Watauga Man Dies After Escaping Then Going Back Inside Burning House To Find DogA man made it out of a burning home in Watauga safely, but went back inside to find his dog. Both died before firefighters could rescue them.
70-Year-Old Woman And 2 Dogs Die In Early Morning House Fire In Fort WorthA 70-year-old woman and two of her dogs died in an early morning house fire in Fort Worth. It was 4:30 a.m. when crews were called to the home in the 2100 block of Hudson Street.
82-Year-Old Woman Trapped In Fort Worth House Fire Dies From Her InjuriesA evening house fire on Monday eventually took the life of an elderly woman.
Deadly House Fire In Dallas Being Investigated As HomicideA woman was found dead inside a house that caught fire in Dallas early Friday morning and police are now investigating her death as a homicide.
4th Person Dies After Fire At Pastor's Home In Cedar HillInvestigators say a fourth family member has died following a suspicious fire that destroyed the home of a North Texas minister in February.
First Responders Arrive To Find Farmersville House Engulfed In FlamesAn elderly couple is dead after a house fire in Collin County. The fire broke out on Maple Street, in Farmersville, just after 3:00 a.m.
After Putting Out Flames At Plano House Firefighters Find Body In BackyardInvestigators will soon be back at a Plano home where one person died in a fire Monday night.
1 Dead In North Texas House FireItaly Police Chief Scott Peters said the fire happened at 108 Couch Street around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.
1 Dead In Dallas House FireFirefighters knocked the flames down in a matter of minutes, but found the body of a deceased man inside afterwards.
Firefighters On Safety Mission After Elderly Woman Dies In BlazeDallas firefighters were on the streets of Oak Cliff today, working to save lives after an elderly woman was killed in a house fire. Firefighters fanned out from area fire stations to educate residents and answer safety questions and concerns.
After Deadly Fire, Concerns & Action Over Burglar BarsDallas Fire-Rescue says from 9:00 a.m. until noon Friday, they will canvass the streets around Blue Creek Drive to speak with residents on what they can do to protect themselves.