American Red Cross
Although the damage from Hurricane Isaac does not look too bad as of Wednesday morning, relief groups across North Texas are still prepared to help those hit by the storm.
The American Red Cross is out in force today looking for people who need help after Sunday night’s violent storms. Teams are being sent out into the field to help ensure residents know there is assistance available.
Firefighters in west Dallas battled a four-alarm fire at a recycling facility while facing summer heat and winds.
Red Cross officials say the month of June has yielded 50,000 fewer donations than expected. Now the organization is calling for all eligible donors to donate blood as soon as possible.
A two-alarm fire caused “substantial damage” to a two-story duplex Monday after spreading to the attic before fire officials arrived.
Less than two weeks after a tornado, Lancaster homeowners are still recovering and bracing for more severe weather. Resident Albert Smith is packing up what he can, while he still can.
The Red Cross is urging North Texans to be prepared when storms roll through. Red Cross spokeswoman Anita Foster recommends that everyone put together a disaster supply kit ahead of time.
Prosecutors say the leader of a Dallas arson ring that scammed the Red Cross has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
As a new season gets underway at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, the Texas Rangers are doing their part to help out neighbors whose homes were destroyed by Tuesday’s tornadoes.
Whether you were a victim of Tuesday’s violent weather or just want to volunteer or donate, we hope this information helps you.
San Antonio-based grocery chain H-E-B is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross as well as taking customer donations that’ll go toward helping those affected by Tuesday’s tornadoes.
North Texas is reeling on Wednesday morning after tornadoes destroyed hundreds of homes on Tuesday and left about 10,000 people without power.