Posted on · Tuesday's tornado in the Pasadena and Deer Park areas was the longest-tracked, most destructive tornado in the Houston region since 1992, according to Eric Berger of Space City Weather.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn how Houstonians are gearing up to help those in Florida affected by Hurricane Ian.
Posted on · The most popular solution to the flooding threat from the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs is a massive underground stormwater tunnel. It would cost billions of dollars and remains more than a decade away from the start of construction.
Posted on · Participants can get a free hurricane kit for attending.
Posted on · The Houston Public Media Newsroom is producing a new podcast about the long-term effects of one of Houston's biggest disasters, coming August 2nd, 2022.
Posted on · Gates would be built across the coast of Galveston Bay and moved into place before hurricanes hit to block water from going up the Houston Ship Channel and flooding homes.
Posted on · The U.S. House voted to authorize the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin planning for the massive coastal barrier project in Galveston Bay, but funding is not yet secured.
Posted on · A particularly active Atlantic hurricane season has left no more names on the official list for the year. Forecasters had expected between 13 and 20 storms, but the newly formed Wanda makes 21.
Posted on · Wind speeds reached 50 mph in Galveston after the storm made landfall along Matagorda Bay just after midnight, before slowly travelling Northeast.
Posted on · A fearsome Hurricane Ida has left scores of coastal Louisiana residents trapped by floodwaters, while making a shambles of the electrical grid across a wide swath of the state in the sweltering, late-summer heat.
Posted on · The Category 4 storm hit Sunday with winds of 150 mph. It was the same date Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana and Mississippi 16 years earlier.
Posted on · Also known as the "Ike Dike," plans to build a coastal storm barrier have been in the works since Hurricane Ike devastated Galveston in 2008. Now, the project is taking another step forward.
Posted on · Normal protocols for hurricane evacuation, aid distribution and recovery have been upended by the threat of the coronavirus.
Posted on · Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia said the Ike Dike alone, when or if it’s built, wouldn’t be enough to guard against the effects of a direct hit from a hurricane.
Posted on · The Category 4 storm had threatened the Texas-Louisiana coast all week. But the storm spared Greater Houston and most of Southeast Texas after its last-minute turn east.