Plano City Council Set For Tap Water Briefing This EveningPlano City Council Set For Tap Water Briefing This Evening
Erin Brockovich Raises Concerns Over Water Quality In North TexasA recent series of Facebook posts by Brockovich criticizing water quality in Plano and much of North Texas has some local residents concerned.
Parker Co. Recovering From Grass Fires As Risk Up AgainParker Co. Recovering From Grass Fires As Risk Up Again
Elevated Fire Risk Results In Red Flag Warnings Across North TexasThe fire danger across North Texas continues to be high and the weather condition will keep it that way all week long. Together with dry air, dry ground, dormant vegetation, low humidity and gusty winds are the perfect storm for grass fires.
2 Killed As Mud Engulfs California Areas Burned By WildfireTwo people were killed and homes were swept from their foundations as mud and debris from wildfire-scarred hillsides flowed through neighborhoods and onto a key Southern California highway Tuesday during a powerful winter storm that dropped record rain across the state.
Firefighters Protect California Towns As Blazes RageFirefighters kept a wall of flames from descending mountains into coastal neighborhoods after a huge and destructive Southern California wildfire exploded in size, becoming the fifth largest in state history.
California Wildfire Grows To 70 Square MilesAuthorities estimate a wind-driven Southern California wildfire has grown to more than 70 square miles. Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen says the fire grew exponentially early Tuesday after breaking out Monday evening about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Cats Killing Millions Of Birds, Threaten Extinction, Study FindsIt’s not uncommon for cat owners to catch their four-legged friends doing a little hunting and leaving them a mauled bird on the doorstep. In Australia however, the feline hunters are reportedly racking up quite a body count.
Attention Turns To Environmental Impact Of HarveyAttention Turns To Environmental Impact Of Harvey
Racers Prepare For Solar Car Competition At TMSOne of the largest solar car races on the planet is happening this week in North Texas. Check out some of the racers who will be competing. They come from 36 high schools across nearly a dozen states.
Heavy Rain, Fast-Moving Water Brings Garbage To White Rock Lake ShoresThe lake is surrounded by creeks that feed into the water that bring runoff from as far away as Frisco during a big downpour.
'Seed Library' Giving North Texans Healthy Eating Nudge: Check It Out!Some Dallas Main Library staffers decided to give patrons a little push, by providing free seeds along with information and resources.
Collin County Growth Coming At Expense Of Some Beloved TreesSome McKinney homeowners are angry over what they're seeing along Virginia Parkway.
A Dallas Startup Is Putting Robots To Work In The YardThe company, Robin, has installed 50 robot lawn mowers in the DFW area.
Warning Sign Near Anna Water Tower Causes ConcernThe City of Anna insists there's nothing wrong with the water coming out of this faucet and others in town. But residents are afraid a repair project at a nearby water tower is contaminating it.
A Look Inside The New Dallas Recycling PlantWe're getting a look inside of a $20 million project in Dallas, aimed at getting people to recycle more.
Ceremonial Groundbreaking At New North Texas Food BankThe North Texas Food Bank is kicking off a $55 million fundraising effort to expand operations. Organizers say you can stop hunger while building hope. Today a ceremonial groundbreaking was held at the future site of the of food bank distribution center in Plano. The actual groundbreaking will be held this summer.
NASA Photos Give New Look At SaturnNASA Photos Give New Look At Saturn
Plano Recycling Facility Still Burns Two Days After Fire StartedThe fire started on Wednesday and as of Friday night, smoke continued to float across 14th Street.
Arboretum Workers Busy Planting 2017 "Blooms"So, exactly what does it take to create one of the most spectacular floral festivals at the Dallas Arboretum? More than you think! The North Texas thermometer is on a roller coaster, with temperatures warm and springlike and below freezing. But workers are busy setting the 'groundwork' to create one of the most spectacular floral festivals at the Dallas Arboretum.
North Texan Plans Second Trip To North Dakota To Protest PipelineIt’s a 17-hour drive from North Texas to North Dakota but Jesse Puente said he did it and he’s about to make the drive again.
Lawmaker Proposes Ending Vehicle InspectionsIt's just in the idea phase right now, but a proposal by a Texas lawmaker could bring relief to just about every driver in the state. State Senator Don Huffines (R-Dallas) is pushing for the state to ditch state inspections.
Frisco Families Continue Oncor Electrical Substation Fight‘Not near our school’ is the rally cry being heard in Frisco, where families are taking their fight against an electrical substation to city officials tonight.
Planners Want To Expand Dallas’ Klyde Warren ParkPlanners Want To Expand Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park