Family Thanks Officer For "Egging" Their House On Easter morning, one Rowlett family opened their front door to find their home had been "egged."
Community Members Run For Rowlett Tornado RecoveryMore than 2,000 people were expected to take part in the Rebuild Rowlett 5K Run and Walk on Saturday.
Demolition Company Tears Down Wrong Home Damaged By TornadoAs if the December tornadoes weren't enough, one Rowlett woman's duplex is gone, demolished in an apparent mix up over which home was supposed to get torn down.
Rebuild Rowlett 5kComing up Saturday, more than 2,000 runners will take part in the Rebuild Rowlett 5k to help local residents recover.
New App Helps Tornado Survivors Manage DebtA first of its kind app called saferesponse.net was created to help victims of the 2015 tornado outbreak who rose from the debris only to fall deeply into debt.
Lightning Strike Likely Cause Of Rowlett House FireFirefighters say a probable lightning strike set a home on fire on Aberdeen Road near Princeton Road around 5:00am Wednesday.
Tornado Cleanup Continues In Rowlett Despite The RainAny significant storms faced by North Texans this week mark the first bit of severe weather since last December’s deadly tornado outbreak.
It's Not Just A Pile Of Garbage, It Was Once A HomeInside of Rowlett, along the frontage road to the Bush Turnpike, sit tons of rubble. Storm debris to some. Complete lives to others.
What To Do When A Tornado Strikes And You're On The RoadThe wintertime is not normally the time of year when we see tornadoes here in North Texas. So the tornado that ripped through the area the day after Christmas caught a lot of us by surprise.
Many Myths Persist About TornadoesAs evidenced by what happened the day after Christmas, we all know about the devastation that tornadoes can leave behind.
Predicting Tornadoes Is A ScienceDecember 26th, 2015 -- the day after Christmas. Mother Nature gives us something that we will never forget.
Rowlett Residents Complain Of Neighbor NightmareThe house at the end of Bryn Mawr Drive in Rowlett has dead bushes, holes in the roof, no running water and no trash pickup. But it does have a resident -- a mysterious one, too.