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Storm cancels, delays flights in Texas, Arkansas

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DALLAS (AP) — Hundreds of flights have been canceled or delayed at airports in North Texas and Arkansas after a storm carrying at least one tornado hit.

Dallas Love Field spokesman Chris Perry says the airport wasn’t damaged by the twister that slammed a densely populated area near the travel hub Sunday night.

Flightaware.com reports that 63 flights were delayed and 18 have been canceled at Dallas Love Field on Monday. About 25 were canceled Sunday night.

The flight-tracking website says 78 flights were canceled at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Monday and more than 200 have been delayed.

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, in Bentonville, is reporting it has canceled 17 flights Monday and about a dozen flight were delayed.

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