Dallas Wants To Replace Trees Destroyed During June Storm, Add Trees Long TermAfter losing more than 700 trees after last month's storms, the city of Dallas is developing a "master plan" to plant more.
Texas Baptist Men (And Women) Answer Call To Help Storm Victims: 'Job One Is To Comfort People'The men and women in yellow shirts are offering something storm victims need in a moment of crisis: hope and compassion.
Severe Storms, Powerful Winds Damage Eagle Mountain MarinaPowerful winds tore through parts of the roof of a structure covering boats.
Greenville Family Thankful Even After Lightning Fire Destroyed Home: 'We Would Have All Been Here Asleep'The Suttons had vacated their home when a storm killed the power. Later, lightning struck their home and caused a fire.
Greenville Church Pastor Credits 'Divine Intervention' For Decision To Cancel Evening Service Before Severe WeatherHighland Terrace Baptist Church Pastor Chet Haney looked into his church’s severely-damaged preschool room on Thursday and wondered, "what if?"
Straight Line Winds Damage Highland Terrace Baptist Church, Other Buildings In GreenvilleChopper 11 showed where part of the roof on both sides of the steeple were blown off as well as on other parts of the building.
NWS Confirms 4 Tornadoes Hit North Texas During Sunday's StormsThe National Weather Service confirmed tornadoes hit Arlington, Eagle Mountain Lake, Farmers Branch and Fort Worth during a round of severe storms Sunday afternoon.
Texas Storms Cause Widespread Damage, Topple Another Construction CraneMonday morning Chopper 11 flew over a residential area in Irving where weekend storms toppled a construction crane.
No Date Set On When To Remove Fallen Crane In DallasNearly a week has passed since a crane toppled onto a Dallas apartment complex, leaving one dead, but there is no date set on its removal.
Oncor Still Working To Restore Power To 97,000+ CustomersPowerful storms that blew through North Texas not only caused a deadly crane collapse in Dallas, but downed power lines that to date still have thousands of people in the dark.
More Than 200,000 Dallas-Area Customers Still Without Power Monday Night; Oncor Asks For PatienceAt the height of the storm, some 350,000 customers lost power. According to Oncor, about 140,000 have had service restored.
Sister Of Dallas Crane Collapse Victim Kiersten Smith Posts Tribute: 'My Baby Sister, I Will Miss You Terribly'"She was in love with a great guy, soon to start a new job, and had so many other wonderful things to look forward to," said Toni Smith in a Facebook post.
Hundreds Of Dallas-Fort Worth Flights Canceled After StormAmerican Airlines has canceled more than 200 additional flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport as the region recovers from a powerful weekend storm.
Oncor To Customers: Prepare For Multi-Day Outage Event, Stay With Family Or FriendsThe peak number of outages as a result of Sunday’s storms was more than 350,000 customers.
Picking Up The Pieces: Woman Killed In Crane Collapse IdentifiedThe Dallas County medical examiner's office identified the woman killed as 29-year-old Kiersten Symone Smith.