EnvironmentOutdated FEMA Flood Maps Don’t Account For Climate Change • Sep 15, 2016 Share Cattle had to be driven through the waters of a flooded road, and then trucked to higher ground on Aug. 16, in Sorrento, La. About a third of the flooding in the state last month occurred outside the local flood plain. Add to My List In My List WABE brings you the local stories and national news that you value and trust. Please make a gift today. Related Stories Agnes Scott Climate Conference Highlights Women’s Role Judge Blocks Work At Industrial Facility In DeKalb Opposed By Community Advocates Report: Officer’s Error Likely Caused Shipwreck Off Georgia Georgians Can Now Check The Daily Bird Forecast Group Of Candidates For Atlanta Mayor Say They're Being Left Out Of The Debate Expanding Products And Services: Mailchimp Co-Founder On $12 Billion Intuit Acquisition Former Ahmaud Arbery Case Prosecutor Joyette Holmes Breaks Silence On The Case 13 People Were Shot, 1 Killed, At A Tennessee Kroger Store. The Suspect Is Dead Cobb School District Charges Students In Anti-Semitic Incidents Atlanta Area Schools Grapple With Labor Shortages What Will Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Approach Be In Congress?