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Young Cancer Patients Enjoy Indoor Summer Camp

M.D. Anderson patients get a unique camping experience through Camp For All.

"Changing Worlds" At The Printing Museum

East meets West in a street mural unveiled in Montrose

State Designation For Houston Astrodome Is Postponed

The Texas Historical Commission has postponed designating the Houston Astrodome as a State Antiquities Landmark.

Shooting Deaths Of Four Family Members Remain A Mystery

$70,000 reward offered for information that leads to a suspect.
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Polls Show Americans Divided And Confused On Migrant Children Surge

Rice University's Tony Payan Looks at the Politics Behind the Poll Results

Councilmembers Again Delay Vote On Taxi And Uber Regulations

City of Houston wrestles with how to regulate competing vehicles for hire.

Chancellor: Technical Jobs Next Big Challenge For Lone Star College

Regional economy includes more than one million "middle skill" jobs.

Do you have a teenager starting high school in Texas?

Education Reporter Laura Isensee wants to talk to high school freshmen and their parents for the first installment a series ...

Jury Returns Death Sentence In Christmas Eve Cop Killing Case

Harlem Lewis sent to death row after 12 hours of jury deliberations.

City Council To Vote On New Rules For Rideshare Companies

Changes to city ordinances would allow the companies to operate legally.