It’s four days since a hurricane hit the Mexican Pacific Coast resort town of Cabo San Lucas; but some North Texans are still stranded. The situation has led to some anxious moments for a Burleson family.
Hurricane Odile may have hit Mexico’s Pacific coast, but some of the repercussions were felt in North Texas. Families of tourists spent anxious hours out of touch with loved ones who were trapped in the storms path.
Business owners and drivers worry about another round of heavy rain in the cultural district of Fort Worth. One couple posted a video on YouTube showing them attempting to help stranded drivers by wading through waist-high water.
It’s a picture perfect day to fly out of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. The sun is out and the sky is blue, but not everyone has been able to get on a plane and head to their destination.
Rain came down fast and furious in parts of the state last night. Some areas were drenched with more than a foot of water. With the storm system dumping that much rain, there were a lot of flooding problems.
Angie South of Allen was counting down the days until the cruise she had planned with 14 girlfriends. The four-day voyage on the Carnival Triumph, however, did not go so triumphantly.
It was supposed to be a belated birthday gift for a young woman. The Texas Blastoff Ride at the Zero Gravity Amusement Park launched without a hitch. But as the ride settled, it left an Irving couple stranded 80 feet in the air.
DART executives are backing down and apologizing to the nearly 200 passengers who were stuck inside a DART train after Thursday’s Dallas Mavericks’ championship parade.
A half dozen Fort Worth firefighters are back home after a dramatic rescue of a horse in south Texas flooding.