August 27 is the deadline for North Texans with damage from the spring storms to register for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Wednesday announced Red River County becomes the 47th Texas county eligible for help.
Kimberli Shane says two months later, she still thinks about the EF-3 tornado that slammed her house and her neighborhood in Van.
Dallas homeowners, renters and business owners impacted by the recent flooding will be able to apply for state and federal help at two locations starting Tuesday, July 7.
Due to the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that has occurred in Texas over the last couple of months, the federal disaster declaration has been expanded to include Individual Assistance for five additional counties.
Homeowners, renters and business owners will soon have access to eight additional DRCs spread across Dallas County.
Six weeks after a major tornado ripped through Van, Texas, the city is nearly done with debris clean up.
Flood insurance is one of those things you may think you have, but you probably don’t. If your home is flooded, your homeowners insurance will most likely not cover the damage.
With all the rain, local, state and federal officials have been keeping a mindful eye on North Texas rivers and lakes.
FEMA agents are coming to Dallas County again Monday as the area waits to hear if it’s eligible for federal disaster aid amid the slew of storms and flooding last month. In order to qualify for federal aid, counties must have at least 25 severely damaged homes.
A disaster declaration may make life a lot easier for local storm victims.
Survey teams from FEMA and the state came to Dallas County Friday to assess damage in hard-hit flood areas.