Meteorologists on Tuesday offered the first reason for hope — a forecast with less than an inch of rain and even a chance for sunshine.
A West Michigan native is among the hundreds of U.S. Coast Guard crew members aiding in rescue efforts in flood-ravaged Houston.
Tony VanDyke was one of the first to deploy, arriving in Texas before then-Hurricane Harvey made landfall.
Hundreds of Michigan National Guard soldiers have been placed on standby to aid in Harvey relief efforts in Texas.
Kellogg is promising to donate $100,000 to Harvey relief efforts, as well as sending food to the Gulf Coast.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner confirmed police Sgt. Steve Perez died after he became trapped in his patrol car as he was driving to work.
The Houston megachurch led by televangelist Joel Osteen says it’s opened its doors to people seeking shelter as Harvey swamps the city.
Volkswagen is recalling almost 281,000 CC and Passat sedans and wagons in the U.S.
President Donald Trump says “all options are on the table” after North Korea launched ballistic missiles over Japan.
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.
A report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shows crushing student loan debt is not just a problem for young people.
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.
South Korea’s military says North Korea fired the missile from its capital toward the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
A Muskegon company is shipping about 2,000 kayaks to Texas and Louisiana to be used in the hurricane rescue and relief efforts.