City Gives Garland Tornado Victims A Debris DeadlineThe City of Garland started its final round of storm debris collection today.
Month Later: Collin County Tornado Victims Unsure, But Positive About FutureHooie Hanna says she is still overwhelmed, one month after the EF-2 tornado destroyed her restaurant and several other businesses.
Effort Underway To Return Precious Items Lost In TornadoesThe National Disaster Photo Rescue is an organization dedicated to reuniting sentimental items with their rightful owners.
Homeowners Worry That Tornado Debris Becoming Health HazardIn Rowlett, the rain only adds to the storm ravaged dreariness of this once lovely neighborhood near I-30 and Dalrock.
13th Person Dies From Injuries From North Texas Tornado OutbreakA 13th person has died from injuries from a North Texas tornado outbreak late last month. Trevor "Neil" Heslop, 73, died last week.
Family Remembers Father That Passed Away Six Days After Tornado Destroyed Their HomeWork crews used heavy machinery to tear through homes in Garland decimated by last month’s tornado.
Garland Tornado Cleanup Through The Eyes Of A VolunteerThe memory of the tornado outbreak on December 26, 2015 may be fading. However the work is just starting.
Sunnyvale Man Survives Second Close CallTerrorism and a tornado in the same year for Bruce Joiner.
Waxahachie Teacher Survives Tornado, Offers Inspiring Life LessonSteve Thomas has a special presentation for the 8th graders. “I call it 12-26, the day a tornado hit,” Thomas tells his students.
Restaurants Donate Portion Of Day's Sales To Tornado ReliefWith tornado recovery efforts in their second week, some worry people may lose focus on the ongoing needs of victims.
Texas Red Cross: Tornado Damage Assessment Just 1st Step Of RecoveryWhile people are beginning to get an idea of the meteorological impact, physical loss and damage, Red Cross officials say tornado victims are just beginning to feel the mental and emotional toll.
Garland To Pass Price Gouging Protection For Citizens After TornadoGarland Mayor Douglas Athas said that the city council is making sure that prices for supplies, hotel rooms and food stay the same as they were before the December storm.