Residents Critical Of Program To Repair Harvey-Damaged HomesSome Texas homeowners who have participated in a state-run program to repair homes damaged during Hurricane Harvey say their houses are worse off than before.
Hurricane Names Harvey, Irma, Maria And Nate Being RetiredThe names of four deadly hurricanes that slammed parts of the United States, Central America and the Caribbean last year are being retired.
EPA To Clean Up Toxic Site Damaged By Hurricane HarveyFederal environmental regulators have reached an agreement with the owners of a polluted toxic waste site in Texas that was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.
Houston Delays Vote On New Building Regulations After HarveyCity leaders have delayed a vote on new building regulations that will dictate how high new homes and other structures must be elevated to avoid floodwaters.
Hurricane Harvey's Toxic Aftermath More Impactful Than ThoughtMore than a half-year after floodwaters swamped Houston, the extent of Hurricane Harvey's environmental assault is just beginning to surface.
Cat Lost During Hurricane Reunited With Owner 14 Years LaterThe miraculous reunion was made after the long lost feline disappeared during a 2004 hurricane.
Many Puerto Ricans Adrift In U.S. Hotels After Hurricane MariaAround the U.S., many Puerto Ricans are adrift in hotels because of the September 20 hurricane. The move north spared them from the misery of the storm's aftermath on the island.
Federal Report Shows Punch Of Last Year's Hurricane HarveyThe official numbers for last year's Hurricane Harvey are in, and they go beyond the 68 dead and $125 billion in damage.
FEMA Allowing Churches To Apply For Hurricane Disaster AidThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has revised its policies to allow houses of worship to apply for some federal aid to help deal with damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Nearly $1 Billion Raised For Rebuilding Texas After HarveyThe groups helping to rebuild on the Texas Gulf Coast after Hurricane Harvey have collected close to $1 billion in donations.
Studies Say Global Warming Made Harvey's Deluge 3 Times More LikelyWhile scientists said that climate change didn't trigger Harvey, studies calculated that a warmer world tripled the likelihood that the hurricane would bring record rainfall and flood Houston.
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.

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