7:25 am Update – Here is the weather outlook for Sunday from our friends at the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth. 7:15 am Update – Dallas, Tarrant, Denton and Collin counties […]
Sever thunder storms and high winds that passed through North Texas over the weekend are to blame for some extensive damage in a few concentrated areas of the metroplex.
With the power out since Friday, Wreford says it’s gotten down to 37 degrees inside her Lake Highlands area house — and she’s fed up with Oncor’s broken promises.
As a rodeo clown, Casey Wagner has often stared fear in the face, but it was Mother Nature who brought him to his knees, after he was struck by lightning — twice.
Any rain is cause for celebration in drought stricken North Texas. Its especially exciting when you get more rain in one day than you’ve seen the whole month of September
Residents in the city of Garland are still cleaning up storm damage. But while the a/c units of the South Garland Baptist Church lay smashed on the ground, church members spent the evening right where they wanted.
Debris piles are growing as homeowners today worked to clear away the toppled trees and snapped branches—all the handiwork of Tuesday’s fierce and fast moving storms.
Severe weather moved across North Texas late Tuesday afternoon. Rain, high winds and lightning caused damage in several cities.
After a string of 100 degree days in North Texas, a change in the weather pattern is on the way, that will help cool off our temperatures and provide us with a chance of rain […]
Many of the national groups that were originally in Granbury to help after a tornado tore though the community, killing 7 people, have left. But Mission Granbury is still lending a helping hand.
The City of Fort Worth was flooded with calls during recent bad weather asking if there is a public shelter during storms. The answer is no. There is no official public shelter. But there are plenty of public places to find safety if you’re caught out in a storm. The problem is, most people think the same as way as Paul Crockett, who works in downtown Fort Worth.
Efforts are underway in parts of North Texas to find pets that were lost after this week’s deadly tornadoes. Volunteers and law enforcement officials are working to reunite owners with pets who’ve gone astray.