Icy Weather Results In Power Outages: 'I Didn’t Have Internet, I Just Watched Trees Fall All Day'The power outages were caused by trees buckling under the weight of ice. The snapping limbs brought down power lines.
Houston Floodwaters Start To Drop, But Death Toll RisesHarvey's floodwaters began to drop across much of Houston, and the sun peeking through clouds Wednesday was the biggest glimmer of hope in days for the besieged city. But as the crisis eases, the storm could begin to give up its dead.
Dallas To Open Third Shelter For Harvey EvacueesDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said Sunday afternoon that the city will now open a third shelter to accommodate Tropical Storm Harvey evacuees.
New Approach To Panhandling Concerns In Deep Ellum Aimed At GiversA new approach to solving Deep Ellum’s panhandling problem is catching people’s attention as well as skepticism.
Tornado Touches Down As Severe Storm Moves Into North TexasA tornado has touched down as part of a severe storm system moving into North Texas that's bringing with it hail and high winds.
Steps Being Taken To Make Sure Arriving Immigrant Kids Are HealthySome people are expressing health concerns as hundreds, possibly thousands, of immigrant children head to North Texas. There are reports the kids could have diseases like swine flu and tuberculosis. But some of the concerns are unfounded.
Thousands Attempt To Break Sandwich-Making Record In DallasTwo birds, one stone. Nearly 1,900 volunteers partnered with a Dallas-based company Saturday morning to both break a Guinness World Record and feed the homeless.
Bitter Cold Has North Texas Shelter Exceeding CapacityAs temperatures fall, demand at the Arlington Life Shelter rises. The shelter is quickly running out of resources to meet demand. As it stands, the shelter is exceeding its capacity of 85 people.
North Texas Red Cross Sending Help To ColoradoAbout 20 North Texas volunteers are headed to Colorado to help the thousands that have been displaced by the deadly flooding.
Massive Tornado Changed How Texas Town Builds SchoolsAn EF5 tornado that hit Jarrell, Texas 16 years ago nearly wiped the small, Central Texas town off the map. Twenty seven people died.