HUD says Texas agency discriminated in flood relief funding

Texas’ administration of flood relief money from Hurricane Harvey broke federal law by discriminating against Black and Hispanic residents in the Houston area, according to a decision by the federal housing agency that could channel millions of dollars of aid to communities battered by the 2017 storm.

Liftup Act could help small business in Houston

When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, four years ago It left $125 billion in damage With that, and more disasters likely to follow, struggling small businesses to survive. However, FOX 26 Business Reporter Tom Zizka says one state law and proposed federal legislation can now offer some help.