Gulf Coast

The potentially devastating storm is expected to make landfall Sunday afternoon.
Heavy rain led to high water late Saturday into early Sunday in the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa metropolitan areas.
The impending storm forced postponement of weekend Juneteenth celebrations in Mississippi and Alabama.
The storm's strong winds, heavy rains and dangerous storm surge damaged buildings and killed at least one person.
Hurricane Laura’s torrential rain and destructive winds are battering the Gulf Coast.
Video footage of an event on a Texas beach showed maskless people twerking, drinking and standing way too close together.
Florida, Alabama and Mississippi declared states of emergency on Saturday.
Lows are predicted to hit minus 20F to minus 30F from Montana into the Dakotas and Minnesota, well below average.
Louie Gohmert of Texas claims he drove along the Gulf Coast looking for oil after Deepwater Horizon exploded but found only "a drop or two here and there.”
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The storm is threatening to bring torrential rain and flooding to Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
The storm has already killed at least 30 people and is expected to grow to a Category 2 hurricane.
The storm has already killed 22 people in Central America.
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“This is going to be a massive, massive cleanup process,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) said Friday.