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Houston native Richard Linklater says making his new film 'Boyhood' over a 12-year span was a leap of faith.
Locals hit the Geary Studio for a session and interview.
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Citizen groups are challenging company’s permit application with TCEQ.
Working Texans without job-based coverage comprise majority of those left behind.
An announcement is expected Friday on validity of citizen-led petition drive.
Newspaper is moving into the old Houston Post building on Southwest Freeway.
Texas calls EPA pollution database deceiving
Court overrules a cease and desist order from the Federal Aviation Administration.
“Narrow network” plans mean fewer choices in exchange for lower premiums
Human trafficking summit to increase awareness and protect children from being victimized
Very possibly more harpsichord than you can handle.
Jewish students stayed away from dangerous areas during 3-week trip.
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