Heat Wave Promises Sweltering Summer Days Ahead, So Plan AccordinglyWith pop up storms few and far between Monday afternoon and a high of 94° degrees, expect even hotter temperatures by mid-week.
Basking In The Texas Sun? Prolonged Exposure Increases Chance Of Skin CancerThe American Cancer Society says this year in Texas alone there will be more than 4,200 new cases of Melanoma.
Americans Want Space Program To Focus On Asteroids And Robot UseSo much for walking on the moon again... a new poll says Americans would prefer that the space program focus on potential asteroid impacts, scientific research and using robots.
Forecasters Warn Of 100 Plus Temperatures In South TexasThe advisories warn of an increased risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke in the affected areas.
Monitoring Spring In North Texas: April Showers Bring Flowers, Possibility Of Severe WeatherHere we are on the last day of April and to follow the old saying "April showers bring May flowers," flowers should pop-aplenty this coming month.
Strong Storms Expected In Texas, Oklahoma And ArkansasA strong storm system is expected to bring hail, heavy rain and possibly tornadoes to parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Red-Hot Voyage To Sun Will Bring Us Closer To Our StarA red-hot voyage to the sun is going to bring us closer to our star than ever before. NASA's Parker Solar Probe will be the first spacecraft to "touch" the sun.
Saharan Dust Travels Thousands Of Miles To Blanket Dallas SkylineA thick haze hung over the metro area and beyond all weekend - a phenomenon called Saharan dust. It’s dust from North Africa, more than 5,000 miles across the globe.
Bad News For Night Owls: Late Risers May Die Sooner, Study FindsPeople who stay up late and have to drag themselves out of bed are likelier to die younger than those who rise and set with the sun, according to new research.
USDA Designates 60 Texas Counties For Disaster AidThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 60 Texas counties as primary natural disaster areas because of losses and damage from recent drought.
Thousands Flock To Partial Eclipse Viewing PartiesThousands of North Texans today braved the scorching late summer sun, for a chance to see it disappear.
Students Observe Their First Solar Eclipse; Learn Valuable Science LessonWhen it came time for the eclipse, teachers and parents escorted kindergarten through eighth grade kids outside in small groups.
Historic Eclipse Turns Day Into Night Across USMillions of Americans gazed in wonder through telescopes, cameras and disposable protective glasses Monday as the moon blotted out the sun in the first full-blown solar eclipse to sweep the U.S. from coast to coast in nearly a century.
Did Today's Eclipse Pass You By? There's Another One In 7 YearsToo busy working to enjoy today's eclipse? Don't fret, another one's coming, according to WJZ - TV, CBS Baltimore.
US In Rare Bull's-Eye For Total Solar Eclipse On Aug. 21The sun, moon and Earth will line up perfectly in the cosmos on Aug. 21, turning day into night for a few wondrous minutes, its path crossing the U.S. from sea to shining sea for the first time in nearly a century.