What NOT To Do After Your Home Is FloodedCourage abounds in South Texas as rescues continue after Tropical Storm Harvey. But when it comes to saving your home one restoration expert says "don't be a hero."
Officials Raise Death Toll To 39 As Harvey Moves OnRescuers in Texas continue to search for people left behind in Harvey's floodwaters as the downgraded storm heads to other states to dump more rain and the death toll rises to near 40.
As Floodwaters Recede, Houston Officials Look To RecoveryAs floodwaters receded and rescuers searched waterlogged neighborhoods for more potential victims, Houston officials began turning their attention to finding temporary housing for those in shelters and getting enough gasoline for people to fill up cars.
Officials Monitoring Chemical Plant After Explosion, FireAt least 2 tons of highly unstable chemicals used in such products as plastics and paint exploded and burned at a flood-crippled plant near Houston, sending up a plume of acrid black smoke that stung the eyes and lungs.
North Texans Respond Big After Plea From Gulf Coast Animal GroupPeople joined together to save more than 130 dogs and cats from drowning in the floodwaters outside of Baytown.
Pence Lands In Texas To Survey Harvey's WreckageVice President Mike Pence is getting a chance to survey Harvey's wreckage and visit with Texas storm victims close to where Harvey first slammed ashore. Pence traveled to the tiny coastal town of Rockport today.
Fort Worth Zoo Employees Head Out To Rescue Victoria Zoo WorkersEmployees with the Fort Worth Zoo are on the road, headed to rescue stranded workers at a zoo that has basically been marooned by Hurricane Harvey.
Harvey Tests Political Opposites In Texas' Abbott, TurnerHarvey's devastation is testing Houston Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner and Republican Gov. Greg Abbott -- two leaders whose personal styles are as divergent as their politics.
Harvey Death Toll Surpasses 30; More Fatalities ExpectedNow that the sun is finally shining and the murky, brown floodwaters are slowly receding in much of the Houston area, grim reality is setting in. Harvey is about to release its dead.
Chemical Release At Houston Plant That Lost PowerPopping noises were reported early Thursday at a Houston-area chemical plant that had lost power on Sunday amid flooding from Harvey.
Houston Floodwaters Start To Drop, But Death Toll RisesHarvey's floodwaters began to drop across much of Houston, and the sun peeking through clouds Wednesday was the biggest glimmer of hope in days for the besieged city. But as the crisis eases, the storm could begin to give up its dead.
Toyota & Lexus Giving $3 Million For Hurricane Harvey ReliefOfficials with Toyota announced a partnership that will provide a combined relief effort of more than $3 million to people impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Anheuser-Busch Delivering Canned Water To Arlington Red CrossAnheuser-Busch recently announced that they had stopped canning beer at their brewery in Georgia to produce cans of water to ship to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Well, today three truckloads of water will roll into Arlington.
Shivering Tot Found Clinging To Drowned Mom In Texas FloodsAuthorities found a shivering toddler clinging to the body of her drowned mother in a rain-swollen canal in Southeast Texas after the woman tried to carry her child to safety from Harvey's floods.
Dallas Police Association Members Joining Houston Relief EffortMembers of the Dallas Police Association (DPA) are heading out, taking donated food and supplies, to help Hurricane Harvey first-responders and storm victims.