House Rushes To Vote $7.9 Billion For Harvey ReliefPolitics quickly intruded, as Democratic and Republican leaders disagreed on how to pay for the funding.
Chopper Captures Rescue And Flooding ImagesAboard KTRK chopper heading out to survey the Colorado River area near Wharton, TX southwest of Houston.
'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.
Beaumont Leaders Don't Know When City Will Get Safe WaterAccording to the 2015 census Beaumont is the 29th most populated city in the state.
Flood Insurance Policies Plunge In HoustonMany residents fleeing Harvey's floodwaters have no financial backup to fix their homes and will have to draw on savings or go into debt
Flood Officials: Houston-Area Reservoirs Near Crest Officials say nearly all Houston-area waterways inundated by Harvey's record rainfall have crested, but that water levels continue to rise in two flood-control reservoirs.
Harvey Sets New US Tropical Rainfall RecordToday Houston is getting a bit of a break from the relentless rain
Houston Native Beyonce Planning To Aid Those Hurt By HarveyBeyonce says in a statement "my heart goes out to my hometown, Houston, and I remain in constant prayer for those affected."
Overflowing Dams Potential Disaster For Downstream CommunitiesReleasing water means that more homes and streets will flood, and some homes could be under water for up to a month
Thousands Expected At Dallas "Mega" Shelter And Fort Worth LocationThe City of Fort Worth opened shelters that can house about 1,000 Hurricane Harvey evacuees and Dallas has opened a mega shelter at the convention center ready for 5,000 storm victims.
Bracing For Harvey's Return, Worry Renews: Is Worst To Come?Officials acknowledge the grim reality that fatalities linked to Hurricane Harvey could soar once the devastating floodwaters recede from one of America's most sprawling metropolitan centers.
Most Harvey Flood Victims Uninsured, Face Big Bills AloneHomeowners suffering flood damage from Harvey are more likely to be on the hook for losses than victims of prior storms — a potentially crushing blow to personal finances and neighborhoods along the Gulf Coast.