Harvey Recovery Czar Faces Limits To 'Future-Proofing' TexasThe man tasked with overseeing Texas' Hurricane Harvey rebuilding efforts sees his job as "future-proofing" before the next disaster, but he isn't empowered on his own to reshape flood-prone Houston or the state's vulnerable coastline, which has been walloped by three major hurricanes since 2006.
Funeral Wednesday For Houston Officer Who Died In FloodingThe officer became trapped in his patrol car in a flooded highway underpass while heading to work before dawn on Aug. 27.
Houston Students Start Classes After Delay Due To HarveyStudents at more than 240 of the Houston school district's 284 campuses started classes on Monday.
House Sends $15B Harvey Aid Bill, Debt Hike To Trump To SignThe House voted overwhelmingly on Friday to send a $15.3 billion disaster aid package to President Donald Trump.
Harvey's Floodwaters Give Way To Festering Piles Of GarbageHarvey's record-setting rains created heaps of ruined possessions that now line entire neighborhoods, some nearly up to the rooftops of the homes that were swamped.
Geophysicist: Weight Of Harvey Rains Caused Houston To SinkA California geophysicist says the sheer weight of the torrential rains brought by Harvey has caused Houston to sink by 2 centimeters.
House Rushes To Vote $7.9 Billion For Harvey ReliefPolitics quickly intruded, as Democratic and Republican leaders disagreed on how to pay for the funding.
Nation's Biggest Refinery In Port Arthur Starts Revving UpThe nation's largest oil refinery is starting to reboot after shutting down ahead of Harvey's onslaught.
Houston's Businesses Inching Back To Work As Waters RecedeMore than a week after Harvey poured more than 4 feet of rain on Houston, killing at least 65 people, destroying thousands of cars and leaving hundreds of thousands of families with flood-damaged homes, America's fourth-biggest city is striving to reopen for business.
South Florida Evacuations Likely Wednesday Ahead Of Hurricane IrmaWith emptying store shelves, stocking up on water, along with other supplies and closing schools, people appear to be taking this seriously.
Harvey Started With Wind, But Its Legacy Will Be WaterHarvey began with raging winds, but its legacy will be water. Seemingly endless, relentlessly insidious water -- a staggering 40 inches or more that swamped parts of Houston in just five days.
Insurance Drones Take To Texas Skies After HarveyInsurance adjusters are bringing drones with them as they head to Texas to assess the damage from Harvey. The drones record images, save time and spare adjusters from venturing into potentially unsafe areas.