Gov. Tate Reeves has warned Mississippians that the state is “not in the clear yet.”
“We expect the river to continue to rise over the next 24 hours or so. We are not out of the woods yet," Gov. Tate Reeves said.
“The contrast between the current bushfire crisis and this sudden flooding is striking," said the director of the Australian Reptile Park.
The "acqua alta," or high waters, have flooded the city three times in less than a week.
A regional council member in the Italian city pointed out the sad irony in a Facebook post.
Mayor Luigi Brugnaro declared a state of emergency after the city was hit by its highest tide in 50 years.
Roughly 300 million people may lose their homes by 2050 due to coastal flooding, a new study examining land elevation finds.
Weakened to a Category 1 hurricane, the powerful storm lashed communities with wind, rain and floodwaters.
A 911 dispatcher in Fort Smith, Arkansas, spent her last day on the job berating a woman stuck in floodwaters.
Federal authorities and social scientists struggle to create effective messages to inform and compel people to take action.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards warned that there could be “a considerable amount of overtopping” of levees.
Farmers already are struggling with years of falling incomes, and more of them are seeking mental healthcare than before.
The storms are part of a large system moving through the southern United States, knocking out power to thousands and causing some flash flooding.
Lawmakers were unable to reach a deal amid a standoff over disaster relief for Puerto Rico.
Half of the country is at risk of moderate to major flooding this season.
The CNN anchor called out the congressman's offensive comparison of New Orleans flood victims to those in his own state.
The water rose so quickly that farmers in many areas had no time to get animals out.
More than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings Friday.