US Hits Record For Costly Weather Disasters: $306 BillionWith three strong hurricanes, wildfires, hail, flooding, tornadoes and drought, the United States tallied a record high bill last year for weather disasters: $306 billion.
Out-Of-Control Crash Sends Vehicle Into Fast Food RestaurantThere's a big mess at a fast-food place in southwest Dallas after a pick-up crashed right into the dining room overnight.
Poll Finds Many Harvey Victims Saying They Still Need HelpThe poll is another indication of how families along the Texas coast continue struggling in wake of the Category 4 storm, which left Houston underwater and killed more than 80 people.
AT&T Makes A Mess; "They broke the fence. They broke the statue."Logan says she discovered a crew from NX Utility, a contractor for AT&T in her backyard. They were in her neighborhood installing fiber optic cable and caused the damage to her yard.
Judge Orders Texas Housing Agency To Repair Harvey Damage A judge has blocked Houston's public housing authority from evicting residents of a senior-living apartment complex that was damaged by heavy rains following Hurricane Harvey.
Family Dog Emerges Alive And Happy From California WildfireKatherine Weaver was convinced Izzy died in a ferocious wildfire that destroyed their Northern California neighborhood and sent them fleeing for safety, Katherine still in her nightgown.
President Trump Tweets Puerto Rico Can't Get Aid 'Forever'President Donald Trump is criticizing hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico and says the government can't keep federal aid there "forever."
Costs From Major Natural Disasters Stressing State BudgetsA summer of natural catastrophes has exposed another peril in disaster-prone states: How to pay for the rescues, repairs and rebuilding.
Irma Bears Down On Florida, Taking Aim At The Entire StateIrma weakened slightly Friday but remained a dangerous and deadly hurricane taking direct aim at Florida, threatening to march along the peninsula's spine and deliver a blow the state hasn't seen in more than a decade.
Florida Governor To People Defying Evacuations: LEAVE!Gov. Rick Scott said, "You rebuild your home ... you cannot recreate your family."
Houston's Businesses Inching Back To Work As Waters RecedeMore than a week after Harvey poured more than 4 feet of rain on Houston, killing at least 65 people, destroying thousands of cars and leaving hundreds of thousands of families with flood-damaged homes, America's fourth-biggest city is striving to reopen for business.
'Don't Touch Me. I'm Dying.' Harrowing And Heroic Harvey Stories EmergeOne man used his last words to save a friend's life, another died checking on his uncle, several were last seen helping people out of floodwaters.