A-Listers Join 'Hand In Hand' Raising Money For Harvey SurvivorsTonight a telethon will air on CMT to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Buyer Beware: Cars Damaged By Harvey May Flood MarketplaceThousands of vehicles destroyed in Hurricane Harvey may soon be sold to unsuspecting buyers in North Texas.
Prime Minister Of Barbuda: 'The Island Is Barely Habitable'The trail of damage Category 5 Hurricane Irma left behind and the stories of those affected are becoming more clear.
'I Was Deathly Ill For A Day' Toxic Harvey Floodwaters Infect VolunteersSome volunteer rescuers returning to North Texas from the Houston-area hard hit by Hurricane Harvey paid a price for their service -- skin infections, severe cuts, fevers, diarrhea and nausea.
Dallas Prepares For Harvey Evacuees To Stay In Shelters For Up To Three WeeksMayor Rawlings says more evacuees could be coming. "We're planning those numbers could get up to 1,000 more, we don't know."
'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.
Harvey Sets New US Tropical Rainfall RecordToday Houston is getting a bit of a break from the relentless rain
Houston Family Endured Harvey Until House SwampedAt 4:30 a.m. Sunday, my husband, Rafi, woke me up. "There's water in our bathroom. We need to look around," he said.
Harvey Downgraded To Category 1 Hurricane, Flood Threat ContinuesThe fiercest hurricane to hit the U.S. in more than a decade made landfall Friday night about 30 miles northeast of Corpus Christi as a Category 4 storm with 130 mph winds.
Disastrous US Hurricanes Since 2000. Could Harvey Top Them?A list of some of the most damaging hurricanes to hit the U.S. since 2000.
Harvey Evacuees Hit I-45 Headed For North TexasAs hurricane Harvey makes a beeline for the Texas coast, many people in the storm's path are heeding warnings to get out or at least get to higher ground.