Houston METRO Halts Harvey Ads That Feature Wrong HurricaneTransit officials in Houston have halted a TV commercial praising the agency's response to last year's Harvey flooding.
Harvey's Deluge Killed Dozens And Caused Billions In DamageHurricane Harvey slammed into Texas last August as a powerful Category 4 storm, killing dozens of people and causing billions of dollars in damage.
The Ones For Texas: Michelle GibsonA talented choreographer is sharing her journey from New Orleans to North Texas this month, through the Dallas Black Dance Theatre.
Nate Aims At New Orleans: Will Pumps To Drain The City Work?When Tropical Storm Nate formed and forecasts put New Orleans in its projected path for this weekend, one big question loomed for residents and business owners: Will the pumps work?
Devastating Deja Vu: Katrina Survivors' Message Of Hope For Harvey VictimsThe images of loss and despair in Houston fall especially hard on the hearts of Gladys and Christopher Bloom of Allen.
Louisiana Braces For Harvey's Wrath 12 Years After KatrinaSouthwest Louisiana balanced on a knife's edge Tuesday as Tropical Storm Harvey threatened to inundate the region with potentially disastrous flooding 12 years after Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the state.
Dozens Injured In Tornadoes Across Southern LouisianaTornadoes that struck parts of southeastern Louisiana injured dozens, destroyed homes and businesses, flipped cars and trucks, and left thousands without power, but no deaths were reported.
Justices Uphold Katrina Fraud Verdict Against State FarmA unanimous Supreme Court has upheld a jury verdict that State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. committed fraud against the federal government after 2005's Hurricane Katrina.
Mobile Homes Returning To Louisiana After Deadly FloodingMobile homes will fill front yards across southern Louisiana again, just like after Hurricane Katrina, as federal authorities bring in temporary housing for thousands displaced by catastrophic flooding.
White House Says Feds Doing Their Part In Flood ResponsePresident Barack Obama is making his first visit to flood-ravaged southern Louisiana as he attempts to assure people in the state that his administration has made their recovery a priority.
'Wire' Actor Wendell Pierce Loses Baton Rouge Home"The Wire" and "Treme" actor Wendell Pierce's home was destroyed by flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11 years after his childhood home was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Group Planning To Make House Into Hurricane Katrina MemorialA house that was flooded by Hurricane Katrina could become a memorial to the catastrophic storm that nearly wiped New Orleans off the map 11 years ago.