Hurricane Ian has ravaged so much of the state of Florida and it's getting stronger as it heads for another landfall in South Carolina. As a result, the Biden Administration met with FEMA to assess the damage to provide relief to affected residents.
It will fund a new storm drain system located between 14th and 18th Streets, which would keep flooding further away from private property.
Local leaders are asking federal agencies to take over distributing Hurricane Harvey relief funds after the General Land Office denied aid to the city of Houston for the second time. FOX 26's Chelsea Edwards shows us how it is affecting residents still feeling the impacts of Hurricane Harvey.
Financial relief could be on the way for the families of the nearly 50,000 Texans who died from COVID-19. FEMA is now accepting applications for COVID-19 funeral expenses.
Houstonians whose pipes burst in the freeze expecting to be made whole by FEMA may only receive $400 like one Northeast Houston family.
Texas will now work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to launch two vaccination super sites in Dallas and Houston. Governor Greg Abbott tweeted the announcement Monday and said the super sites could handle up to 6,000 shots a day.
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