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?"
DFW Weather: Heat Advisory In Effect For Most Of North Texas, Feels Like Temps In Triple DigitsWhen you consider the high humidity levels, it’s going to feel like it’s closer to 105 to 108 degrees across North Texas Thursday afternoon.
DFW Weather: Hot, Humid Wednesday With Severe Storm Chances In The EveningWednesday afternoon is expected to be hot and humid before severe storm chances return in the evening.
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.
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.
14 Families Displaced After Tornado-Warned Storm Damages Farmers Branch ApartmentFourteen families have been displaced after a severe storm damaged a Farmers Branch apartment complex, officials said.
DFW Weather: Damage Throughout North Texas After Severe Storms, Dallas County Sees Tornado WarningThere was a tornado warning for Dallas County that expired just before 4 p.m. as severe storms move through the Metroplex.
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.
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.”
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.