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Brazos River Crests at Richmond Gage; Shelters Closing in Missouri City, Donations No Longer Accepted at Rec Center


UPDATE: 9/1 1 p.m.: As of 12:15 p.m. the Brazos River is at 55.08’, after cresting at 55.19’ earlier today.

Revised Statement: Mayor Turner asks for evacuation of inundated homes in West Houston zone


HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner is urging residents of dwellings with water already inside in west Houston to leave their homes.

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HOUSTON – To address the collection of disaster debris created by Hurricane Harvey, the Solid Waste Management Department will be temporarily changing the City’s

Niagara Bottling Donates More Than 2 Million Bottles of Water and Pledges $1 Million to Support Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Efforts


Throughout the past several days, Niagara Bottling has donated more than 2 million bottles of water to emergency relief partners

More Grocery Stores and Pharmacies Open for Business in the Fort Bend County Area


UPDATE: 9/1 9 a.m.: As of 7:15 a.m., the Brazos River had a level of 55.19’ and is expected to crest at 55.7’