April 3 Tornadoes
Severe weather that brought three tornadoes and large hail to North Texas last week are estimated to have caused $300 million in insured losses.
There’s no place like home for the holidays, claims the popular song. In Forney’s Diamond Creek neighborhood, though, families are still trickling back, eight months after a tornado struck.
The evidence of the April tornadoes that hit southwest Arlington is in what you don’t see in the neighborhoods: trees
October 3 marks 6 months since a tornado ripped through an Arlington neighborhood. And as the city of Arlington celebrated National Night Out on October 2, many neighbors came together to reflect, and to help each other.
It has been a little more than six weeks since the tornado outbreak in North Texas destroyed homes and disrupted lives. One tornado tore a path of destruction through southwest Arlington.
Since the tornado outbreak on April 3, an Arlington resident has made it her mission to reunite people with their memories.
At Green Oaks Nursing Center in Arlington, the rainy weather couldn’t dampen the spirits of the staff or residents: it was moving day!
Patricia Murphy says part of her roof collapsed after the tornado slammed their Southwest Dallas house last Tuesday.
Sandra Cooper from Arlington has been trying to save lost memories. Moments after Tuesday’s tornado ripped through Southwest Arlington, Cooper started picking up pictures scattered across yards.
It’s been two days since an EF-2 tornado tore through Lancaster—turning rows of neat and tidy homes into piles of exposed lumber, brick, and debris.
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.