Now that much of the ice has melted — or been chipped away — from area roads, North Texans are finding the inevitable aftermath of a week’s worth of freezing and thawing.
Thousands of people braved frigid winter weather and icy roads to be in Fort Worth for the National Cutting Horse Association’s Futurity World Championship event.
Will the heat be working on Thursday for students in the DISD? Three different Dallas schools have had problems keeping classrooms warm since last weekend’s ice storm.
Ice is still causing grief for some area drivers. Police had to temporarily shut down a portion of road in Lewisville on Thursday morning due to an ice-related crash.
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Nearly a week after a winter storm swept through North Texas, lingering ice is still causing problems.
Dallas school officials are defending a decision to keep students on campuses without working heat – saying it is better for students to be safe, in cold classrooms, than warm at home, alone.
A water main break in Fort Worth forced crews to shut down a road on Wednesday morning, and could have an impact on traffic surrounding a nearby elementary school.
The ice storm prompted an long weekend for DFW students. But when the kids at one Dallas school returned for class on Tuesday, there was no heat in their building.
After a two-day holiday — compliments of an ice storm — students at Dallas’ Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary returned to class Tuesday. But they received a less than warm welcome: the school’s heat was out for much of the day.
There is still some ice on the ground, but classes are back in session in the Dallas ISD, and several other school districts across North Texas on Tuesday morning.
Oncor on Tuesday reported that power restoration is essentially complete in the Dallas area. Crews continue working in the Paris area, where scattered outages continue.