Storm With ‘No Boundaries’ Took Aim at Rich and Poor Alike

By JULIE TURKEWITZ and AUDRA D.S. BURCH August 31, 2017 HOUSTON — Antonio Armenta paid $45,000 a decade ago for the little white house with the arched kitchen doorway by the train tracks in northeast Houston, where he raised his children...

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