Charities Helped With Fixing Homes, Other Needs After HarveyIn the year since Hurricane Harvey caused widespread flooding and damage in Texas, nonprofits and charities have been filling the gaps in aid that government agencies may not have covered.
Thousands Of Flooded-Out Houstonians Suing Army Corps Claiming Land SeizureAs many as 10,000 home and business owners are suing the federal government alleging the decision to open the dams constitutes a government land seizure.
Harvey's Devastating Flooding Boosts Insurance In TexasWhen Hurricane Harvey hit more than 100,000 flooded homes in Harris County didn't have flood insurance. According to FEMA, 80 percent of all households affected by the storm weren't covered.
Hundreds Of Complaints Filed Against Contractors Post HarveyTexas law doesn't require contractors to be licensed or provide minimal bonds to ensure recovery if their work is subpar.
Houston Offers Draft Plan For Harvey $1.1B Housing RecoveryThe city of Houston has released a Hurricane Harvey recovery draft proposal on how to spend more than $1.1 billion in government funds meant for housing.
5-Day Rainfall In Texas Unprecedented In US: 'We Have Never Experienced A Storm Like Harvey'The area extends roughly from Victoria in South Texas northeast to Houston and over to the Louisiana border.
Agency: Texas Chemical Plant Lacked Plan For Harvey FloodsThe federal agency that investigates industrial accidents is offering muted criticism of the Houston-area chemical plant that flooded last year during Hurricane Harvey.
Gov. Abbott OKs Harris County Flood Control Bond Election After Harvey FloodingGov. Greg Abbott has granted Harris County's request to hold an August special election in which residents could be asked to approve as much as $2.5 billion to finance critical flood-control projects.