The Prayer Circle: Texans Rebuild After Harvey as a Practice of Faith By KEVIN SACK September 9, 2017 Friends, neighbors and family members gathered in a prayer circle outside Angie Kemple’s home in Wharton County, Tex. By KEVIN SACK...
While officials in Houston did not order an evacuation before Hurricane Harvey, their counterparts in Florida were urging residents to leave as Hurricane Irma approached.
Americans thought the eclipse was awesome, but hurricanes, wildfires, and an earthquake have some — and not just deeply religious people — thinking dark thoughts.
Harvey left a reporter and his family with a damaged home, ruined cars and a lot of worries. But navigating the adversity yielded some perspective.
Life in Houston now comes with a twinge of survivor’s guilt for those in dry neighborhoods, and envy among those still dealing with floodwater.
The emergency management agency is stretched by disaster response from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as fires and severe storms elsewhere in the country.