Homeowners Handing Over Control Of Thermostat To Lower BillsCoServ Electric, which services most homes in Frisco as well as homes in parts of six North Texas counties, has started a new high-tech program aimed at lowering energy usage a peak times during the summer.
Police Investigate Who Had Trees Trimmed Near White Rock LakeWhen they asked why it was happening, police said the crew told the witness a homeowner across the street wanted to improve their view.
Residents Sick Of Landfill Stinking Up The PlaceNumerous residents of the River Glen neighborhood who live by DFW Landfill off Hebron Parkway are on the verge of passing out from the nasty smell.
Southlake Installs Thousands Of "Tech Water Meters"The new meters send homeowners a text if a leak is detected.
Debris Piling Up At Lake Ray HubbardArea residents are attempting to tackle this problem on their own.
After Disasters, Dallas Non-Profit Helps Communities RegrowStorms and natural disasters can be merciless in Texas. For communities hit hard, that can also mean the loss of greenery that makes them beautiful. Now, a Dallas non-profit is helping.
Big Day For Kids In "Big Thought" ProgramDallas City of Learning's Big Thought program brought 1,000 kids to the Trinity River Audubon Center For a huge day of outdoor learning.
Parents Worry About Dallas School's Air QualityTesting continues Monday at Lakewood Elementary School in the Dallas ISD, where parents are worried that the classrooms are making children sick.
Parents Worry About More CO Problems At Dallas SchoolTesting continues Monday at Lakewood Elementary School in the Dallas ISD, where parents are worried that the classrooms are making children sick.
Cowboys' Brandon Carr Tackles Flint Water CrisisCarr has donated more than $100,000 dollars because in his words, “kids didn’t ask for this, it’s injustice to see them in this situation."
Still No Drinking From The Tap In Parts Of Fort WorthStill No Drinking From The Tap In Parts Of Fort Worth
Wildfires Have Many Texans Worried They Could Be NextDrought conditions, an active burn ban, and open fields have Collin Co. homeowners worried.
Students Creating Green Space On School RoofA group of students in Collin County have spent the past year working on a rooftop green space for their high school -- like Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, but on a school building. Now, the project has gotten attention from Southern Methodist University.
NASA Confirms Intermittent Water Flows On Mars"Under certain circumstances, liquid water has been found on Mars," officials at NASA said Monday. Mars appears to have flowing streams of salty water, at least in the summer, scientists reported Monday in a finding that could have major implications for the possibility of life on the planet.
Denton Vote Could Impact Residential Gas Well SetbacksThe same state bill that forced the City of Denton to do away with a fracking ban now has city leaders concerned, because they believe it could also force them do away with its setback restrictions. The change would potentially allow gas wells to be placed even closer to unsuspecting neighbors.