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A weakened Nate brings flooding, power outages to Gulf Coast
BILOXI, Miss. — Hurricane Nate brought a burst of flooding and power outages to the U.S. Gulf Coast before weakening rapidly Sunday, sparing the region the kind of catastrophic damage left by a series of hurricanes that hit the southern U.S. and Caribbean in recent weeks.
Apartment fire displaces four; lightning suspected as storms roll through Denton County
Maria knocks out power, triggers flooding in Puerto Rico
Denton County reports 9th human case of West Nile virus
A resident from The Colony has been diagnosed with West Nile neuroinvasive disease, the more serious form of the West Nile virus.
Hurricane Maria slams Dominica, now menaces Puerto Rico
ROSEAU, Dominica (AP) -- Hurricane Maria smashed into the Caribbean island of Dominica with 160 mph winds, ripping the roof off even the prime minister's residence and causing what he called "mind-boggling" devastation Tuesday as it plunged into a Caribbean region already ravaged by Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Maria nearing already battered Caribbean islands
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) -- A strengthening Hurricane Maria churned toward the Leeward Islands in the eastern Caribbean on Monday as forecasters warned it was expected to become a major hurricane by early Tuesday.
Irma loses hurricane status but keeps spreading misery
TV correspondents face danger they told others to avoid
Harvey recovery czar faces limits
The man tasked with overseeing Texas' Hurricane Harvey rebuilding efforts sees his job as "future-proofing" before the next disaster, but he isn't empowered on his own to reshape flood-prone Houston or the state's vulnerable coastline, which has been walloped by three major hurricanes since 2006.
Irma takes a parting shot as it finally leaves Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- A weakened Irma took its parting shot at Florida on Monday, triggering severe flooding in the state's northeastern corner, while authorities along the storm's 400-mile path struggled to rush aid to victims and take the full measure of the damage.
More aid on way for Irma-battered islands; death toll grows
Weakened but dangerous Irma lashes Florida with wind, rain
France's Katrina? Islanders see racism in hurricane response
PARIS (AP) -- Some black and mixed-race residents of the hurricane-devastated French territory on the island of St. Martin are expressing anger at a perception that white tourists have been given priority during evacuations.