When storms wreck havoc in East Texas, law enforcement and first responders step up to protect us. But everyday citizens step up in big ways, too, when the need is there. Such was the case this weekend.
A huge tornado touched down just outside of Oklahoma City earlier today, causing widespread destruction and leaving behind a yet-untold number of casualties. To see how you can help those affected, see the list below. This list will continue to be updated...
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback declared a state of emergency in the wake of a giant tornado, which hit Wichita particularly hard late Saturday night. Miraculously there are no major injuries reported so far.
Tuesday afternoon the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex was ravaged by a few rounds of severe weather that spawned several tornadoes and did quite a bit of damage throughout the metroplex. There were even reports of a tornado in the vicinity of Six Flags Over Texas, the Rangers Ballpark In Arlington and C…
The National Weather Service preliminary findings indicate one of the tornadoes that struck North Texas had wind gusts ranging from 136 to 165 mph, suggesting it was an EF3. That’s two categories shy of the strongest tornadoes.
The storms that have been ripping through the Dallas-Forth Worth Metroplex have been producing major storms, tornadoes that have thrown tractor-trailers off the ground — and hail so big your jaw will drop. Check out these pictures.
Here’s just another example why tornadoes are one of the scariest natural disasters on the planet. As the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex was just hammered by tornadoes this afternoon, WFAA Channel 8 in Dallas got some unthinkable footage.