'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.
Aftereffects Of Matthew To Linger In North CarolinaMatthew is long gone from the Atlantic coast, but the devastation lingered, most notably in North Carolina, where flooded cities tried to dry out and those downstream kept a close eye on rising rivers.
2016 Ties 1914 For Wettest August In TexasPersistent rain in Texas has made August 2016 the wettest August in more than a century, and equal to the rainiest August ever. And, it could stay really wet for the next couple of months.
Water Everywhere, South Louisiana Residents Struggle For Dry LandThousands of people are living in shelters after rising waters forced them to flee their homes in southern Louisiana.
Wild Weather Does Damage In DallasThe weather could be to blame for crumbling slabs of concrete off of a parking garage and toppling a massive billboard to the ground.
Galveston County Judge Declares Local Disaster Over OystersThe leader of one Texas county has declared a disaster in an effort to assist oyster farmers struggling following recent heavy rain and flooding.
Lake Worth Back Open To Boaters After FloodingLake Worth is opening back up to boaters on Tuesday after being closed earlier this month due to flooding. A couple of mostly dry days was enough to lower the lake back down to a safe level.
Floodwaters Wash Away Portions Of North Texas InterstateA chance of rain in the forecast is bad news for parts of North Texas – especially where parts of a major interstate have been washed away by floodwaters.
Workers Rescue Baby Raccoons From Car Engine Under RepairLate last week during the heavy rains, four baby raccoons were rescued from inside the engine of a car at Park Place Motorcars Grapevine.
Lake Worth Closed To Boating Due To FloodingThanks to all of the heavy rain, Lake Worth will be closed to all boating activity starting at 9:00 a.m. on Friday morning. The water level has risen by almost half a foot.
Weather Washing Out Graduation PlansThe non-stop rain has re-arranged graduation plans for some North Texas school districts—while others are left crossing fingers and hoping for dry skies.
Some Moving, Others Staying After Latest Texas FloodingIn 18 years, Southeast Texas resident Art Myrick says he's been ordered or asked to evacuate his home near the Brazos River about 20 times, but he didn't always do so and the house never flooded — until now.