Hurricane Harvey Leaves Thousands Still Waiting on Clean Water
Thousands of people are still waiting on access to safe drinking water in parts of Texas more than three months after Hurricane Harvey. The storm and the heavy rains that followed overflowed drainage districts, cut off water and prompted hundreds of boil-water notices across the Gulf Coast. More than a dozen boil-water notices remain in effect across affected areas. The areas included cities, mobile home parks and housing developments in seven counties across southeast Texas, the...


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