for Texas said that electric users should have sufficient supply for demands this fall and even into the winter. ERCOT on Thursday announced its predictions and the preliminary outlook through February.
You Might See Some Snowflakes Mixed In With The Rain TodayThe North Texas weather will be wet, cold and windy today! So far, we’ve already seen close to one-inch of rainfall.
No Shadow -- Punxsutawney Phil Says The End Of Winter Is NearPennsylvania's most famous groundhog did not see his shadow this morning -- that means spring-like weather is on the way.
5 US Destinations For A Winter HoneymoonFive recommendations in the U.S. for an unforgettable winter honeymoon
More House Fires & CO Poisonings Occur During Winter MonthsMore house fires and carbon monoxide poisonings occur during the winter months than any other time of year. Experts say it's because winter storms, snow or ice knock out power and cause HVAC units to stop working.