Texas Governor Greg Abbott is bringing in additional National Guard members to help with flooding in Houston.
Abbott said via Twitter that a thousand more troops are on their way to Houston.
They'll join three-thousand National Guard service members already heading to America's fourth-largest city.
Houston has seen major flooding after Tropical Storm Harvey dumped more than 30 inches on some parts of the city.
Areas of Houston could a total of 50 inches of rain over the next few days.
Meantime, there is a team of volunteers from Western Mass in the Houston area. Some volunteers have been delayed in getting to Texas because the airport in Houston is under water.
Officials from the Red Cross are asking for help in replenishing blood supplies and other supplies used in the flooding.
If you can help, you are encouraged to use the link below