For credit union professionals in the Houston area--and elsewhere--everything changed in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
The number of credit union closures increase slightly as recovery efforts continue.
More than a dozen credit unions serving nearly 130,000 members in the small Southeast Texas cities deluged with 26 inches of rain.
CUAid is activated by the National Credit Union Foundation and some CUs are closed until further notice.
Officials are not sure how many ATMs are underwater, destroyed or even gone in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
In the early aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, CUNA Mutual Group is beginning the process of filing CU insurance claims.
The NCUA announces emergency assistance for credit unions impacted by Tropical Storm Harvey.
Credit union employees working from home and closed CU branches are being monitored via security cameras.
While it's early to fully grasp the scope of damage from Harvey's flooding, experts believe this will be an economic catastrophe.
Credit unions from Austin, Texas to Houston are closed due to record-setting flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey.