People affected by the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that took place beginning May 4 in parts of Texas may qualify for tax relief from the IRS.
Today FEMA added 20 more counties — including Johnson and Denton Counties — to a disaster declaration for Texas after a swath of severe floods ravaged parts of the state and killed 28 Texans.
A Mobile Registration Intake Center has opened in Van to serve people who sustained damage as a result of severe storms and flooding.
A Frisco man claims the DEA harassed him for simply walking on public property. The confrontation was caught on camera while the man was trying to prove a point about where you and I have a right to be.
The long road to recovery for the city of West is proving to still be full of bumps and cracks.
December’s ice storm left North Texas battered and bruised. Now we’ve learned we’ve been left out in the cold again — footing all the repair bills.
A federal agency is granting $20 million to a rural Central Texas town to help rebuild two schools destroyed in last year’s deadly fertilizer plant explosion.
It is far from an ideal situation, but West ISD Superintendent Marty Crawford said the district will be ready for students come the first day of classes on August 26th.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency reversed its previous decision and approved additional funding Friday to help rebuild the small Texas town where an April fertilizer plant explosion leveled homes, damaged buildings and killed 15 people.
After denying an initial funding request by Gov. Rick Perry, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced a $2.8 million grant to help schools devastated by a plant explosion in West, Texas.
By December of 2011 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had declared wildfire disaster declarations in more than 150 Texas counties. Today the agency refunded some of the money spent to fight those fires.
Gov. Rick Perry is asking President Obama and federal officials to reconsider their denial of major disaster aid to the Texas town stricken by a deadly fertilizer blast.