Hurricane Season News
Agency: Texas chemical plant unprepared for Hurricane Harvey
Federal investigators say they've seen no signs that a Houston-area chemical plant that flooded and partially exploded during Hurricane Harvey considering moving its highly unstable compounds offsite as a precaution
Harvey's 'Biblical' rainfall is getting more likely
A new study says the type incredible rainfall that Hurricane Harvey caused was Biblical in a sense and is six times more likely to drench Texas than a quarter century ago
How Adopt-a-Family has directly helped those affected by hurricanes
The organization connects people who want to help directly with families affected by hurricanes in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Note: What else does Mueller have up his sleeve? We'll see
The TAKE with Rick Klein The official position is that the White House expects the independent counsel's inquiry to "conclude soon." But this phase of the Trump presidency is not controlled by President Donald Trump ; it is controlled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller . He is acting like he's just
Winter weather forecast shows colder, wetter North and warmer, drier South
What happens in the Pacific Ocean with the phenomenon La Niña will likely cause temperature and precipitation changes across the country this winter, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration . The weak La Niña developing could be the biggest player in the 2017-2018 winter
Hurricane-ravaged Dominica is still fighting to survive
The tiny Caribbean island on the front line of climate change lost entire communities, forests and infrastructures during Hurricane Maria.
'It's all gone': Hurricane-ravaged Dominica, on the front line of climate change, fighting to survive
Verlyn Peter picked her way through the wreckage of her home, searching for anything she and her family could save. “This used to be what we call our living room,” she said, then gestured to another area she said used to be her daughter's bedroom. “It’s all gone,” Peter said. “We tried to salvage
Hurricane Nate makes landfall as a category 1 storm overnight in Mississippi
Residents along the Gulf Coast breathe a sigh of relief that they were spared major damage.
San Juan mayor’s complaints dismissed as 'political noise’ by FEMA chief
The San Juan mayor’s continuing complaints about the federal emergency response to the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria are just "political noise," said Brock Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency . “We filtered out the mayor a long time ago," Long told ABC
FEMA chief dismisses San Juan mayor's complaints as 'political noise'
FEMA administrator Brock Long discusses Hurricane Nate, which made landfall along the Gulf Coast as a Category 1 storm.