Saving the books!

There is good news for patrons of a popular Westchase Houston library location that has been closed since Hurricane Harvey. Repairs to the Kendall Library are set to begin. But a Houston City Council member worries that. Thousands of books that were undamaged by the storm may not survive the renovation.

Judge tosses case over Arkema chemical plant fire during Harvey

A judge on Thursday dismissed the criminal case against a chemical manufacturer and one of its former employees over a fire at its plant near Houston during Hurricane Harvey, saying prosecutors failed to present sufficient evidence to support the charges.

Federal judge finds government liable for Hurricane Harvey damage

A federal judge found the government liable for Hurricane Harvey flood damage to 10,000 to 12,000 homes and structures that are upstream of Addicks and Barker Flood Control Resevoirs. Thousands of Harvey victims will benefit from the federal judge’s ruling.

Houston 2 years of recovery after Harvey, What's Your Point?

This week’s panel : Wayne Dolcefino, media consultant; Charles Blain, Urban Reform; Carmen Roe, legal analyst and Houston attorney; Antonio Diaz-, writer, educator and radio host; Bob Price, Associate Editor of Breitbart Texas; Laura Moser, former Democratic congressional candidate talk about flood control and storm protection.