As Season Peaks NOAA Lowers Atlantic Hurricane ForecastWhile the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says more storms are still expected to develop in the Atlantic Ocean this Hurricane Season, there won't be nearly as many as previously thought. In fact, there may be less hurricanes than normal.
Dallas County Reports First 2 Heat-Related Deaths Of YearThe 70-year-old and 63-year-old patients lived in Dallas.
Lack Of Sun Spots; El Nino Could Spell Snowy Texas, Dry California This WinterThis number keeps counting upward: the last time the DFW Airport recorded one inch of snow or more: 1,245 days.
North Texas Cattle Rancher Thrives By Going NativeCattle is the largest cash crop in Texas, but it's a thirsty crop. One rancher in North Texas has learned how to take whatever Mother Nature gives and run with it.
Moon Landing Provides Inspiration For North Texas StudentsThis year marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 7 space mission, which paved the way for the moon landing. That historic moment is now shaping future space exploration.
North Texas Restauranteur Offering Free Break From The HeatMary Perez, the owner of Enchiladas Ole, has opened her doors to offer a cold drink, a snack and air conditioning for free to anyone who needs it.
Broken Pump Has Lewisville Urging Water ConservationNorth Texas is sweating through a streak of triple-digit heat, and now the City of Lewisville is telling residents that they need to conserve water, at least through Tuesday.
Heat, Dust Can Create Double Trouble For HealthAntihistamines can decrease the body's ability to stay hydrated and respond to heat.