Residents in the city of Garland are still cleaning up storm damage. But while the a/c units of the South Garland Baptist Church lay smashed on the ground, church members spent the evening right where they wanted.
Debris piles are growing as homeowners today worked to clear away the toppled trees and snapped branches—all the handiwork of Tuesday’s fierce and fast moving storms.
Some powerful storms pushed through North Texas on Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, leaving a trail of damage behind them. One of the hardest hit areas was Garland.
Severe weather moved across North Texas late Tuesday afternoon. Rain, high winds and lightning caused damage in several cities.
A manhunt is underway in Garland. Police there are trying to find the man who walked into a local motel, pulled out what appeared to be a semi-automatic weapon and robbed a clerk working alone.
For centuries, tourniquets have played a role on the battlefield, helping keep wounded soldiers from bleeding to death. Now, recent attacks on civilians have police departments investing in them, too.
Business Insider recently ranked the safest cities in America, and three North Texas locations made the Top 20 list.
Garland detectives say a man possibly wearing headphones was struck and killed by a train in Garland late Tuesday night.
Lawn watering is now limited to once per week in Garland based on a person’s residential trash pickup schedule.
A child has been rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car in Garland.
Advocacy groups have filed a complaint with the U.S. Justice Department alleging Dallas-area public schools are too harsh in their truancy rules.
A man died early Wednesday morning after a police chase in Garland ended with a crash in Dallas.