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Texas Baptist Relief Effort To Japan On Hold

The Texas Baptist Men were about to dive, head first, into Japan’s nightmare; until another disaster hit.

03/17/2011

Lemons

Dallas Mom Making Lemon-Aid For Japan

A Dallas mom has a solution to helping her kids cope with tragedy, proving that when life give you lemons, you can make lemonade.

03/17/2011

Japan flag over Radiation symbol. (credit: AP Images)

Low-Level Radiation Detected On Incoming DFW Flight

A Tokyo to DFW Airport flight sets off radiation detectors, but officials say the levels posed no danger. And U.S. Postal Inspectors say there is no need for concern about radiation on incoming North Texas mail.

KRLD–03/17/2011

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Local Woman Living In Japan Deals With Quake Aftermath

Jessica Flemming is about 40 miles inland from Sendai where she was working when the earthquake hit just 80 miles away.

KRLD–03/17/2011

A car tire sits straight up in water over a land devastated by the tsunami in Sendai on March 13, 2011. (credit: Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

Arlington Woman’s Mother Survives Japanese Quake

Susan Morrison was born in Sendai. Her mother was single, with no job and no means to support a family. So when Morrison was three-years-old, the court gave her to an American couple. Morrison hasn’t heard from her since the earthquake.

03/16/2011

OTSUCHI, JAPAN - In this handout images provided by the International Federation of Red Cross Japan,  civil defense teams search for survivors March 15, 2011 in Otsuchi, Japan. After a third explosion Tuesday at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the government is telling people living within 20 miles to stay indoors with the windows closed because of the possibility of high levels of radiation being released from the plant. (Photo by Toshirharu Kato/Japanese Red Cross/IFRC via Getty Images)

Fort Worth Couple Home After Quake Strikes Japanese Vacation

A North Texas couple said they are lucky to be home after spending the weekend in Japan when an earthquake hit.

03/16/2011

OTSUCHI, JAPAN - In this handout images provided by the International Federation of Red Cross Japan,  civil defense teams search for survivors March 15, 2011 in Otsuchi, Japan. After a third explosion Tuesday at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the government is telling people living within 20 miles to stay indoors with the windows closed because of the possibility of high levels of radiation being released from the plant. (Photo by Toshirharu Kato/Japanese Red Cross/IFRC via Getty Images)

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Raises Concerns In North Texas

The Comanche Peak nuclear power plant in Glen Rose pushed back the date to bring two new reactors online, however officials say the decision is not related to the nuclear emergency in Japan.

03/15/2011

A private plane washed inshore by the tsunami sits in water and debris next to cars outside Sendai Airport in Natori, Miyagi. (credit: Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)

Daughter Of Fort Worth Woman In Japan Devastation

The news of a massive tsunami striking the coast of Japan hit Joan Greene, of Fort Worth, like a punch in the stomach. Her 27-year-old daughter, Jessica Fleming, was right in the middle of the devastation.

CBSDFW.COM–03/13/2011

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SMU Student & Dean Impacted By Japanese Quake

A delegation from SMU’s Dedmen College is in Tokyo and had an unexpected experience, one of the most powerful earthquakes to ever hit the island nation of Japan.

03/11/2011

Toyota Begins Recall over Faulty Engines

Toyota started recalling more than 90,000 luxury Lexus and Crown vehicles Monday

07/05/2010

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