Storms Leave Debris And Frightened Residents In Their WakeWhen heavy storms hit Frisco overnight, one neighborhood was right in the bullseye.
Fans Stuck At AT&T Stadium Due To Tornado Threat Following Cowboys Loss To PackersFans, media and staff members were forced to stay inside AT&T Stadium following the Cowboys loss to the Packers Sunday night due to severe weather passing through the area.
Severe Weather Possible Sunday With Ice Storm North Of DFWColorful map this time of the year signifies trouble, trouble, trouble.
Storms Push Across South, Damaging Buildings, Cutting PowerThe storm system that moved from Texas across the South left a trail of damage reported in at least 28 Mississippi counties, 15 Louisiana parishes and 15 Texas counties.
Lightning Blamed For House Fire In Parker Lightning is thought to be responsible for a house fire in the Collin County city of Parker.
Fort Worth Officials Mull Plan To Buy Flood-Prone HomesThe City of Fort Worth on Tuesday will be discussing a plan that would put them in the home-buying business. The proposal is for the city to purchase at least a few dozen flood-prone houses in the Arlington Heights neighborhood.
Fort Worth Considers Buying Flood-Prone HomesThe City of Fort Worth is looking into buying a number of homes that are prone to flooding. The idea is to turn those properties into green spaces, allowing water to flow through them without causing serious damage.
Hurricane Forces Airlines To Cancel Florida FlightsAirlines are canceling hundreds of flights as Hurricane Matthew sweeps along the Florida coast. The Fort Lauderdale airport shut down on Thursday morning, and the Orlando airport expected to do the same by nighttime.
2016 Ties 1914 For Wettest August In TexasPersistent rain in Texas has made August 2016 the wettest August in more than a century, and equal to the rainiest August ever. And, it could stay really wet for the next couple of months.
Swollen River Feeds Flooding Near Houston As Residents FleeResidents of some rural southeastern Texas counties were bracing for more flooding along a river that reached a record high Tuesday as more rain was expected in the coming days.
Does Your Dog Have Storm Phobia?When our big Texas storms approach, are your furry friends the first to panic? According to WbMD, storm phobia is very real and should be taken seriously.
After Disasters, Dallas Non-Profit Helps Communities RegrowStorms and natural disasters can be merciless in Texas. For communities hit hard, that can also mean the loss of greenery that makes them beautiful. Now, a Dallas non-profit is helping.

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