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Crowdfunding Education: Band Director Joins Other Teachers With Online Fundraiser

Houston band director hopes to raise money for new band equipment.

Music From The Movies: The Libertador

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

VIDEO: Rick Lowe: Houston Artist Awarded 2014 MacArthur 'Genius Grant'

Rick Lowe won for his work to revitalize Houston neighborhood.
Tags: home, news, MacArthur, arts,

Texas Senate Looks For Money To Send Drilling-Damaged Counties

Texas legislature considers ways to fund road repair

VIDEO: Seth Alverson Unveils New Paintings

One of Houston's most talented artists talks candidly about his work.
Tags: arts, home, visual-art,

Art of the Circus - Jim Seigler

Enter the mind of 50's circus designer Jim Seigler

Lightning Ignites Oil Tank Fire In Baytown

A lightning strike is blamed for a fire and explosion Baytown.
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UH Moment: 'Religious Studies'

A new major at the University of Houston, offers students a global view of religion.

Fatigue Linked To Dozens Of Fatal Crashes Involving Oilfield Workers

Multiple deaths are becoming increasingly common as exhausted workers share their commutes.

Triple Tragedies Rise On Dangerous Roads

It was before dawn as the driver of a van load of six oilfield workers traveled Highway 72, a major ...
Tags: oil-traffic,