A new book explores past natural disasters and how Texas remains unprepared for future storms, big and small.
If a city’s population drops below 50,000, it’s no longer considered an urban area. This different designation means it could lose some of the federal dollars directed toward larger metropolitan areas.
‘You Can Only Take So Much’: Low-Income Hurricane Harvey Survivors Sue Over ‘Discriminatory’ Recovery Process
The lawsuit accuses state and federal officials of favoring wealthier, white homeowners over poorer black and Hispanic renters.
“It’s a sign of the times.”
They’re a time capsule of the destruction wrought by the deadliest storm to hit Texas since 1919.
More than 4,500 households have applied for city assistance, but fewer than two dozen applicants have been approved.
The storm-ravaged coastal city is trying to move some people out of harm’s way while begging others to return.
More than half of FEMA’s flood maps rely on decades-old data. Now, a group of Texas researchers is tackling the problem with a $3 million grant and crowdsourced data.
A Q&A with the two Rice University anthropologists who will dedicate the world’s first memorial to a glacier lost to climate change.
Houston artist Prince Varughese Thomas blurs boundaries of politics, medium and identity.