Nolan Hicks

American-Statesman

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Nolan Hicks is a breaking news reporter for Austin's American-Statesmen.

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As Tropical Storm Harvey moves on to Louisiana, the toll in Texas so far is 19 dead and 8500 rescued, with disasters declared in 33 Texas counties.

Days of rain, years of pain

As Tropical Storm Harvey moves on to Louisiana, the toll in Texas so far is 19 dead and 8500 rescued, with disasters declared in 33 Texas counties.

from To the Point

The rain in Texas continues to set national records. Floodwaters are still rising and rescue efforts may last -- not just for days, but for weeks, into the future.

Tropical Storm Harvey is in a class of its own

The rain in Texas continues to set national records. Floodwaters are still rising and rescue efforts may last -- not just for days, but for weeks, into the future.

from To the Point

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