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Labor Shortages Spreading To Some Cities Hit Hardest By Recession

Plenty of jobs, not enough workers. It’s no longer a Houston-only problem.

For Labor Day, A Look At LGBT Worker Protections In Texas

With no federal or state protections, do LGBT-friendly employer policies mean anything?

Judge Strikes Down Part of Texas Abortion Law

The decision will allow about a dozen abortion clinics to continue operating for now.

Houston Area Lawmakers React To School Finance Ruling

Texas judge rules state’s method of financing public schools is unconstitutional.
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Opera Cheat Sheet: Tosca

Our overview of Puccini’s dramatic masterpiece, this Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.

Skyline Sessions: Patrick Moore And Rodney Waters

Two accomplished local musicians perform pieces for cello and piano.

Lost Time And Fuel Estimated $81 Million On 6-10 West Loop

The most congested roadway in Texas is the 6-10 West Loop.

SMU Football Players Will Hit The Field With Kevlar-Lined Helmets

SMU's football players are wearhelmets outfitted with ballistics-grade Kevlar
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Federal judge halts key part of Texas abortion law

A federal judge has thrown out new abortion restrictions that would have banned the procedure at most Texas facilities where ...

This Weekend Is Also A No Refusal Labor Day Weekend

Law enforcement officials want to ensure roadways are free of intoxicated motorists