Posted on · As of Monday morning, National Weather Service declared yet another excessive heat warning for the Houston area.
Posted on · Texas is facing an intense wildfire season, with already over 200,000 acres burned so far. Of course, wildfires can have devastating consequences for people, agriculture and the environment. But they also bring some positive ecological effects.
Posted on · Wildfires near Abilene wafted in from the northwest Friday morning.
Posted on · The Houston-Galveston area is under a wind advisory.
Posted on · A wildfire burning in Big Bend National Park grew to 1,000 acres on Tuesday.
Posted on · In September of 2011, severe drought – coupled with a tropical storm – helped fuel a wildfire that destroyed the home of Randy Fritz and his family in the Lost Pines area, about 103 miles northwest of Houston near Bastrop. While neither he, his wife nor his three daughters were hurt in the fire that […]
Posted on · The wildfires of the last couple years brought attention to a problem for the Texas Forest Service when it came to fighting fires on military bases. Miles of red tape have now been cleared up to make the process more simple.
Posted on · This weekend marks one year since a wildfire destroyed Bastrop State Park and burned thousands of acres. The fire tore through a unique eco-system called the lost pines forest. Now a fundraising effort is underway to restore the decimated area.
Posted on · More good news today for Texas communities affected by last year's wildfires. The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development says block grants of more than $31 million are headed this way to help in wildfire recovery.
Posted on · Victims of wildfires in 23 Texas counties have until Friday to register with FEMA for potential recovery assistance. The agency's Bob Howard says it's the last call for wildfire recovery assistance.
Posted on · All residents forced out of their homes from the massive tri-county wildfire northwest of Houston are being allowed to return. They're now trying to return to normal.
Posted on · Officials in Waller County say they've been overwhelmed with donations of food, clothing, and other items to help those affected by the recent wildfires. The county says it has all the donated clothing it can handle. There's something else the county is asking for to help people with livestock recover from the fires.