Johnson County residents clean up Saturday morning after Friday night’s big storm.
A storm that produced several tornado warnings throughout North Texas has left a trail of damage from across several cities.
Storm damage on Friday was most severe in Joshua, where EMS officials estimated 40-60 homes were damaged.
A bus driver in the Joshua Independent School District wasn’t on her normal route Tuesday. The woman has been sidelined while officials investigate video of an alleged conversation she had with a student.
The Federal Aviation Administration has cleared the skydiving company in an accident that nearly killed a 16-year-old Joshua resident in January.
It is believed that straight line winds caused serious damage and injuries in Johnson County. Officials in Joshua say a mobile home was destroyed and at least two other homes seriously damaged just west of the city.
Makenzie Wethington returned to school in Joshua for the first time on Monday morning after a Oklahoma skydiving mishap in late January left her injured in the hospital.
Less than two months after a terrifying skydiving mishap, a North Texas teenager is walking and ready to go back to school. Makenzie Wethington, 16, was skydiving in Oklahoma on January 25 when her parachute didn’t open correctly.
The U.S. Parachute Association will increase the minimum age for first-time skydivers nationwide to 18 years starting May 1, replacing a provision that allowed younger teens to jump with parental consent.
A 16-year-old North Texas girl who plummeted more than 3,000 feet to the ground in an Oklahoma skydiving accident walked with assistance Monday and is expected to fully recover, her doctor said Monday.
The Joshua teenager badly hurt when she plummeted 3500 feet to the ground in skydiving attempt is returning to North Texas less than a week after the accident.
A 16-year-old Texas girl who survived a fall of more than 3,000 feet in an Oklahoma skydiving accident last weekend is scheduled to be discharged from an Oklahoma City hospital.