Hurricane Harvey

WATCH: In Houston, Thousands Of Harvey Victims Still Waiting For Aid To Repair Their Homes

The Texas Tribune teamed up with PBS NewsHour to tell the story of one Houston family trying to make their flood-damaged home livable again while they wait for federal aid that’s been too slow to arrive

Five months after Hurricane Harvey tore through Houston with record rainfall and 130 mph winds, 33,000 Texans are still displaced and living in temporary federal housing. Meanwhile, 80 percent of hurricane victims did not have flood insurance, and for many, help is not coming fast enough. Produced in partnership with the Texas Tribune, Hari Sreenivasan looks at what keeps them from returning home.