WACO, Texas (AP) - A large piece of a cliff above Lake Whitney that was already marred by a giant crack in the limestone has crashed into the lake below during a severe storm. Hill County Emergency Management Coordinator …
Lake Whitney, Texas – A luxury house in Central Texas has started falling into the water reports KCEN. It’s in the White Bluff Resort area near Lake Whitney. The edge of the 4000 square foot home was dangling about 75 feet above the …
A luxury house in Texas, perched on a cliff with a spectacular view of Lake Whitney, has started falling into the water. (CNN/WFAA) LAKE WHITNEY, Texas (CNN/WFAA) — A luxury house in Texas, perched on a cliff with a spectacular …
The humbling sight over Lake Whitney comes nearly a year after the land's former ... Today the fissure in the crumbling cliff is seen continuing to spread, likely proving new worries for the remaining residents who have been aided by the …
WHITNEY, Texas – A vacant luxury house appears on the verge of tumbling 75 feet into a Central Texas lake because a cliff is collapsing beneath the property. WFAA-TV (http://bit.ly/TJeUfl ) in Dallas-Fort Worth reported Wednesday that …
Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. LAKE WHITNEY, TX (KCEN) — A house teeters over a cliff in Hill County. If more of the bluff collapses, it could go tumbling into Lake Whitney. Now the White …
But he didn’t mean it. We approached a spot in the woods overlooking Lake Whitney and the original site of Eli Whitney’s gun factory. A flock of Canada …
WHITNEY, Texas (AP) — Charred debris from a luxury cliff-side home fell 75 feet into a lake below on Friday after fire crews set the $700,000 retreat ablaze rather than wait for it to crumble into the water as the land faltered around it. It …
The owners vacated the 4000 square-foot home, which sits 75-feet above Lake Whitney in Hill County, after a crack in the cliff was discovered two weeks ago. Earlier this week the bluff started crumbling, taking part of the house with it. …
The giant chasm cuts across a cliff above Lake Whitney, and nervous observers worry they’re one big rain away from a life-threatening disaster. “It’s getting larger... it’s getting wider... it’s getting deeper,” neighbor Steve Mellgren told WFAA 8.