Heavy rain and high winds brought some precipitation to the DFW area on Thursday night and Friday morning, but left behind flooded freeways and downed power lines.
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.
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to a 2-alarm fire Sunday in the 300 block of Dakota Ridge Dr. in Tarrant County.
Overnight storms in the DFW area and West Texas have left tens of thousands of homes and businesses without electricity.
School has been canceled for a second day at a North Texas community where a tornado damaged buildings and cut power.
High winds are being blamed for a spate of power outages across the DFW area overnight. Oncor reported more than 10,000 customers in the dark around 2:00 a.m. during the height of the problem.
A line of fast-moving thunderstorms ripped across North Texas Sunday morning, prompting weather warnings and causing power outages and brief flash flooding.
Windy conditions have knocked out power to about 47,000 homes and businesses in parts of Texas.
For Texans looking to save money on their monthly energy bills, Oncor is offering a simple solution: plant a tree.
Hundreds of electrical workers from North Texas are starting their second week in the northeast. Workers are helping restore power to the areas hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.
You’ll probably notice an increase on your next electric bill. According to Oncor Electric, the charge is to recover the money the company spends on transmission lines and other equipment.
North Texas energy provider Oncor sent work crews to the east coast on Monday morning to help restore power to areas about to be slammed by Hurricane Sandy, when the storm makes landfall on Monday night.