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Music from the Movies: The Libertador

Los Angeles Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel has composed his first ever film score.

Harris County Has New Online Tool To Report Animal Abuse

District Attorney also starts program to educate kids about animal care.

BARC Coalition Expands Free Program To Tackle Stray Animal Problem

Houston’s animal control and partners offer free spaying/neutering in problem areas.

Trucking Firms Ignore Safety Standards In Rush For Oil Business

Since 2009, Texas roads have become the deadliest in the country.

Arte Público Author Of The Month: Rolando Hinojosa

Klail City Novel Now Available in Bilingual Edition

Local College Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage month continues through Thursday at Lee College.

99-Year-Old Dallas Volunteer Wins Texas Award

WWII veteran in Richardson wins the Texas Andrus Award.
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New Study: Leaking Gas Wells Contaminating Texas Water

Study links natural gas wells to contamination of water source in Texas

Metro's Bus Reimagining Plan Moves Closer To Final Approval

New routes are expected to go into effect next summer.

Classical Classroom, Episode 9: Amy Bishop's tone poem journey (Rerun)

Classical Classroom, Episode 9: Amy Bishop's tone poem journey through Bohemia, death, & 20's Paris