Gardening 101: Taking Care Of Our TreesIn this week's Gardening 101, meteorologist Jeff Ray show you why it's important to know when to give your trees attention as the seasons change.
Gardening 101: Plant A Tree In Honor Of 'Texas Arbor Day'You need to remember the next sentence if you are going to live in north Texas. Late Fall is the time to plant a tree.
City Of Plano Giving Away Free Trees To ResidentsGood news for the environment in Collin County. The city of Plano is giving away free trees for residents to plant at their homes.
Old Downtown Dallas Park Disrupted By Roadway Reconfigurations To Be RebuiltConstruction is estimated to begin in September 2020 and will take approximately 18 months.
North Texas Community Fighting To Keep Old Trees, Prevent Construction Of 95 TownhomesA developer is looking to rezone the wooded area on the east side of Davis Boulevard, from Odell to Hightower, in North Richland Hills.
1 Shovel Of Dirt At A Time: New Efforts In Place To Replant Dallas TreesThe landscape of Dallas is barer than it was a year ago, thanks to three weather events that claimed thousands of trees. But now, efforts to replace those trees are beginning, including one Friday morning at Kidd Springs Park in Oak Cliff.
Allergy Sufferers Beware: Mountain Cedar Misery Starts EarlyNorth Texans expecting a longer break from the Mountain Cedar should brace for some bad news: an unruly cousin is here and already causing trouble.
TXU Energy Donates 300 Trees To Support Dallas' Storm RecoveryTXU Energy has donated 300 trees to the City of Dallas and hosted a volunteer tree planting at White Rock Lake Park following last month's tornado that severely damaged the city.
Dallas County Commissioners To Vote On Order That Could Give Tornado Victims Relief On Property TaxesDallas County commissioners will ​vote on an order that could give tornado victims some relief on their property taxes Tuesday. ​
Decomposing Body Found Near Liquor Store By Homeless CampA decomposing body was found off the roadway, under a canopy of trees not far from a homeless camp in south Fort Worth. 
Stream Restoration Project Would Mean Removing 250 Trees From Southwest Arlington NeighborhoodIf a city project moves forward, some homeowners in Arlington could lose what they consider the best part of their community:  The trees.