After a Dozen Hurricanes and 40 Years, Familiar Dangers With Higher Stakes

Some things have changed about hurricanes — technology, forecasting, preparedness. Some have not — danger, power, human indecision in dealing with the storm.

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Deadly Hurricanes Are Nothing New to Texas

A hurricane that struck Galveston in 1900 took more than 6,000 lives. The last one to strike the Lone Star State, Hurricane Ike, killed 28 people in 2008.

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