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).
Hundreds of volunteers have helped restore more than 50 Texas state parks damaged or closed following deadly Memorial Day weekend flooding. But several North Texas parks remain closed.
It’s hard to believe so many areas in the Metroplex were underwater a few months ago. But not every area has dried out. High water has left thousands in Grapevine and Southlake scrambling to save their youth soccer program.
Some homeowners in Fort Worth will not soon forget the heavy rainfall that flooded neighborhoods earlier this year. Now, city officials are addressing flood concerns.
Drone technology will be part of a Texas A&M University seminar for emergency responders dealing with deadly flooding like the disastrous May storms.
As the flood water recedes in area lakes it reveals a couple of problems.
Four additional counties have been added to the federal disaster declaration for Texans damaged by deadly severe weather that began in early May.
Good news for North Texas drivers this Thursday! All of the southbound lanes of FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound are now open.
There is good news for those who use FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound — there could soon be a shorter commute for tens of thousands of drivers.
Dealing with days of rain and flooding means making adjustments for people who do business along North Texas lakes.
Emergency management officials say more than 1,000 homes in one Central Texas county were either damaged or destroyed in the Memorial Day weekend flooding.
A major road in Grapevine could be shut down for longer than expected. FM 2499 has been closed for several days, causing massive traffic headaches near the Grapevine Mills Mall.