Via TheKatyNews.com Texas Health and Human Services announced today that Harvey victims will have three additional days to apply for D-SNAP in Harris County as the state begins to ramp down its post-Harvey program for disaster food relief. The extra opportunity is being offered due to the challenges that exist when serving a large and […]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still in need of a lot of help thankfully people are coming together to finally give them the necessary assistance they need. The news has hit that American Rapper Pitbull and billionaire Mark Cuban have sent their private planes to help out people in need. Pitbull […]
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, it's interesting how #45's fans constantly talk about "fake news," but are the main ones constantly perpetuating it.
Via Fortbendcountytx.gov The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reported that the water levels within the Barker Reservoir in northeast Fort Bend County are beginning to impact residential roads within the reservoir in Fort Bend County. As advised on Saturday, residents should be aware of the following road conditions: Roads in Canyon Gate and east […]
Here’s a list of important contact numbers to have. in your phone or written down during the storm. Police, Firefighters, ambulance. 911- Or 713-884-3131 City Of Houston (Emergencies) 311 or 713-837-0311 FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency) 1-800-525-0321 Harris County 713-881-3100 Office Of Emergency Management 713-881-3100 Houston American Red Cross 713-526-8300 or 1-866-526-8300 Flood Control […]
HISD cancels classes Monday due to threat of inclement weather District events, activities for Friday and Saturday canceled or postponed Aug. 24, 2017 – All HISD campuses and administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Aug. 28 and all campus and district activities canceled due to the threat of inclement weather. Classes are scheduled to […]
This product covers SOUTH TEXAS **HURRICANE HARVEY DANGEROUSLY APPROACHING THE TEXAS COAST** NEW INFORMATION ————— * CHANGES TO WATCHES AND WARNINGS: – None * CURRENT WATCHES AND WARNINGS: – A Storm Surge Warning and Hurricane Warning are in effect for Aransas, Calhoun, Kleberg, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, and Victoria – A Tropical Storm Warning is […]
1. During a hurricane Avoid walking or driving through flood waters. Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down, and fast-moving water can sweep your vehicle away. Be extra careful when walking outside. Storm damage such as downed power lines and fallen debris could injure you. 2. 6 hours before arrival Close […]
After Hurricane Matthew hit, it became a struggle for people to contact family members to make sure that they were safe and sound since they lost their power and phone lines in the storm. This is what happen when a Nebraska guy was trying to contact his 87-year old grandmother, Claire Olsen. The guy who identified himself as “Eric” had been trying to reach his […]
Historic South Carolina flooding has now taken the lives of 11 people, wiped out homes, and left many more without power.
It’s hard to believe that a decade has passed since Hurricane Katrina thrust the crushing waters of the Gulf into New Orleans, swallowing whole swaths of neighborhoods and communities through portals left by the flattened levees. Photographs of the submerged homes in the Lower Ninth Ward, hardest hit by the violent and historic storm, remain […]
Soledad O’Brien reflects on the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. “Personally it made me realize what the actual roots of what reporting was. I felt like this is exactly what reporters are supposed to be. You’re supposed to be grilling people, holding people accountable,” O’Brien said. Click the link above to hear the entire interview.