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City Council To Vote On New Rules For Rideshare Companies

Changes to city ordinances would allow the companies to operate legally.


For one UH student, sustainability is more than recycling; it’s rocks and minerals…and playground equipment. It’s a mindset that earned ...

State Designation Could Protect Houston Astrodome

Texas Historical Commission considers designating Houston Astrodome as a State Antiquities Landmark

Houston School District Expands Free Lunch Program

More than half of HISD schools will offer all students free lunch.
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Do Texas Voters Have Right To Ban Same-Sex Marriage?

Texas AG Greg Abbott wants to convince court to enforce statewide ban.

Skyline Sessions: SRO Productions' 'Defy Gravity'

Watch singers perform selections from the Stephen Schwartz songbook.

Don't Frack on Me: Challenges to the Right to Drill

In Texas there's a push by some to ban fracking.

Houston City Council Will Hear More Comment On Ridesharing Services

Council must decide if Uber and Lyft can operate legally.

Freedmen's Town's Brick Preservationists Take Fight To City Hall

Ongoing fight over historic brick streets could end in litigation.

Houston Muslims Celebrate End Of Ramadan

The holy month fell in July this year, making fasting especially tough.