Texas Adjusting Hurricane Response Plans Due To Coronavirus PandemicMonday marked the start of hurricane season and experts are predicting a busy one with as many as a half dozen major hurricanes.
EPA Watchdog: Health Monitoring After Harvey Was FlawedA new report by a federal environmental watchdog raises questions about public health assurances made after Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast in 2017.
Texas Baptist Men Head To East Coast With Supplies For Hurricane DorianCrews from Texas Baptist Men departed their Dallas headquarters Tuesday morning, headed for the east coast.
Hurricane Dorian Pummels Bahamas As Monster Category 4 StormHurricane Dorian was battering parts of the Bahamas Monday morning with punishing 155 mph maximum sustained winds -- down from 185 mph earlier.
Fort Worth Receives Aircraft Originally In Hurricane Dorian's PathThe Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base received an aircraft in Hurricane Dorian’s path.
Oncor Workers Heading To Florida Before Hurricane DorianEmployees and contractors with Oncor are acting preemptively and sending help to Florida before Hurricane Dorian makes landfall.
Weather: Louisiana Coast No Longer Under Hurricane Warning, Barry Likely To Weaken To DepressionTropical Storm Barry's winds have weakened and the Louisiana coast is no longer under a hurricane warning.
Storm Surge Warning In Effect As Tropical Storm Barry Hits Southeastern LouisianaNew Orleans and communities along the Gulf Coast are bracing for a drenching from Tropical Storm Barry.
New Orleans Swamped By Flooding; Possible Hurricane On The WayA possible hurricane that could strike the Gulf Coast and raise the Mississippi River to the brim of the city's protective levees.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Signs $1.6B Disaster Relief, Preparedness Plan Into Law 2 Years After Hurricane HarveyGovernor Abbott signed the bill in Houston, where the Category 4 hurricane dumped more than 50 inches of rain.
U.S. Spends More Than $5B To Buy Out Flood-Prone Homes; Claims Still ComingOver the past three decades, federal and local governments have poured more than $5 billion into buying tens of thousands of vulnerable properties.