Some Dallas Warning Sirens Still Left Broken Ahead Of Severe Weather FridayWith the threat of severe weather, many cities alert citizens with early warning sirens — However, many may not get that warning Friday as some Dallas sirens are still left broken from last October's storms.
Toy Store Damaged In Dallas Tornado To Reopen At New, Temporary Location FridayA beloved North Dallas toy store has been forced to keep its doors locked ever since tornadoes swept through the city on Oct. 20. But, with creativity and a lot of extra hands, The Toy Maven will open tomorrow in a temporary location.
Dallas County Commissioners To Vote On Order That Could Give Tornado Victims Relief On Property TaxesDallas County commissioners will vote on an order that could give tornado victims some relief on their property taxes Tuesday.
Cambridge School Of Dallas Students Return To Class At Fellowship Church After TornadoThe small, Christian college-prep school was devastated by the EF-3 tornado and forced to relocate from Northway Church. But even though its home was destroyed, the school is very much still alive.
Dallas Residents, Business Owners Still Left Picking Up The Pieces After EF-3 Tornado DamageTen days ago, April Kao first saw the devastation the north Dallas tornado left after tearing through the back of her Preston Hollow home.
Dallas ISD Develops New Plans For District Amid Tornado DamageDallas ISD officials discussed a series of rebuild plans for Jefferson Wednesday, but not Cary or Walnut Hill.
Dallas Business Owners Slammed By Tornado Wonder How Soon They Can Reopen, RebuildAfter being slammed by an EF-3 tornado 10 days ago, business owners at one of Dallas' most well-known intersections — Preston Road and Royal Lane — are trying to rebuild and reopen.
FEMA Crews Tour Parts Of Richardson Slammed By Last Weekend's TornadoFEMA crews toured parts of Richardson slammed by last week's tornado, assessing the damage at public facilities and the storm debris.
School Is Back In Session For Dallas ISD Students Amid Sunday's Storm DamageWith their schools now destroyed, thousands of Dallas ISD students returned to class today — albeit in hurriedly prepared spaces.
North Texans Work To Clean Tornado Damage While Preparing For Another Round Of StormsWith storms predicted to hit DFW tomorrow, people dealing with damage are kicking their recovery efforts into full gear.
Free Disaster Legal Hotline Available To Those Affected By North Texas Tornadoes, Severe StormsThe toll-free legal hotline will connect callers with legal aid providers in their area who can help with such issues as replacing lost documents, insurance questions, landlord-tenant problems and consumer protection matters.
U-Haul Offers 30 Days Free Self-Storage To North Dallas Tornado VictimsSix U-Haul Companies across North Texas are offering 30 days of free self-storage and container usage to residents who have been impacted by Sunday night's severe storms.
Highland Park Considers Demolishing Severely Neglected HomeA Highland Park home may be headed for demolition after the town condemned it after years of neglect.
Police Charge Passed Out Man With Damaging Gas Regulator Station In GarlandGarland police arrested and charged a Dallas man who is responsible for damaging a regulator station Saturday morning, police said.
15,000 Oncor Customers Remain Without Power, Storms Brought 'Complete Devastation'Around 15,000 Oncor customers still remain without power. One of the most affected areas is north Dallas.