Harvey’s floodwaters started dropping across much of the Houston area and the sun came out Wednesday in a glimmer of hope for the city.
A pair of 70-year-old reservoir dams that protect downtown Houston from flooding began overflowing Tuesday.
Even after days of nonstop rain, many Houston residents are sticking Harvey out, hoping their homes will be spared from the flood.
The Red Cross reports 6,000 people in Texas are being housed in its temporary shelters. The need for aid is expected to remain for months.
A Muskegon company is shipping about 2,000 kayaks to Texas and Louisiana to be used in the hurricane rescue and relief efforts.
Just as recovery efforts begin in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, more residents are bracing for Hurricane Irma.
Floodwaters reached rooflines and people could be heard pleading for help as Harvey poured rain on Houston for a fourth consecutive day.
Jose Castillo and his family are trapped in their Houston-area home, surrounded by floodwaters.
Harvey has crushed rainfall records across southern Texas and much more rain is on the way. On the high end, 50 inches is possible.
Social media is playing a big role in helping people in the wake of Harvey, which is causing flooding in the Houston area.
With time running out, tens of thousands of people fled Friday from the path of an increasingly menacing-looking Hurricane Harvey.
The American Red Cross of West Michigan already has volunteers in Texas as the region braces for Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey is following the perfect recipe to be a monster storm, meteorologists say.
Tropical Storm Harvey intensified into a hurricane and forecasters said it would become a major one to hit the mid-Texas coast.
A group from Grand Rapids made the trek west to witness the total solar eclipse.