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Where are Houston's most congested streets?

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Industrial Real Estate Sales And Leases Surge In First Quarter

January-March 2014 deals accounted for 2.1 million square feet of space.

Why Feral Hogs Will Be Captured For Area Food Banks

Harris County to process captured feral hogs and donate meat to charity.

Backers Of High-Speed Rail Work To Line Up Financing

Houston-to-Dallas rail line expected to cost billions of dollars.

Computer Repair Successful During Spacewalk On International Space Station

Two clambered outside the space station to reach a failed back-up computer.

Ayckbourn’s “Communicating Doors” On Stage At The Alley

Cast members talk about the British playwright’s 1994 “sci-fi” comedy.
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Statewide, Residential Construction Slips, While Employment, Rig Counts Gain

The Texas economy experienced a slight dip in February.

City Of Houston Plans To Rehab And Resell Blighted Properties

The spruced up properties can be sold to recover unpaid back taxes.

Former Obama Administration Official Speaks Out On Keystone XL Delays

A White House decision on Keystone appears unlikely before the November elections.

Music In The Making: April 20, 2014

A rhapsody by Rachmaninoff and works for strings by Hindemith and Ginastera.