'Nobody Should Have To Worry About Water': Frustration Boiling Over With Frozen Pipes DamageMore than a dozen North Texas cities are still under boil water notices, driven in part by burst pipes flooding homes and businesses and putting immense strain on the water system.
4 Recovering, 1 In Critical Condition, After Ending Up In Frigid Pond In Irving ParkThe couple and their two kids were walking around Thomas Jefferson Park in Northwest Irving when the mother slipped and fell through the ice into the pond.
Dozens Of North Texas Schools Damaged By Winter Storms Remain Closed Early Next WeekOn top of the floods, many are also dealing with connectivity issues from power outages, and boil orders that impact the ability for kids to wash their hands, and for cafeterias to produce food.
Keller Restaurants Helping Residents Who Can't CookHomes in Keller don’t have clean water to cook meals with. Restaurants there have a lot of extra food that will soon go to waste.
Frozen Pipes, Low Water Pressure Remain An Issue For Many North Texans"I'm under a boil notice, too, in Fort Worth, but I have no water coming into my house whatsoever," said Binoin. "I've got six little ones that I need to take care of."
President Biden May Visit Texas, Promises More Federal Aid As ERCOT Ends Emergency Operations"We're going to sign that declaration once it's in front of me and God willing, it will bring a lot of relief to a lot of Texans," said President Biden.
Store Shelves Shouldn't Be Sparse Much LongerKen Molestina reports on efforts to get the shelves stocked.
'With The Thaw Comes The Fraud'Ginger Allen is reporting on what to look out for to avoid becoming a victim.
Finally Warming Up!Each day gets warmer and warmer!
Gov. Greg Abbott Outlines Efforts To Get Texans Back On Track Following Winter Storms' ImpactGovernor Greg Abbott said Friday, Feb. 19, he and other Texas leaders are focused on four priorities as the state begins to thaw out after winter storms with record-low temperatures and some 4 million Texans losing power.
Gov. Greg Abbott News Briefing On Getting Texas Back To Normal After Winter StormsGovernor Greg Abbott said Friday, Feb. 19, he and other Texas leaders are focused on four priorities as the state begins to thaw out after winter storms with record-low temperatures and some 4 million Texans losing power.
11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Problem With Texas Burst Pipes, Water Leaks Won't End With Warm WeatherProblem With Texas Burst Pipes, Water Leaks Won't End With Warm Weather
Snow Day For Students, Storm Damage Repairs For DistrictsSnow Day For Students, Storm Damage Repairs For Districts
Texas Electric Grid Failure Still Affecting ResidentsTexas Electric Grid Failure Still Affecting Residents
Trail Derailment Near Downtown Fort WorthTrail Derailment Near Downtown Fort Worth
Freezing Expansion And Thawing Contraction Is Bad News For Your PipesFreezing Expansion And Thawing Contraction Is Bad News For Your Pipes
Finally Friday Morning Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksFinally Friday Morning Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Finally Back Above Freezing On FridayStill very cold in the morning!
How Much Longer Will DFW-Area Store Shelves Be Nearly Empty Following Winter Storms?“I know it’s unnerving for customers when they come in the store and it doesn’t look like the grocery store they know and love,” said a spokesperson for Tom Thumb and Albertsons.
Gov. Abbott Plans To Take Action So A Disaster Like This Never Happens AgainBrooke Katz reports.
Free Water Being Given Away In Multiple CommunitiesGo to CBSDFW.COM and click on "Free Water" at the top of the page.
Pipes Still Vulnerable With Thaw UnderwayNicole Nielsen reports.
Dozens Of North Texas Schools Suffer Damage That Could Impact When Kids ReturnRobbie Owens reports.