Hurricane Dorian Pummels Bahamas As Monster Category 4 StormHurricane Dorian was battering parts of the Bahamas Monday morning with punishing 155 mph maximum sustained winds -- down from 185 mph earlier.
Storm Surge Warning In Effect As Tropical Storm Barry Hits Southeastern LouisianaNew Orleans and communities along the Gulf Coast are bracing for a drenching from Tropical Storm Barry.
New Orleans Swamped By Flooding; Possible Hurricane On The WayA possible hurricane that could strike the Gulf Coast and raise the Mississippi River to the brim of the city's protective levees.
Month After Deadly Crane Collapse, Former Tenants Still Can't Get Their Things, Including VehiclesA month later, some former tenants still have no answers, no home and no car.
1 Month After Deadly Crane Collapse, Dallas Shop Owner Questions Street Closure That's Hurting BusinessFormer tenants and surrounding business customers are being kept out of the area while it appears to be business as usual for the construction crews.
Greenville Cleanup Is Underway After Wednesday's Severe WeatherHunt County is getting ready to cleanup the trail of destruction left by Wednesday's severe storm.
8 Planes, Helicopter At Fort Worth Aviation Museum Damaged During Sunday StormSurveillance video showed a helicopter weighing around 8,000 pounds flipping over into a plane.
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.
Louisiana Volunteer And Rescue Group Helps Aid Disabled Dallas Citizen After Last Week's StormsThe Louisiana based volunteer and rescue group, Louisiana Cajun Navy, came to help a disabled Dallas resident who's property was left inaccessible after last week's storms.
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.
Dallas Couple That Just Retired Gets Flooded Out Of HomeCheryl Romero and her husband, Dr. Jorge Romero, did what they could to ease the pressure. “We opened the front door to let the water escape.”