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Anheuser-Busch Producing Canned Water for Flood Victims

An Anheuser Busch plant in northwest Georgia has started canning water instead of beer to help flood victims in Texas and Oklahoma.


A Washington County family's home is damaged by flood waters. (credit: Jessica Bevins)

Md. Families Still Waiting For Relief After Flood

Some families in Washington County are still waiting to find out if the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide disaster relief after a flash flood struck last week.


The scene from a flooded Hoboken, N.J., one of many towns in New Jersey ravaged by Hurricane Sandy. (credit: Michael Bocchieri/Getty Images)

Few D.C. Owners Affected in Flood-Insurance Debate

While the federal government wades through a complicated effort to keep the National Flood Insurance Program solvent, the capital city has very little at stake in the debate.


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Maryland Residents Facing Higher Flood Insurance Rates

Changes in the federal flood insurance program are likely to mean higher premiums for thousands Maryland residents, and not just those living in Ocean City or along the Chesapeake Bay.


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Obama To Sign Relief From Flood Insurance Hikes

President Barack Obama is set to sign into law a bipartisan bill relieving homeowners living in flood-prone neighborhoods from big increases in their insurance bills.


A flooded street. (Photo credit: Chief Scott Graham/Montgomery County Fire Dept.)

Police Identify Woman Found Dead in Water

Anne Arundel County police have identified a woman whose body was found floating in water in the woods in Maryland City after heavy rains flooded a homeless camp.


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Heavy Rains, Strong Winds Batter D.C. Area

Heavy rains and strong winds will batter the D.C. area overnight Wednesday and into Thursday morning as severe thunderstorms rolling into the area could cause substantial flooding and possible tornadoes.