Fireworks Set Off Inside Dallas Target Store, 1 Employee InjuredIt happened just after 8:30 p.m. at the store on Haskell Avenue near Central Expressway.
Over 800 Pounds Of Fireworks Confiscated In Dallas During July 4th WeekendOver 800 pounds of fireworks were confiscated in Dallas over the Fourth of July weekend, Dallas Fire-Rescue said Sunday.
Pandemic Forces North Texans To Enjoy July 4th Weekend A Little DifferentlyArlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.
Dallas County Fireworks Shop Owner Says Canceled Shows Brought Booming Sales“If I didn’t have my mask on, you could see the big smile on my face right now,” said John Palmer, owner of Palmer Fireworks in Dallas County.
With Some July 4th Celebrations Canceled Texas Officials Worried About DIY Fireworks SafetyBusiness is booming at North Texas fireworks stands as more people plan to celebrate at home in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fireworks Company Looks To Make Show At Grapevine Lake Bigger Than Ever“They really pulled out all the stops for this show,” said David Rauff with Pyrotecnico.
Fort Worth Fire Officials Warn Of Illegal Fireworks Use After Deadly Accident Last YearThe Fort Worth Fire Department is warning residents that using fireworks is illegal in the city, following an accident last July 4 that killed a teenager.
North Texas Independence Day Fireworks CelebrationsWhile many North Texas cities have cancelled their Independence Day fireworks celebrations, others are still set to go.
Safety Expert Warns Against DIY Fireworks Shows, Suggest Glow Sticks And Silly String For KidsEach year 9,000 to 11,000 firework-related injuries are reported. One third of those injuries are children ages 15 and under.
Fourth Of July Fireworks Will Pop Off Despite PandemicThe parades, ball games and festivals may be cancelled this holiday weekend. Once the sun goes down though, the show goes on.
Fireworks Industry Predicts Record-Breaking Sales Ahead Of July 4Fireworks retailers lit the fuse in North Texas Wednesday on what the industry is predicting could be a record-breaking sales year.