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In late August, Hurricane Harvey dropped nearly fifty inches of rain on Houston and a broad swath of Texas. Between then and now, two more hurricanes have hit Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands, and a devastating earthquake left Central Mexico in dire conditions.

What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...From individuals pitching in with disaster relief to social enterprises freeing up empty properties, there are many who help to house those in need

People think 99, the Grand Parkway, should be named after J.J. Watt.

The unshakable Houston spirit reflected on social media as people began posting using #HoustonStrong

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Every major event, whether it's a presidential election or a natural disaster, has winners and losers. And Tropical Storm Harvey is no different. Clifford Pugh writes in Culture Map Houston 

Hurricane Harvey might have stormed through downtown Houston’s Theater District causing still untold damage...

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April 06, 2017

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