Just how worried is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about a possible failure of the Addicks and Barker dams? And how worried should Houston be?
Texas’ five largest cities still have work to do when it comes to deploying citywide stormwater management, said a report released by Environment Texas.
Since Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast and Houston, the world has been in awe of the humanitarian response by average citizens of Texas.
San Antonio corporations, philanthropists and charitable organizations are also stepping up with jaw-dropping gifts of money and other aid.
Joint Base San Antonio is supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in many ways, including the “stand up” of two incident support bases in Texas.
Customs and Border Protection missions staged from Port San Antonio have rescued more than 300 people and made countless supplies deliveries.
The greater Houston area has been pummeled with 30 inches of rain in the past 72 hours, prompting evacuations and overwhelming emergency services.
Tropical Storm Amelia made landfall in Corpus Christi in August 1978, a weak storm that caused only minor coastal damage.
The City Sunday signaled a shift from local damage control to supporting affected communities across the state.
Denise Schwertfeger was just settling into her new home near the beach in Corpus Christi when she learned a dangerous hurricane was headed her way.