The storms that rumbled across North Texas early Monday morning are being blamed for over 17,000 power outages.
Nursing student Magen Isaacs’ University of Texas at Arlington living quarters are much smaller than where she lived just a week ago.
There’s still no power for more than 45,00 people in Fort Worth following Thursday’s storms.
Thursday’s severe storms provided a scary wake up call for students at Arlington Baptist College.
Severe thunderstorms packing winds of up to 90 mph tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, causing widespread tree damage and leaving up to 125,000 electric utility customers in the dark.
It wasn’t even a month ago that parts of Fort Worth were soaked with several inches of rain. Now, especially with heavy rains in the forecast, many previously flooded residents are asking what’s being done to prevent another damaging washout?
After nearly doubling its street maintenance budget for this year, the City of Richardson is looking to increase road work funding by another half million to $2.45 million for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Many homeowners say they have flooded the city with complaints for years about poor drainage in the area but still fear flooding when heavy rain storms hit.
The homes are rebuilt and schools are almost finished. Tuesday residents in Moore, Oklahoma started construction on a new hospital. The groundbreaking happened one year to the day after a tornado destroyed it all.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 marks the one year anniversary of the day an EF-5 tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma.
It all started last year, with a love letter—salvaged from the storm: our peek into the lifelong romance of Robert and Glenda Whitehead.
Straight line winds caused the most damage during Thursday’s storms, according to the National Weather Service.