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In mid-September, Tropical Depression Imelda did the unthinkable dumping over forty inches of rain in Southeast Texas just to the east of Houston. The water damaged hundreds of homes and over 1,000 people had to be rescued from flooded homes, reminding many of the damage...

The Trump administration has unveiled one of the biggest overhauls of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in its history. Many climate advocates believe the changes will encourage communities to become better prepared for weather extremes. However, the changes may also drive costs up for...

Most people don’t realize that if they leave their home unoccupied for an extended period, their homeowner’s insurance carrier most likely will not provide coverage for a claim made for something that happened while their house was vacant. Having no coverage would leave the homeowner...

Most people equate flooding with living near lakes, rivers, and streams, but as residents of cities like New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and many other coastal towns can tell you, it can happen just about anywhere there is a body of water. With the risks of flooding...

The Office of the Comptroller, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Association, and the Farm Credit Administration announced the release of new regulations concerning the acceptance of private flood insurance by regulated lenders....