Firefighters are still battling the blaze that started yesterday afternoon near mile marker 7, East of Lockwood. Pryor Road and Highway 87 have been re-opened to local traffic, if you don't need to travel in this area, please do not...
Fire managers got a look at the Dahl Fire from the air today. The size of the blaze didn’t change significantly as a result of aerial mapping – it is 18,500 acres. Q2′s Drew Trafton has been on the scene of the Dahl Fire all day today and talked with him to get the latest.
A fast moving grass fire has sparked southwest of Roundup this afternoon and forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes. Q2′s Jay Kohn tells me that the large blaze has already burned around a thousand acres...
Ever since Blake Shelton debuted his new single ‘Over’ on ‘The Voice,’ we’ve been anxiously awaiting more from the hilariously up-front country star. The wait is over. This morning, Shelton’s new video for the song debuted on CMT as a part of a 30-minute program called ‘Diary of a Director: Blake Shelton’s ‘Over.”
Get ready to laugh for a great cause. You are invited to Bones Brewing this weekend for a comedy show to help rise money for those involved in the tragedy at High Plains Stables in which 19 horses were tragically lost in the early morning of April 23.
It makes sense that Lee Brice would be the first one to recognize a burning bus. After all, he watched his own go up in flames last month. Last night, Jerrod Niemann‘s bus caught fire, and he says it was the ‘Woman Like You’ singer who got his attention and made sure everyone was off the bus before an explosion that would have ripped through the cabin.
Over the weekend (Saturday, Jan. 21), Lee Brice was the latest country star to fall victim to an unexpected bus fire that destroyed his home on wheels. After pulling into Toby Keith‘s I Love This Bar and Grill restaurant in Mesa, Ariz., the back end of Brice’s Prevost tour bus caught on fire, but everyone escaped with minimal damage. Brice is now reflecting on the scare.
Billy Dean recently found out while on tour that his 1,500-square foot barn in Smithville, Tennessee had burned to the ground. Luckily, nobody was hurt, and Mark was certainly able to find some humor in the situation. Check out the audio to hear why Mark will be spending the Flakes Cruise by himself...
It’s been almost five months since Trace Adkins‘s Brentwood, Tenn. homed burned, and now it looks like demolition crews are finally bringing it down. On Wednesday afternoon the big man tweeted this picture, adding, “The house coming down.”
Even as rescue workers continue to battle the wildfires that have raged through Texas throughout September, organizers are putting together a benefit to help pay for some of the more than $250 million worth of damage the fires have left behind.
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