Volunteers like Laura Darcy are feeding anyone who would appreciate a meal during the massive cleanup of the small town.
The Ebola virus brought Dallas’ Presbyterian Hospital to a near standstill, but doctors now tell us that fortunately memories fade quickly.
Damage from a deadly 2013 tornado stretches from Granbury to Cleburne. While residents there have made a concerted effort to rebuild, those who survived the storm will never forget those who didn’t.
Medical bills and other expenses continue to mount for a Frisco police officer who is recovering from a severe case of H1N1. Now, a police charity is raising money to help the nine-year veteran.
A sweet tooth is one thing, but for some people, sweets trigger unstoppable cravings. They call themselves food addicts. This weekend Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is holding a free public information session.
A Dallas drug recovery program has been designed specifically for mothers dealing with substance abuse. The program is called Hopeful Solutions and its creator says it was designed to focus on the children of drug addicted women.
After a fertilizer plant explosion devastated the rural town of West in April, local teachers and administrators did what they could to help the community cope with the disaster that wrecked hundreds of structures, including three of city’s four schools.
Today officials in Oklahoma are estimating the deadly tornado that tore through the city of Moore damaged or destroyed as many as 13,000 homes. As it stands, the Oklahoma Insurance Department is estimating damage somewhere between $1.5 and $2 billion.
The fertilizer plant that exploded last in West last month, killing 14 people, injuring more than 200 others and causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to the surrounding area had only $1 million in liability coverage, lawyers said Saturday.
A Disaster Recovery Center has opened in West, Texas for homeowners, renters and business owners who sustained damage as a result of the fertilizer plant explosion.
A charity operated by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has donated $100,000 for recovery efforts after a deadly fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.
State and federal investigators continued to comb through the rubble in West Monday — looking for clues to what touched off a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant last week. The blast killed 14 people and leveled dozens of homes.