It’s been just over a month since Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf Coast. In the storm’s wake, residents of Port Aransas were down but not defeated. People in the small island city banded together to patch up buildings, remove literally tons of debris and feed each other. Today, as we continue our "Rebuilding After Harvey" series, we visited some of the few places providing free hot meals to residents and relief volunteers.
It’s lunchtime, and a line fifty people deep stretches down the sidewalk in a baseball field near the center of Port Aransas.