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Rain go away

Spooky storms dampen Halloween fun, but should clear for trick or treating

By Tyler Rudick

Houston-area officials are keeping close tabs on bayous and waterways Halloween morning as heavy bands of spooooky storms pummel the region. As of 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Harris County Fl ...


Traffic Reprieve

Traffic reprieve: San Felipe closing delayed until after Monday morning rush hour

By Clifford Pugh

Traffic along San Felipe inside the 610 Loop is expected to be mess for the next couple of weeks — but those traveling along the busy street have an extra day to use the route before  it ...


Pix of the Day

Heavy rains hit Houston, bayous overflow in several places

By Clifford Pugh

UPDATE: As of 9:30 a.m. Sunday, the Harris County Flood Control District issued this update: Area bayous and creeks are draining, and the following conditions were reported in the most heavily ...


Building Bridges

Westheimer & San Felipe both set for major road work, long lane closures: Get ready for traffic hell

By Whitney Radley

If Galleria-area traffic doesn't already scare you away, then this news just might: The Harris County Flood Control District revealed on Tuesday that both Westheimer Road and Richmond Aven ...


Rain, yes . . . hail, no

No mini-apocalypse for Houston: Shift in winds keeps heaviest rains in Gulf of Mexico

By Tyler Rudick

While this recent batch of storms certainly has made its mark across the region, Wednesday's weather has proved relatively manageable for Houstonians thanks to a subtle shift in the w ...


Flood Waters

After fierce opposition from mountain bikers, Bayou study pulled from website, tabled for revisions

By Whitney Radley

Just last week, Charting Buffalo and White Oak Bayou released a study aimed at flood damage reduction improvements along the city's waterways. The draft caused a stir throughout the ci ...


Standing Room Only

Mountain bikers & tree lovers flood meetings to try and save the Anthills from destruction

By Whitney Radley

We've all seen the damaging and costly effects of heavy rains on Houston's roadways and signature bayous. The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) is researching options f ...


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