In a total coincidence, the same Houston hospital saw a patient with a flesh-eating infection, then published a paper about how it kills.
The state's Republican speaker of the House said the "Children of the Confederacy" plaque should be removed from the capitol building.
The free services will be provided at clinics across Texas until the end of September.
Carmen Hix took off a week from work and donated $500 worth of food to the church, but was turned away after the pastor found out she's Jewish and a lesbian.
Aerial spraying of insecticides should help to kill the bugs, but officials caution residents to stay inside during spraying.
“This is a terrible thing that happened, but we’re going to find the good in it and come back stronger,” Refugio High School football coach Jason Herring told his team.
Oil workers have got addicted to drugs during long shifts.
The question of how to pay for hurricane recovery is consuming Washington after Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Sunday increased his damage estimate to between $150 billion and $180 billion.
As Harvey’s unprecedented impacts set in, questions linger about the lack of pre-event mandatory evacuation orders from authorities in Houston and towns farther south along the Texas coast.
The Air Force released striking footage after deploying more than 2,000 airmen to assist in rescue and relief operations in areas hit by Hurricane Harvey.
The the $7.8 billion is for initial recovery efforts from the storm that has displaced more than 1 million people.
Arkema, the company whose Houston-area chemical plant spewed “noxious” smoke on Thursday, successfully pressed Trump administration regulators to delay new safety measures.
It remains unclear how far-reaching this additional catastrophe could become, as Houston begins the work of cleaning and rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.
A 1.5 mile zone around the plant has been evacuated.
The French satirical weekly has a controversial take on Hurricane Harvey.
Lakewood Church was criticized for not opening sooner, but a spokesman said there were concerns about the risk of flooding.
Local residents doubt Lakewood Church's claim and have been posting their photos to social media.
People trapped by flooding in the wake of the hurricane were stuck in attics of homes.