Eroding Dam System Threatens Northern California TownsA Northern California reservoir, held in place by a massive dam, has always been central to the life of the towns around it. Now the lake that has brought them holiday fireworks and festivals could bring disaster.
Nearly 200,000 Remain Under Evacuation Near California DamNearly 200,000 people remained under evacuation orders Monday as California authorities try to fix erosion of the emergency spillway at the nation's tallest dam.
'Every Hour It's Worse': Keeping Vigil On North Carolina FloodsAnita Van Beveren has been coming back day after day to watch the brown floodwater creep toward the rental home she shares with her two teenage children. While she got many belongings out, they couldn't move everything.
More Disaster Recovery Centers Opening In South LouisianaThe Federal Emergency Management Agency is opening additional disaster recovery centers in the Baton Rouge area.
Donald Trump, Mike Pence To Tour Flood Ravaged South LouisianaA campaign official familiar with the plans says the GOP nominee and his running mate Mike Pence will travel to the state on Friday.
Couple Pays $30K For Cross-Country Move, Items Arrive WaterloggedA Denton couple spends more than $30,000 on a cross country move only to have nearly everything they own arrive water damaged.
Hood County Residents Return To Their Homes After FloodsResidents in Hood County were able to return to their homes and start the clean-up process after flood evacuations.
Rescuers Work Through The Night In Flooded NeighborhoodsRescuers in Hood County worked until nightfall Tuesday to pull people from their flooded homes.
Governor Requests Individual Assistance For Flood-Ravaged CountiesIf the request is granted by the President, affected citizens in these counties may be eligible for Individual Assistance grants of up to $33,000 from the federal government, and low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
South Texas Recovering From Yet Another Deadly FloodHeavy flooding has become nearly an annual rite of passage in the practically sea-level city, where experts have long warned of the potential for catastrophe.
Sprinklers Flood 18 Rooms In UNT Dorm, Officials SayThe water in most rooms may have been only an inch or two deep, but students had left their books, computers and other items laying on the floor.
Months Later, Floods Still Plague Lake GrapevineNearly eight months after May's massive rains flooded our lakes and washed out nearby campgrounds and trails, many of those attractions remain closed at Lake Grapevine.