Houston rescue teams are coming together to evacuate animals stuck in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana. Others are taking food and supplies to pets and livestock still in the state.
Some evacuees from Louisiana are still here in Houston after escaping from the devastating Hurricane Ida. And while the mayor of New Orleans has encouraged residents to come back home, some in Houston say they are unsure of when they'll return.
Droves of Houstonians are starting this labor day weekend working to help our neighbors to the east, who were hit hard by the hurricane. FOX 26’s Damali Keith joins us with more on how Houstonians are helping.
Natural disasters are something Houstonians know all too well, which is why the city is offering help for its neighbors to the east with warm hearts and open arms.
A city council member is asking Houston residents to help donate essential supplies to help animal shelters housing pets impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Tulane University students started to arrive in Houston on Tuesday after being evacuated from campus due to Hurricane Ida.
Thousands of evacuees are in Houston seeking refuge from the devastation in New Orleans after Hurricane Ida. Many are scrambling to find shelter, food, and necessities.