HILL COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – The luxury home that has been teetering on the edge of a cliff over Lake Whitney could be destroyed well before it falls into the water. City leaders met on Thursday morning to discuss options for …
Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. LAKE WHITNEY, TX (KCEN) — A house teetered over a cliff in Hill County, was poised to go tumbling into Lake Whitney. So the White Bluff fire chief decided …
A few months ago, a landslide caused major destructions in Lake Whitney, Texas. Pieces of a 4000-square-foot luxury home, which was built on the edge of a 75-foot cliff, have been falling off, threatening to bring the whole house down in …
WHITNEY, Texas (AP) — The owner of a vacant luxury house teetering on a crumbling 75-foot cliff over a Central Texas lake has decided to burn the house and clear the lot of the debris. Tom Hemrick, Hill County's emergency …
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 …
Whitney - Just imagine. Your luxury lakefront house, bought only a couple of years ago, starts falling into the lake below as the cliff cracks and crumbles away beneath it. Then, to speed things up, authorities set it alight Friday and now the …
WHITNEY, Texas— 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 took less …
... home with stunning views of Lake Whitney is on the verge of getting a view of the bottom of the Texas lake. A large part of the limestone bluff beneath the home has given way, leaving part of it dangling over a cliff, CBS reports. Army …
Charred debris from a luxury cliff-side home fell 75 feet into a lake below on Friday ... It took less than an hour for the fire to level the home above Lake Whitney, about 60 miles south of Fort Worth. Flames consumed exterior walls after …