The 10 Best Videos of the Week: Aug. 27

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From a couple who has made it their mission to eat at every Cracker Barrel restaurant in the U.S. to a colony of ants floating through Houston's flooded streets, here are the most compelling videos from the tri-state and beyond for the week of Aug. 27.

Cats, Dogs Displaced by Harvey Arrive in New Jersey

Cats and dogs that were in Texas shelters when Harvey hit were left, once again, without a home. That’s why volunteers have brought the animals up to New Jersey, where they’ll be put up for adoption. Jummy Olabanji reports.

Time-Lapse Shows Flooding in Houston-Area Garage

More Than a Thousand DACA Protesters March to Trump Tower

More than 1,000 protesters hit the streets, marching from Trump International Hotel to Trump Tower in defense of a program that helps immigrant children avoid deportation. Ida Siegal reports.

NYC Teacher's Remix of Popular Rap Song Goes Viral

A New York City sixth-grade teacher’s geography remix of a popular rap song has gone viral, with 52,000 retweets and more than 100,000 likes since she posted it to Twitter last week. (Credit: @ericabuddington)

Colony of Floating Fire Ants Found in Houston Flood Waters

The U.S. Department of Energy revealed on Wednesday that it secretly shipped weapons-grade plutonium from South Carolina to a nuclear security site in Nevada months ago despite the state's protests. The Justice Department notified a federal judge in Reno that the government trucked in the radioactive material to store at the site 70 miles (113 kilometers) north of Las Vegas before Nevada first asked a court to block the move in November. Department lawyers said in a nine-page filing that the previously classified information about the shipment from South Carolina can be disclosed now because enough time has passed to protect national security. They didn't specify when the one-half metric ton of plutonium was transferred.

Couple Completes Quest to Dine at Every Cracker Barrel in the Country

As of Monday, Ray and Wilma Yoder have dined at all 645 Cracker Barrel restaurant locations in the United States. KGW’s Tim Gordon reports.

Rescues Continue in Texas With Broken Hearts

Ray Villeda reports live from Texas as there is a break in the rain and rescues continue with heavy hearts.

Long Lost Cat Comes Home 10 Years Later

A family was reunited with their beloved 10 years after it disappeared thanks to a Pennsylvania animal shelter's microchip scanning system. WETM's Robert Lindenmuth reports.

Drone Footage Captures Damage in Aransas Pass, Texas

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