Allstate Releases Estimated Insurance Losses After HarveyAllstate expects insurance losses of about $593 million in August after Hurricane Harvey left a path of destruction along the Gulf Coast.
Dallas Hurricane Harvey Mega-Shelter Is ClosingAccording to the Red Cross, about 350 evacuees are still living there.
Barges To Provide Housing For Some Harvey-Displaced TexansGovernment officials say floating barges outfitted with living quarters will provide temporary homes for hundreds of Southeast Texas residents displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Stars Turn Out For Hurricane Relief BenefitDozens of stars turned out to sing, tell stories and plead for support for hurricane victims on Tuesday, in a one-hour televised benefit that raised some $14.5 million by the time cameras were turned off.
Major Houston Highway Damaged By Harvey ReopensA major Houston north-south highway shut by Harvey floodwaters and then by damage from the storm has reopened.
Last Flight From Miami Before Irma Lands At DFWFamilies at DFW Airport who caught the last plane out of Miami say they are thankful.
Final Flights Race Irma Out Of FloridaHurricane Irma's impact is being felt in North Texas as the final flights out of Miami are landing at DFW Airport.
Hurricane Irma Evacuees Flood DFW AirportMany Floridians have headed to the safety of North Texas ahead of Category 5 Hurricane Irma.
Dallas Readies For 1,000 Harvey Evacuees From Louisiana SheltersHundreds of Texas residents who have been sheltered in Louisiana after evacuations forced by Hurricane Harvey are heading to Dallas this week.
'Build The Wall' Takes Back Seat To Rebuilding After HarveyThe U.S. government carefully designed a path of least resistance to building a border wall in Texas. All it needed was Congress to approve the money. Then came Harvey.
Fewer Harvey Victims At Shelters Doesn't End Housing NeedsWhile the number of evacuees seeking refuge in Texas emergency shelters has dwindled, many thousands of people are still in dire need of housing.
Dallas Councilman Questions City Over Minority-Owned Suppliers Used For Harvey SheltersDallas City Councilman Kevin Felder raised questions about whether the city is using enough African-American and minority-owned businesses as suppliers for the opened for Harvey evacuees.

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