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  • FEMA grants dubious storm recovery contracts

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Hurricane Harvey survivor: Floodwaters filled her home ‘out of nowhere’

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With more rain falling, there’s growing concern for the thousands of people in and around Houston still stranded by Hurricane Harvey. Houston resident Celeste Lorusso tells TODAY that water started filling her house “out of nowhere,” so she had to flee to a neighbor’s home and leave her pets behind.