Texas A&M Study: 21st Century ‘Mega-Drought’ Could Be State’s Driest In Last 1000 YearsTexas’ future climate will feature drier summers and decreasing water supplies for much of the state for the remainder of the 21st century.
North Haven Gardens Hard At Work Ahead Of Freeze To Protect PlantsIt’s a race against the clock ahead of tonight's expected hard freeze for workers at North Haven Gardens who are scrambling to cover plants and bring flowers inside.
'Flash Drought' Conditions Worsen Across 14 Southern US statesThe weekly U.S. Drought Monitor report released Thursday shows extreme drought conditions in parts of Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina and the Florida panhandle.
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.
Beat The Heat, Start Your Day Before SunriseJust before the blistering sun rises, dozens of Camp Gladiator participants were already on the go.
Back In Business But Storms Take A Bite Out Of Cane Rosso's RevenueSunday's storm took a big bite out of Cane Rosso White Rock's revenue, because, when you're a pizza restaurant, no power means no dough.
VIDEO: Dam Collapses In Heart Of Texas Hill CountryThe video shows the precise moment the middle gate collapsed resulting in the dewatering of Lake Dunlap.
American Airlines Cancels 700 Flights After Winter Storms Blast NortheastAmerican Airlines and their regional partners canceled 700 flights Wednesday due to a winter storm impacting operations in portions of the Northeast.
Neighborhood To City: Stop Construction That's Making Flooding Worse People in Fort Worth made a plea to the city Tuesday to stop construction they believe is leading to more flooding.
Schlotzsky's Roof Crashes Down Under Heavy Rain; No One HurtHeavy rain led to a roof collapse at a Schlotzsky's restaurant in Grand Prairie restaurant Tuesday morning.
Residents Demand Action After Crucial County Road Floods AgainMore rain means more headaches for some Collin County residents who live near Wilson Creek.
Houston METRO Halts Harvey Ads That Feature Wrong HurricaneTransit officials in Houston have halted a TV commercial praising the agency's response to last year's Harvey flooding.
Allen Charity Honors Commitment To Help Harvey Victims For YearsWhen the flood waters rose during Hurricane Harvey, Allen-based non-profit Trusted World answered the call immediately.