One of the things that makes North Texas so special is the communities that preserve their link to our state’s great history– even as they embrace the future. Lancaster in South Dallas County is one such city.
A grim anniversary is looming; next week will be the one year since a tornado ripped through North Texas and hit Lancaster especially hard.
The state’s emergency management chief says tornadoes and storms that slammed North Texas last week have cost public agencies almost $17 million so far.
A warning for residents, volunteers and crews cleaning up damage from last Tuesday’s tornadoes — watch for natural gas lines. A number of dangerous natural gas situations were discovered during surveys of tornado damage in Lancaster.
Perry toured Lancaster by air Thursday and spoke to local officials.
A South Dallas couple is counting their blessings after a huge truck trailer landed on their house in Tuesday’s tornadoes.
Many area residents will be requiring assistance from contractors after Tuesday’s storms. But consumers should watch out for potential scammers.
One of the twisters that tore across southern Dallas County directly hit the City of Lancaster. Damage and debris in the city is so expansive that a mandatory, citywide curfew began at 7 p.m. Tuesday night and ended at 7 a.m. today.
North Texas is reeling on Wednesday morning after tornadoes destroyed hundreds of homes on Tuesday and left about 10,000 people without power.