Job Fair Connects Harvey Evacuees & EmployersDerick and Sara Killian of Port Arthur never thought they'd be starting over after beginning their new life together just one month ago.
Governor Launches Commission To Rebuild TexasThe Governor's Commission to Rebuild Texas will oversee the rebuilding of Texas schools, roads, bridges and government buildings hit hard by Hurricane Harvey.
Irma Looms As FEMA Still Focused On Responding To HarveyFaced with the looming threat of dual disasters, FEMA has ramped up preparations for Hurricane Irma as it barrels towards Florida, even as the agency continues the massive recovery effort in storm-battered Texas.
Warning: Harvey-Related Scams On The RiseReports of fraud are on the rise as Tropical Storm Harvey flood waters are receding.
Gov. Abbott Adds 7 Texas Counties To Presidential Disaster DeclarationThis request will bring the total number of counties receiving assistance in the wake of Hurricane Harvey to 43.
Beware Fake FEMA InvestigatorsCity officials are warning the public about reports of people impersonating FEMA investigators in flood-ravaged neighborhoods.
Trump Seeks An Initial $7.9 Billion In Harvey AidPresident Donald Trump has sent lawmakers an initial request for a $7.9 billion down payment toward Harvey relief and recovery efforts.
White House Readies $5.9B Request For Harvey Recovery AidThe White House is preparing an initial $5.9 billion package in Harvey aid, a first down payment to ensure recovery efforts over the next few weeks are adequately funded.
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."
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.
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.
FEMA Launches Hurricane Harvey WebsiteThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has created a special website breaking down what support, now and later, is available for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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