An emergency official says a deadly tornado that blasted an East Texas town left behind about $40 million in damage.
“We thought we were going to die,” said Angela Reed looking at her parents’ dismantled home in Van, Texas.
An insurance group says last weekend’s storms across north and central parts of Texas have caused at least $65 million in damage to vehicles.
A home flooded with sewage is almost unlivable until repairs are made, and the owners are getting the runaround from those they say are responsible.
Attorney Leonard Davis of New Orleans said Monday that notices were sent Friday to the homeowners in Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, Virginia, Texas and Alabama.
Thursday’s severe storms provided a scary wake up call for students at Arlington Baptist College.
Severe thunderstorms packing winds of up to 90 mph tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, causing widespread tree damage and leaving up to 125,000 electric utility customers in the dark.
Charges have been dismissed against a North Texas mom accused of helping a group of kids vandalize a neighbors home.
Some of the headstones at Greenwood Cemetery in Longview were moved while others were knocked over and damaged. Older headstones, including some obelisks, were toppled and broken into pieces.
The small Arkansas town of Vilonia was hit hard by the tornado on Sunday. Three years ago this same week, a twister devastated Vilonia, killing four people.
Early Sunday morning Carrollton Police were called to the 1600 block of Audubon Ct. after reports of people throwing rocks at cars driving on E. Hebron Parkway.
The LBJ freeway in North Dallas is not a fun place to be right now. But for some 100 homeowners, there is no avoiding the construction mess…they nearly live on top of the LBJ Express Project.