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Houston Church Helps Homeless Single Mothers

Posted on · A newly-renovated facility in Houston's Third Ward is offering a second chance to homeless women hoping to turn their lives around. Gail Delaughter reports — it's part of an effort by a local church to help single mothers develop the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and as parents.

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Texas College Football Ponders Changes

Posted on · Football fans can expect big changes this upcoming season as a couple of football powerhouses announce they're moving to another athletic conference, a move that could affect Texas' biggest college football teams. As KUHF's Gail Delaughter reports, the move is about much more than action on the field.

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Easter Egg Safety

Posted on · Coloring Easter eggs is a fun activity for the kids this time of year, but parents are left wondering what to do with all those hard-boiled eggs. Gail Delaughter talked to a food science expert about how to keep your Easter egg hunt safe.

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UH at Armed Forces Bowl

Posted on · It's been a good year for fans of University of Houston football with national rankings and prime-time TV exposure. Now the Cougars are wrapping up their 10-3 season with an appearance in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Gail Delaughter reports.

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Professor Goes Under Cover for Rare Look at Hate Groups

Posted on · The shooting at the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. has left many Americans wondering what kind of person could commit such a crime. A University of Houston-Victoria professor knows first-hand, after getting a rare glimpse into life with a hate group. Gail Delaughter reports.

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New Athletic Director has High Hopes for UH Athletes

Posted on · The University of Houston has introduced its new athletic director. Mack Rhoades takes over for Dave Maggart, who retired last month after seven years with the university. Rhodes comes from the University of Akron, where he presided over the construction of a new 54-million dollar stadium. He's also credited with improving graduation rates for student athletes, and he says he hopes to do the same thing in Houston.