When Harvey’s rain, for the most part, stopped falling on August 30, I started making my way from Louisiana to Texas to document the pollution inevitably left in the storm’s path. That day I got as far as Vidor, a small town in southeast Texas where the floodwaters were still rising.
Getting there was no easy matter. I was forced to drive west in the eastbound lane of the interstate because the lanes I should have been driving in were flooded up to the top of the highway divider.
First Texas and now Louisiana, more communities are now braced for flooding as the heavy rain brought by Tropical Storm Harvey keeps on shattering all the records.
Tropical Storm Harvey continued to deluge southeastern Texas with rain and surging floodwater Tuesday, leaving at least 10 people dead and thousands in shelters as it slowly crept toward Louisiana. With historic flooding engulfing v...
Harvey left a reporter and his family with a damaged home, ruined cars and a lot of worries. But navigating the adversity yielded some perspective.
Western Louisiana residents braced for more wind and water early Wednesday as Tropical Storm Harvey made its second landfall after dumping record rainfall on Texas. The storm came ashore just west of Cameron, Louisiana, bringing max...