When the EF-3 tornado tore through North Dallas, many businesses at the intersection of Preston Road and Royal Lane were damaged or destroyed.
The money set aside by the city of Dallas to temporarily house the homeless on cold nights is dwindling fast. More than half has already been spent.
Many small businesses hit hard by the October tornado outbreak are still trying to bounce back.
People affected by the October North Texas tornadoes can now get help with disaster loan applications.
It's been a month and a half since an EF-3 tornado left parts of Dallas in shambles.
FOX 4 News has learned that victims of the Oct. 20 tornado outbreak might be denied a presidential disaster declaration.
Thanksgiving is a day to reflect on the things you are fortunate enough to have. But for some, it can be a painful reminder of what they are missing.
Three winter storms are expected to impact millions of Thanksgiving travelers, many of whom will drive to their destination.
Dallas ISD moved forward with plans to handle the tornado recovery in the district.
Wednesday marks one month since ten tornadoes touched down in North Texas, including a powerful EF-3 twister that tore through North Dallas. Recovery will likely take several more months.
Nearly a month after 10 tornadoes tore through North Texas, residents in some of the hardest-hit areas are still trying to make repairs and get back to some sense of normalcy.
The assistance is available in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Rockwell and Tarrant counties.
The city of Dallas is counting on a presidential disaster declaration to be able to cover the public cost of October's tornado outbreak.
The Texas Attorney General is warning an Allen business about fliers it sent out after last week's tornado outbreak.
Employees for a government building damaged by last week's tornado in Dallas say the storm's aftermath has created a lot of confusion.
It is possible the three Dallas ISD schools badly damaged by the EF-3 tornado could be declared a total loss.
Staff at the city of Dallas Emergency Operations Center had two big surprises walk through their doors.
One week after the EF-3 tornado destroyed three Dallas ISD schools, the district is working to figure out what’s next for those campuses.
Inspectors with the Federal Emergency Management Agency are touring hard-hit parts of Dallas County following the tornado outbreak.
The Red Cross will provide emergency financial assistance for eligible households that received major damage or were destroyed by Sunday’s tornadoes.