Study: Harvey Pollution Levels Likely Higher Than ReportedAn environmental report says the steep drop could have resulted from Gov. Abbott's decision to suspend state environmental reporting rules.
FEMA Says It Didn't Treat Puerto Ricans Different Than TexansFEMA says it didn't handle housing vouchers for displaced residents of Puerto Rico any differently from those of displaced Texas and Florida residents after last year's hurricanes.
Hawaii's Big Island Readies As Hurricane Hector ApproachesHawaii emergency officials who have been contending with Kilauea volcano's lava flow were preparing for a hurricane that was expected to pass to the south of the islands this week.
Harvey's Devastating Flooding Boosts Insurance In TexasWhen Hurricane Harvey hit more than 100,000 flooded homes in Harris County didn't have flood insurance. According to FEMA, 80 percent of all households affected by the storm weren't covered.
Housing Extended For 1,700 Puerto Rican Hurricane EvacueesA judge ordered federal emergency officials to extend vouchers for temporary housing for nearly 1,700 Puerto Rican hurricane evacuees, saying ending the program could cause irreparable harm.
10 Months After Harvey, Last Victims Leave HotelsFEMA said Friday the final 707 displaced households will move out by Sunday.
Category 3 Hurricane Bud Heads North Off Mexican CoastNewly formed Hurricane Bud swirled off Mexico's southwestern coast heading for a possible brush with the southern end of the Baja California peninsula by Thursday or Friday.
Houston Offers Draft Plan For Harvey $1.1B Housing RecoveryThe city of Houston has released a Hurricane Harvey recovery draft proposal on how to spend more than $1.1 billion in government funds meant for housing.
Experts Say Too Much Bad News Can Actually Make You SickOur brains are equipped to handle stress relating to trauma. However, constant exposure to trauma can derail our ability to cope and hinder our ability to return to a relaxed state.
Soggy Alberto Churns Inland Bringing Widespread RainThe soggy remnants of Alberto are spreading rain deeper into the nation's midsection after downing trees, triggering power outages and scattered flooding around the South.
Alberto, Now A Depression, Dumps Heavy Rains Across SouthAlberto is a still-menacing depression after its Memorial Day landfall on the Gulf Coast, scattering heavy rains across the South and raising risks of flash floods.
Storm Alberto Maintains Strength As It Approaches Gulf CoastSubtropical Storm Alberto gained the early jump on the 2018 hurricane season as it headed toward anticipated landfall sometime Monday on the northern Gulf Coast.