• Officials fear more September floods in Eddy County

    CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) — Eddy County officials are worried another rainy September will impact repair work on damage caused by last year’s flooding.

  • Residents salvage personal items after a mudslide triggered by Tropical Storm Erika left it partially submerged, in Montrouis, Haiti, Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. Erika dissipated early Saturday, but it left devastation in its path on the small eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, and parts of Haiti, authorities said. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

    Dominica declares disaster status after storm leaves 20 dead

    ROSEAU, Dominica (AP) — Rescue teams worked Sunday to reopen roads to remote communities in Dominica after Tropical Storm Erika caused flooding and mudslides that killed at least 20 people and left more than 50 missing on the Caribbean island.

  • President Barack Obama greets residents in the the Tremé neighborhood in New Orleans, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, for the 10th anniversary since the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.  Tremé is one of the oldest black neighborhoods in America, which borders the French Quarter just north of Downtown.(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    Obama says New Orleans is ‘moving forward’ after hurricane

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Visiting residents on tidy porch stoops and sampling the fried chicken at a corner restaurant, President Barack Obama held out the people of New Orleans on Thursday as an extraordinary example of renewal and resilience 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

  • Firefighters with Valley Fire Department District 1 redirect traffic, Wednesday night, Aug. 26, 2015, at the intersection of County Road 350 and County Road 390 east of Farmington, N.M., in the Crouch Mesa Area. (Jon Austria/The Daily Times via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT NO SALES

    Strong storm causes flooding in San Juan County

    AZTEC, N.M. (AP) — Some homes remain without power Thursday, the morning after an intense thunderstorm downed trees and flooded roadways in San Juan County

  • In this July 23, 2015 photo, Efrem Garza stands before his new home built on the lot of his previous house that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and holds a photograph taken by a friend of the remains of that house on South Seashore Avenue in Long Beach, Miss. Before the storm Garza was surrounded by houses and trees, now 10 years later, there are only two houses on that land, as few of the residents returned and rebuilt. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

    On Mississippi’s shore, what Katrina erased not yet replaced

    LONG BEACH, Miss. (AP) — Between Mississippi’s seashore and the railroad tracks a little ways inland, where Hurricane Katrina all but erased a neighborhood 10 years ago, Efrem Garza and a handful of other homeowners are still resettling a frontier.