Chemical Smell Causes Evacuations At Fort Worth SchoolStudents were temporarily evacuated from a school in Fort Worth after a strong chemical smell wafted through the building.
Evacuations After Natural Gas Line Cut In Northwest DallasAn area in northwest Dallas has been evacuated after a natural gas line was cut late Wednesday morning.
Dallas Family Releases Video Of Child's Final Moments Before Deadly House ExplosionIn a time lapse video Linda Rogers, 12, is doing her hair, then the first moment of an explosion before the camera goes to black.
Video Shows 12-Year-Old Killed In Dallas House Explosion Seconds Before BlastThe family of a 12-year-old girl killed in a Dallas natural gas explosion has released video the girl recorded in the minutes before and just as the blast happened.
More Rain Expected As Central Texas Flooding ContinuesA continued threat of flooding is forecast in parts of Central Texas as more rain is expected in the area.
Water Levels Plummet On Texas River That Washed Out BridgeWater levels are quickly dropping on a Texas river that soared above flood stage this week, destroying a bridge and leading to multiple water rescues.
Florence Flooding Spreads As Storm Heads NortheastThe forecast for Florence has not changed, unfortunately: It's still raining, and rivers are still rising. All roads in and out of a North Carolina city of 120,000 people are underwater.
Category 1 Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall In North CarolinaFlorence makes landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina as the Category 1 hurricane strikes coast.
Neighborhoods Evacuated As Gas Blasts Destroy Homes Near BostonA series of gas explosions left at least four people injured and ignited fires in at least 39 homes in three communities north of Boston on Thursday.
'This Is A Powerful Storm That Can Kill': Hurricane Florence's Onslaught BeginsThe monster storm was moving in for a prolonged and potentially catastrophic stay along the Southeast coast.
Hurricane Florence's Winds And Rain Begin Lashing CarolinasHurricane Florence's top sustained wind speeds dropped from a high of 140 mph to 110 mph as its outer rain bands approached the North Carolina coast early Thursday.