"Today marks one year since hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast as a category four, storm amid commemorative events NPR's Rebecca. Hersher reports much of the reason is still rebuilding. From Corpus Christi to Houston all the way to Louisiana Harvey caused at least one hundred twenty five billion dollars in damages washed out roads have been repaired as have, thousands of homes the region's enormous, petrochemical industry is back up and running but in many low income neighborhoods people are struggling Rosie Soto, still brings, donated food to a neighborhood in east Houston that donations are few and far between at this point I do my best. To because. They're still trying to, use every penny. That they have district place stove or to replace the kids. Shoes and this year's hurricane season still has months to go"