Recent Storms Have Some North Texans Wondering If They're Insured Properly"People think of catastrophic claims as being tornadoes or hurricanes, things like that. This (thunderstorms) too classifies," said Michele Davis, a State Farm agent.
Father's Day Forecast: Severe Weather Possible Sunday Afternoon Into EveningSunday is looking to be a good day to be weather aware so that Father's Day plans aren't dampened.
Oncor: Power Restored To All Customers After Sunday StormsOncor said Thursday night power has been restored to the 350,000 customers who lost electricity during Sunday's storms.
Back In Business But Storms Take A Bite Out Of Cane Rosso's RevenueSunday's storm took a big bite out of Cane Rosso White Rock's revenue, because, when you're a pizza restaurant, no power means no dough.
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.
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.
North Texas Couple Weathers Another Tornado Hit With GratitudeJo and Bill Miniat were enjoying retirement in their second dream home on the wooded shores of Cedar Creek Lake when severe weather moved in.
North Texas Storms Bring Out Snakes, Homeowners On EdgeThe recent storms, heavy rains, and floods that have hit North Texas have caused many snakes onto porches and back yards of urban homes.
Surge In Tornado Activity Expected To Continue Across The United StatesOn Monday, the U.S. tied its current record of 11 consecutive days with at least eight tornadoes confirmed on each of those days.
U.S. Spends More Than $5B To Buy Out Flood-Prone Homes; Claims Still ComingOver the past three decades, federal and local governments have poured more than $5 billion into buying tens of thousands of vulnerable properties.