7 confirmed fatalities, 1 remains missing in Houston's historic flooding

Seven people are dead and one person remains missing after heavy storms caused historic flooding in the Houston area, officials have confirmed.


Neighbors help each other get through cleaning after historic flooding

In one Meyerland apartment complex, there were plenty of flooded cars, washed-out apartments and destroyed apartments Wednesday night – but there were also smiles.


Rockets eliminated after 104-90 loss to Warriors in Game 5

The Rockets pursuit for an NBA championship will fall short after a 101-90 loss to the Warriors in Game 5.


Residents on West Fork of San Jacinto River should prepare to take action

Wednesday afternoon the Harris County Flood Control District issued a stern warning to people living near the West Fork of the San Jacinto River.


Missing Fort Bend County woman found dead

A Fort Bend County woman was found dead hours after her vehicle was discovered submerged in a ditch Tuesday afternoon in the Rosenberg area.


Wharton's mayor calls for voluntary evacuation due to flood prediction

The city of Wharton's mayor called for a voluntary evacuation Thursday for the west side of the city due to the predicted rise of the Colorado River. 


Buffalo Bayou Park opening celebration pushed to fall due to weather

The big opening celebration for Buffalo Bayou Park will be pushed back to fall, according to organizers.


Four teens rescued by Magnolia fire crew, taken into custody

Deputies took four teenagers into custody Thursday after they were rescued from high water by the Magnolia Fire Department.


PHOTOS: Flooding throughout the Houston area

Images from around the Houston area from KPRC 2 viewers.


Thursday's Weather Webcast

It'll be a bad hair day Thursday as the weather will be muggy and warm. Temperatures will start off in the low 70s and then move up into the high 80s in the afternoon. There is still a 40 percent chance for rain throughout the day. 


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Racist letter tells NY family to move from neighborhood

Ronica Copes and her family have lived in their Long Island home for almost two years. But just last week, they received the most unwelcoming letter in the mail.



Texas braces for another onslaught of rain

The ferocious Blanco River surged into the Perez family's vacation home, blowing the door off its frame.

"Oh no!" Sarah Perez cried from the second floor.

The torrent of brown water filled the Texas house, creating a whirlpool of chairs and tables.…

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