The dust is settling in downtown Houston one day after the Macy's building implosion.
It only took seconds for the building to become a pile of rubble Sunday morning.
Over the weekend, METRO suspended its bus and rail services, but buses were rolling and the rail and roads were open Monday morning.
Crews were cleaning up some of the dust and the dirt that had covered several city blocks. Water was being sprayed to keep the dust down now that the cleanup process was underway.
City leaders say some type of commercial development will go up at the downtown location. Exactly what is next is unclear, but of course, it will be exciting to see what happens.