The top local stories this evening from KERA News:
Corpus Christi, just inland from where Hurricane Harvey landed last week, got another visit today from the President and the First Lady.
Their motorcade passed twisted trees, knocked-down signs and broken fences on the way to a firehouse for a briefing with Governor Greg Abbott and others. The president pledged to make recovery as smooth as possible.
Other stories this evening:
- As Harvey continues to flood Houston and the surrounding areas, KERA’s Chris Connelly drove from Dallas Monday. He checked into the downtown convention center that's being used as a shelter for evacuees.
- When tornadoes ripped through North Texas the day after Christmas in 2015, hundreds of families had their lives torn up. KERA's Courtney Collins checked back in with some of the families she profiled in our series One Crisis Away: Rebuilding A Life.
As technology continues to evolve, many are wondering if computers will overtake humans. On Think, Krys Boyd talked with the MIT physics professor Max Tegmark about preparing for a robot-run future.
You can listen to North Texas stories weekdays at 8:22 a.m. and 6:20 p.m. on KERA 90.1 FM.