By Alex Gans article By now, most people in Texas and Louisiana have left their homes and are safe from the worst effects of Hurricane Harvey.
But many people are still without power and are struggling to survive on limited resources.
Here’s what you need to know if you live in or near the affected areas.
What’s going on in Texas?
Here’s the latest on Harvey:There are still people in need of assistance in Texas.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced it has opened up 3,500 flood-related disaster relief positions in Texas over the past week.
But more people need to get to shelters to help people in desperate need.
The USGS announced that the number of fatalities due to flooding in Texas increased to more than 9,600 on Thursday, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The National Weather Service in Houston also said a total of 6,200 people were reported to be missing in Texas, with more than 2,300 unaccounted for.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has also declared a state of emergency in the state of Texas.
It has been called a “severe and catastrophic disaster” because it includes the flood waters of the Brazos River.
The number of people who have been killed has risen to more the more than 4,300.
The Texas Emergency Management Department said that more than 1,000 people are missing after Hurricane Harvey hit the state in August.
More than 2 million homes and businesses have been damaged in the flooding.
The number of homes and business destroyed is currently more than 3.8 million.
The damage caused by Hurricane Harvey has forced many people to seek shelter and food in shelters.
Here are some of the shelters in Texas: