Chrisdyann Uribe takes a look at weekend activities in Houston including a food and wine festival, performances of the National Dance Company of Siberia a grilled cheese festival and Foamhenge.
We always look to our coastal communities during times like these.
AC Weston brought her kids to the Houston Zoo before the weather gets ugly, and that's about all of the storm preparations she's done so far.
A few of these sensors have already been deployed on the campus of Rice University.
The hope now is that this routine inspection is the only test these flood doors weather during the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season.
When does food go bad during a power outage? It can be a difficult answer to know. Thankfully there's a life hack for that.
In preparation for Hurricane Florence, we're testing some "Hurricane Hacks" that may help you in case of an emergency. In this video, you'll learn how to make a phone charger.
Forecasters say Atlantic Ocean beachgoers should be wary of heavy surf and life-threatening rip-currents this week as Hurricane Chris swirls off the U.S. East Coast.
Governor Greg Abbott gathered with state and federal officials to prepare for the hurricane season.
U.S. government forecasters are expecting an active Atlantic hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecast released Thursday calls for 10 to 16 named storms, with five to nine hurricanes. One to four hurricanes could be "major" with sustained winds of at least 111 mph (178 kph).
Tropical Storm Rina has formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The storm has winds at speeds of 40 mph which is moving north at 7 mph. It poses no threat to land as it moves away from the United States and is not expected to develop into a hurricane.
Forecasters say Ophelia has become the 10th hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic season, churning far out at sea and no threat to land.
Here's a list of school closings due to weather forecast
List of mandatory and voluntary evacuations for Hurricane Harvey
Update on Hurricane Irma, Wednesday September 6
Harvey's floodwaters started dropping across much of the Houston area and the sun peeked through thinning clouds Wednesday in the first glimmer of hope in days for the besieged city. But the crisis was far from over, with the storm doubling back toward land and battering communities near the Texas-Louisiana line.
Texas cities are getting some help to keep focusing on reconstruction after Harvey brought floods and damaged homes across the region.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice says about 1,400 inmates who were evacuated from Houston-area prisons affected by flooding are heading back to the lockups.
For some Port Arthur residents this was their first day back after fleeing their homes. What they saw was as depressing as what they had been through.
Texas state biologists say residents cleaning up their properties as Harvey's floods recede should watch out for snakes, skunks, raccoons and other wildlife.