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Posted on · The candidates recently appeared on Houston Public Media’s "Red, White, and Blue" to make the case for why they should represent the 29th Congressional District of Texas.
Posted on · As part of Houston Public Media and the Houston Chronicle’s year-long series The Million, Houston Matters’ Edel Howlin and other foreign-born Houstonians talk about their lives here in Houston, and where they turn for homes away from home.
Posted on · There are two types of ex-pats to be found in Houston.
Posted on · Houston mayoral candidate Marty McVey is part of a crowded field vying to replace Annise Parker, who is not running due to term limits.
Posted on · Houston's mayoral race is starting to come into focus. Signs are popping up and candidates are block-walking, and there are debates nearly every week. Chris Bell is one of the seven people running for the city's top job.
Posted on · Low gas prices and stiff EPA regulations have accelerated the retirement of coal-burning power plants across the Midwest. Economic pressures may soon force Texas utilities to follow suit.
Posted on · Longtime Houston lawmaker Sylvester Turner officially announced his campaign for Houston mayor, and is already considered a front-runner.
Posted on · Nearly destroyed in a fire, Missionary Baptist Church, now known as Bethel Church Park, was revitalized and honored by the Houston District Council of the Urban Land Institute.
Posted on · Dr. Eugene Boisaubin of UTHealth Medical School discusses why it is important to disconnect.
Posted on · City aims to making cycling safer, more accessible for area riders.
Posted on · Experts examine the impact of low oil prices on consumers, the oil industry and the Houston economy
Posted on · District's "PowerUp" initiative aims to bring area high schools into the digital age.
Posted on · Research that hopes to prevent future oil spills while improving oil exploration techniques.
Posted on · Plant It Forward gives refugees in Houston a chance to use their skills, make a living.