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.
Dallas Neighborhood Residents Say Leftover Debris From Last Month's Storms Are HazardousIt's been weeks since a late spring storm toppled thousands of trees in Dallas, but homeowners in one neighborhood say the debris hasn't budged — and it's become a health hazard.
High School Students Help Clean Up Storm Debris From 'Thousands' Of Fallen Trees In DallasIt's been nearly six weeks since the storm that claimed thousands of trees in Dallas, and the remnants are still piling up on residential streets.
Dallas Wants To Replace Trees Destroyed During June Storm, Add Trees Long TermAfter losing more than 700 trees after last month's storms, the city of Dallas is developing a "master plan" to plant more.
Dallas Homeowners Share Privacy Concerns, Ask For Solutions After Storms Knock Down Tree BarrierThe city of Dallas has lost more than 700 trees in last month's storms and for some homeowners, the loss of trees has changed their quality of life.
Dallas Urging Residents, Local Businesses To Help Replant Trees After Storm DevastationDallas Parks and Recreation is asking for help in reforestation efforts after recent spring storms destroyed over 700 trees throughout the city.
15,000 Oncor Customers Remain Without Power, Storms Brought 'Complete Devastation'Around 15,000 Oncor customers still remain without power. One of the most affected areas is north Dallas.
Oncor To Customers: Prepare For Multi-Day Outage Event, Stay With Family Or FriendsThe peak number of outages as a result of Sunday’s storms was more than 350,000 customers.
Neighbors Hope Grassroots Effort Will Halt Oncor Cutting TreesIt’s an area Richard and Bonnie Brown call their “urban forest” - three quarters of a mile of trees that separate the Tollway from their North Dallas neighborhood.