John SchwartzDear friends: the threat of exposure by a shadowy opposition research group trying to undermine independent, legitimate journalism will nor deter me from continuing to be a complete dumbass on Twitter.
Two years after Hurricane Harvey, thousands of Harvey survivors remain displaced or live in damaged homes, and the progress of programs to repair flooded homes or to build new flood control projects has been slow.
The lakes rose this year to levels not seen in decades. A 1,234-mile drive around one of them revealed what all that water has left behind — vanishing beaches, closed roads, new islands.
John SchwartzTake a road trip with @MitchKSmith across 1,234 miles, four states, two time zones and 34 counties. In town after town, higher waters were leaving damage, interrupting routines and stirring fears that the worst may be yet to come.