Posted on · A flood-adapted ant species could see a boom in its population thanks to Harvey
Posted on · Harvey's historic floods left behind epic damage — and some urgent questions that will take months, if not years, to answer
Posted on · More than 1000 homeowners will be notified this month
Posted on · When faced with intriguing developments in the week’s news, we turn to a rotating panel of “non-experts” to parse The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of it all.
Posted on · Clear Lake City officials say they hope the project will serve as an example of how communities can take matters into their own hands as they await the completion of large-scale flood control projects
Posted on · One fraud victim says it seems like the agencies tasked to provide disaster assistance are not communicating well about it
Posted on · Just last month, the insurance program needed a $16 billion bailout to continue paying claims from people hard hit by Hurricane Harvey
Posted on · As researchers and engineers analyze the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, it's becoming clear that Houston's runaway development had a big role to play in flooding
Posted on · Private organizations are helping in the Harvey recovery effort.
Posted on · A nine-year-old, $15 billion plan to stop storm surge is once again gaining traction.
Posted on · The Texas Water Development Board is crafting the state's first-ever flood plan, which will take a comprehensive look at flooding vulnerabilities across the state and the projects that might mitigate them.
Posted on · Environmental groups have a plan to manage storm water and increase green space. Read the Texas Stormwater Scorecard below.
Posted on · A group wants to keep floodwaters retained in the Katy Prairie, potentially shielding Addicks and Barker from overflow. But will the proposed berm project do enough?
Posted on · As Sandy's fifth anniversary approaches Oct. 29, more than 1,000 families in New York and New Jersey are still fighting with the Federal Emergency Management Agency over their flood insurance claims, according to government statistics.
Posted on · The Cypresswood location in Spring took on 4 feet of water from the nearby creek.