American Red Cross
A tornado outbreak has killed dozens of people across the southern states over the past two days, and the threat of severe weather continues for many others on Tuesday.
In preparation for expected severe weather in the greater metroplex area, the American Red Cross tested its recently unveiled Digital Operations Center between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday at its 4800 Harry Hines Blvd. location.
A four-alarm fire that broke out around 3:24 a.m. Saturday at the Mayan Palms Apartments on Hunnicut Road in Dallas has displaced at least 50 residents.
A four-alarm fire that broke out around 1:53 a.m. Saturday at the Finley Terrace Apartments of Irving has displaced more than 80 residents.
Dozens tried to console a Dallas mother as she fell to her knees in tears Sunday night at a vigil outside an East Oak Cliff apartment where her 2-year-old daughter died in a fire earlier that day.
The fire that broke out in a Northeast Dallas apartment complex Thursday, left the entire building destroyed and dozens of people without a place to live.
An intense fire sent the residents of a Dallas apartment complex scrambling on Thursday afternoon. Now, investigators are trying to determine what sparked the flames.
The American Red Cross is moving its disaster supply center from Mississippi to Dallas, partly as a cost-saving maneuver to be “good stewards of the donor dollar.”
Everman police have identified a suspect in the arson of an apartment complex that tore through 24 apartments but have yet to make an arrest.
Milford Residents will be allowed to briefly return to their homes on Friday, as crews continue to secure the area surrounding the site where a natural gas pipeline caught fire and exploded Thursday morning.
About 20 North Texas volunteers are headed to Colorado to help the thousands that have been displaced by the deadly flooding.
Dallas-Fire Rescue responded to a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in northeast Dallas on Saturday. Crews were able to extinguish the flames within 45 minutes.