Much of Houston is cleaning up from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed. The rebuilding is just beginning, and the financial impact is being felt by both flood victims and those who did not get water in their homes. Elizabeth Lee explains from Houston.
While floodwaters are still high in some Houston neighborhoods, the water is receding in much of the city. As more roads become passable again, people who were trapped at home during Hurricane Harvey are starting to venture out in search of gas and groceries. What people are able to find depends on where they live. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports from Houston.