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What The Dow Jones’ Plunge Says About State of Economy

A 300-point stock market drop looks scary, but means little by itself.

Gus Wortham Golf Course Supporters Get Another Chance to Fundraise

Community activists have raised little money toward restoration of the historic site.

Legal Help for Undocumented Minors

A Continuing Legal Education Program begins to assist attorneys with undocumented minors

Public Poetry: James Houlihan

James Houlihan loves the music and mystery of poetry.
Tags: arts, literature, home,

More Creative Writers to Coach Teachers, Students

Writers in the Schools to expand project to more middle, high schools.

City Council Agrees To Help Metro Build East End Overpass

Overpass will take light rail trains and vehicles over freight rail tracks.

'Changing Worlds' At The Printing Museum

East meets West in a street mural unveiled in Montrose

Young Cancer Patients Enjoy Indoor Summer Camp

M.D. Anderson patients get a unique camping experience through Camp For All.

State Designation For Houston Astrodome Is Postponed

The Texas Historical Commission has postponed designating the Houston Astrodome as a State Antiquities Landmark.

Shooting Deaths Of Four Family Members Remain A Mystery

$70,000 reward offered for information that leads to a suspect.
Tags: home, news, crime,