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Division II player dies from in-game injury
9 hours 2 min ago
September 18, 2017
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Woman demands removal of decorative cotton item at Hobby Lobby
September 18, 2017 - 5:18pm
September 16, 2017
Crossroads Care Center Activity Director Anita Miller (center) assists residents Dora Jacobs (left) and Nancy Navara with the cards they were decorating. (Julie Buntjer / The Globe)
Handmade with love: Local nursing home residents make cards for Texas care facility
September 16, 2017 - 9:11am
September 11, 2017
Nine people killed in Texas shooting, including shooter killed by officer
September 11, 2017 - 3:07pm
September 4, 2017
Nazirah Sly, 43, of Port Arthur, Texas, celebrates upon seeing the horse the family was forced to leave behind after Hurricane Harvey hit. Her daughter, Alicia Sly, is texting the news to family members. Washington Post photo by Todd C. Frankel
What happened to Bella? A family waits to learn a horse's fate in Harvey flooding
September 4, 2017 - 10:42am
September 2, 2017
President Donald Trump descends from Air Force One alongside first lady Melania Trump, at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston, Sept. 2, 2017. Trump will meet with state officials, lawmakers and other individuals impacted by Hurricane Harvey. (Tom Brenner/The New York Times)
President Trump arrives in Houston to meet with Hurricane Harvey survivors
September 2, 2017 - 12:07pm
Michael Ruiz uses a pressure washer to clear muck off his driveway at the end of a long day of removing sheet rock and flooring from his flooded home in Houston, Sept. 1, 2017. As Southeast Texas residents returned by the thousands to flood-damaged homes, others remained in the grip of the crisis on Friday, still cut off and living without running water. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times)
White House requests $7.85 billion for emergency Harvey aid, asks Congress to raise debt ceiling
September 2, 2017 - 9:34am
September 1, 2017
Pastor Marty Murray, piloting the boat, and his group of volunteers tie up to their truck after a rescue mission. Photo by Lucian Perkins for The Washington Post
On dark, watery streets, an adrenaline-driven mission to rescue the stranded
September 1, 2017 - 8:53am
The sun sets on downtown Houston as flood waters still surround some neighborhoods. Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford
New dangers keep appearing in Harvey's wake
September 1, 2017 - 8:33am
August 31, 2017
Patrick Short surveys the damage as he returns to Concord Bridge through flooding in Houston, Aug. 30, 2017. Waters began to recede in parts of flood-ravaged Houston on Wednesday as Tropical Storm Harvey's wrath shifted east. Barbara Davidson / The New York Times
Explosions rock storm-hit chemical plant as Harvey's wrath moves inland
August 31, 2017 - 6:58am
August 30, 2017
Anna Kaiser and Channing Wood look out at their flooded neighborhood after being evacuated in Houston, Aug. 29, 2017. As one of the most destructive storms in the nation’s history pummeled southeast Texas for a fourth day, forecasts on Tuesday called for still more rain, making clear that catastrophic flooding that had turned neighborhoods into lakes was just the start of a disaster that would take years to overcome. (Alyssa Schukar/The New York Times)
At least 22 confirmed dead from Harvey as Houston mayor imposes a nightly curfew
August 30, 2017 - 7:41am
August 29, 2017
A man stands on a roof as flood waters cover the Meyerland neighborhood of Houston, Aug. 27, 2017. Residents who fled Hurricane Harvey are living in a haze of uncertainty, searching for answers from home as to what — and who — survived. (Alyssa Schukar/The New York Times)
Where Harvey is hitting hardest, four out of five homeowners lack flood insurance
August 29, 2017 - 2:31pm
Juan Jaramillo, from Houston, goes for a morning jog to survey flooding along the Buffalo Bayou river in Houston, Aug. 29, 2017. As one of the most destructive storms in the nation’s history pummeled southeast Texas for a fourth day, forecasts on Tuesday morning called for still more rain, making clear that catastrophic flooding that had turned neighborhoods into lakes was just the start of a disaster that would take years to overcome. (Andrew Burton/The New York Times)
Harvey marks the most extreme rain event in U.S. history
August 29, 2017 - 12:34pm
Residents are evacuated from their neighborhood on a civilian boat, on the outskirts of Houston, Aug. 28, 2017. With record floodwaters devastating much of southeast Texas, more than 450,000 people are likely to seek federal aid in recovering from Harvey, the storm that has battered the Gulf Coast for days, a Federal Emergency Management Agency official said. (Tamir Kalifa/The New York Times)
Texas officials say at least 9 dead amid Harvey havoc
August 29, 2017 - 7:35am
August 28, 2017
A resident floats his pets and belongings on an air mattress along Mercury Drive as he flees floodwater at his home in Houston on Sunday. Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford
'Beyond anything experienced': Harvey's impact is coming into chilling focus
August 28, 2017 - 7:20am
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