Kristen Burke

Houston resident

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Kristen Burke is one of the hundreds of thousands of people figuring out a path forward after Harvey devastated the Houston region.

How one Houston parent reassures her daughter it'll be safe to go home

Kristen Burke is one of the hundreds of thousands of people figuring out a path forward after Harvey devastated the Houston region.

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