San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has apologized for a post on social media that referenced flood-ravaged Houston, where San Francisco opens the preseason.
Deadly severe weather this week has tested government alert and evacuation procedures, as officials scrambled to deal with storms and historic flooding.
Lightning lit up the North Texas skies on Tuesday night, but the storms left thousands of people in the dark on Wednesday morning.
Recovery teams are set to resume looking for 12 members of two families who, authorities said, are missing after a rain-swollen river in Central Texas carried a vacation home off its foundation.
Many boaters were feeling a little frustrated on Monday because, despite their hopes for a Memorial Day on the lake, most boat ramps were closed after days of heavy rain.
It’s not the best weather for a Memorial Day outside. A line of strong storms could come together on Monday afternoon and start moving east through the Metroplex.
The Trinity River has crested, but it is still considered dangerous, because more rain is on the way into DFW on Monday afternoon.
The severe weather threat for Memorial Day is very high. The primary risks will be damaging winds and large hail, but some isolated tornadoes are possible on Monday.
The first responder was swept away by a rush of water; his body was later discovered in a storm drain. Another firefighter attempted to save him, but was instead knocked down by flood waters and had to be rescued himself.
Amusement parks turned into water parks and roads turned into rivers overnight: Severe storms continue to batter Texas, from the border of Oklahoma to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Severe weather attacked North Texas on Tuesday night. Bridgeport was among the places that woke up early Wednesday morning with extensive damage to homes.
Storm damage is hard to miss in Mineral Wells, after a tornado passed right through the heart of downtown on Tuesday night.