The worst single wildfire in Texas state history has charred tens of thousands of acres. But a glimmer of progress occurred Monday, when students returned to school in the county that suffered some of the worst destruction.
At least 1,554 homes have been destroyed by the worst wildfire in state history.
Wednesday’s links mark the start of the school year with important life lessons and classroom nostalgia.
They say everything’s bigger in Texas – even the fried-food offerings at their state fair.
It’s razed hundreds of homes, blackened tens of thousands of acres, and forced some 5,000 people to evacuate. And with all that, it’s now officially the worst single wildfire in Texas state history.
A 16-mile-wide blaze southeast of Austin has scorched more than 25,000 acres as firefighters struggle to contain the fire.
There’s a new storm to watch, this time threatening New Orleans and surrounding areas.
This week on late-night TV, Anne Hathaway went hip-hop while Kimmel and Stewart went political.
Be careful what you tweet about, restaurant patrons.
We all know that recycling is a good thing. But recycling sewage water?
A man trying to catch a baseball during a Texas Rangers game on Thursday died after falling head-first about 20 feet to the ground.