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Houstonians Consider Master Plan For Development

The city has been without a general development plan since 1928.

New Abortion Laws Switch Focus From Women to Doctors

Texas is one of 26 states that have passed the controversial “TRAP” laws

Fraudulent Food Stamp Crackdown

Four people are indicted for illegally cashing in on the food stamp program
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Travelers To Greater Houston Spent $16 Billion In 2013

Tourism and business travel boosted the restaurant, retail, and entertainment sectors.

How One Counselor In Texas Advises Hundreds Of Students

The statewide average is more than 400 students per counselor.

UH Moment: 'Postcards'

History is made of dates, facts and figures, but mostly of stories. A collection, curated by a University of Houston ...

Counties Resort To Aerial Spraying To Combat West Nile Virus

Montgomery leads all Texas counties in West Nile virus cases this year.

Video: Judge's New Astrodome Vision Is World's Largest Indoor Park

Harris County Judge Ed Emmett wants to turn the Astrodome into the world's largest indoor park.

Carshare Encourages Workers To Leave Their Personal Vehicles At Home

Houston's Energy Corridor wants to promote alternative commuting.

As the Governor's Legal Team Fights Charges, Perry Stops In Midland

Governor Rick Perry took to the road for an oil and gas company's groundbreaking ceremony in Midland.