Laura Reynolds talks with Sirdon Navarro from the Small Business Administration about assistance they’re offering to victims of the flood on Memorial Day. They get into who qualifies, as well as go over the process of taking advantage of the services the SBA offers.
Laura Reynolds talks with FEMA Public Information Officer Cherie Brown about FEMA’s mission in the Houston area. They discuss the process of getting help from FEMA in dealing with your flood damage, and who may be covered. Apply today at disasterassistance.gov and find out how FEMA can help you.
By Sarah Pepper I honestly haven’t seen flooding like this since Hurricane Ike. The roads are bad and the rain is still falling! I live in a first floor apartment and the water came in […]
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A pastor said that he caused massive flooding after his attempt to remove demons from the United States worked a little too well.
Flash floods across Central Texas killed two men and prompted dozens of emergency rescues.
A man and a woman say they spent hours clinging to trees above a flooded, roaring creek in Central Texas after their SUV was washed away, and were finally rescued by helicopter.
After Saturday’s severe weather, many Houston and Houston-area residents began their clean-up efforts which are expected to last throughout the coming days.
More than 3,000 lots flooded by Hurricane Katrina and bought with federal money in an emergency bailout sit idle across this city — a multimillion-dollar drain on federal, state and city coffers that lends itself to no easy solution.
Before last week’s torrential rain, Houston was part of an unprecedented nationwide drought that affected 61% of the mainland United States.