Gulf Coast Braces For Another Hurricane As Sally Slowly Plods Toward Louisiana and MississippiThe path of slow-moving Hurricane Sally is hard to predict but the storm, packing winds of 85 mph, continues to creep toward the northern Gulf Coast.
As Louisiana Continues Hurricane Laura Recovery, Tropical Storm Sally Takes Aim At Gulf CoastTropical Storm Sally is expected to slow before strengthening over the Gulf of Mexico. Experts predict Sally will be a Category 1 hurricane by the time it makes landfall near the Louisiana-Mississippi line.
Late Sunday Update Has Sally Moving More East Toward MississippiThe latest forecast Sunday night showed Sally slowing down and turning more north as it approached the Louisiana coastline.
Tracking Sally: Storm Expected To Make Landfall As HurricaneTropical Storm Sally is expected to continue to intensify Sunday night and Monday into a Category 1 hurricane -- if not stronger -- and make landfall near New Orleans.
McKinney Disaster Response Team Still Cleaning Debris In Lake Charles, Weeks After Hurricane LauraDozens of volunteers have been in southeast Louisiana for weeks, clearing debris from more than 30 properties. But their work has been largely overlooked outside of the immediate area.
After Surviving Hurricane Laura, 4 Members Of One Family Die From Carbon Monoxide FumesThey survived Hurricane Laura's deadly winds and storm surge, but an attempt to survive the subsequent power outage left four members of one family dead and a fifth critically injured.
Woman Arrested In Texas Accused Of Setting Apartment Complex On Fire After Facing EvictionA woman was arrested in Texas after authorities said she allegedly set an apartment complex on fire after she faced eviction.
Trump Visits Louisiana, Texas To Survey Hurricane Laura DamagePresident Donald Trump visited areas of Louisiana and Texas that were affected by Hurricane Laura to survey the destruction left behind by the storm earlier this week.
Man Killed By Tree Is First Death In Texas Blamed On Hurricane LauraA Texas man who died when Hurricane Laura threw a a tree onto his home is believed to be the state's first reported death from the storm.
More Than 750,000 Still Without Power In Laura's AftermathHundreds of thousands of people across Louisiana are still without power or water a day after Hurricane Laura sawed a devastating path through the state.
Coastal Residents Slowly Returning To Survey Destruction Left Behind By Hurricane LauraAs residents slowly return, many are still figuring out just how much damage was done amid power outages extending across the coastal region.