Utility companies are working to restore electricity to tens of thousands of customers who are still without power in Southeast Texas after Nicholas.
Last week, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said she would call for the cancellation claiming the issue has become overly politicized.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued a disaster declaration for two additional counties Tuesday afternoon after Nicholas swept through Southeast Texas.
Shelters and centers to charge devices or get out of the heat are opening up around the Houston area after Nicholas. Here is a list.
As Tropical Storm Nicholas moves across the Houston-area into Tuesday, the first item most residents will be the most concerned about is power and gas lines. Here's some tips you'll need to know if your power goes out.
There are still some uncertainties with the track of Nicholas but confidence is high that Houston will see heavy rains from this system. Much of Southeast Texas is under a FLASH FLOOD WATCH through Tuesday evening.
Two of the school districts in the newly filed lawsuits include Galveston ISD and Spring ISD.
The Texas Center for the missing is reporting that Gene Earl Collum was found safe. The regional Silver Alert has been canceled.
Authorities say a deputy with the Harris County Pct. 1 Constable's Office was taken to the hospital by Life Flight after he was run over by a vehicle in north Houston.
Officials said 1,588 children ages 0-11 have tested positive for COVID-19 this month. In comparison, 459 children ages 0-11 tested positive for COVID-19 in July 2021. Only 68 children, ages 0-11, tested positive for COVID-19, in June 2021.