Roughly 75 Percent of Galveston's Homes Are Uninhabitable

For the first time since Hurricane Ike blew away much of the city, residents of Galveston began streaming home today. But the city is in such bad shape, those hurrying back home were given an ominous warning: Bring tetanus shots, rat poisoning and don't bring children. If that's not enough, planes are spraying the city with insecticide to prevent a boom in the mosquito population, the water isn't drinkable and people are urged to wear face masks to guard against inhaling toxic mold that is...Full Story
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