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How Houston Doctors Plan To Fix Cancer Info Challenge

Posted on · The fight against cancer is getting more personalized every day. Researchers are finding news ways to analyze specific genes in tumors and use more targeted therapies that can mean better outcomes for patients. But along with the new flood of information comes challenges for clinicians trying to make sense of it.

Education News

DA: We Will Arrest People Who Don’t Report Sexual Abuse Of A Child

Posted on · The Harris County District Attorney's office says it's serious about prosecuting people who know about suspected sexual abuse but don't report it to authorities. The strong words today come after the arrest of a high school principal in Sharpstown for not contacting authorities after learning about alleged abuse involving a teacher and students.

Affordable Care Act

Houston Healthcare Sign-Up Helps Clear-Up Confusion

Posted on · It goes without saying that it's been a rough start for the health insurance marketplace, a key part of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. A balky website and confused consumers have created gridlock in many cases for people trying to sign-up for the marketplace. Here in Harris County, leaders for hoping big enrollment drives like one over the weekend at the George R. Brown Convention Center will help get Obamacare rolling after a shaky start.

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Why Prop Six Could Mean More Water Investments

Posted on · Now that Texas voters have approved Proposition 6, which allows the state to borrow from its rainy day fund to finance water infrastructure projects, they may have also given a boost to water infrastructure investors. Experts say betting on water projects could be a wise move.

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Phillips, Adams To Be Remembered Differently In Houston

Posted on · Houston has lost two of the city's professional football icons over the past few days. On Friday, former Oiler coach Bum Phillips died and then today, former Oilers owner Bud Adams passed Away. One man who covered both of them says they'll be remembered for different things.

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Two Legendary Football Icons Die Days Apart

Posted on · Houston fans have lost two of the city's football pioneers in just a matter of days. Former Oiler's Coach Bum Phillips Friday died at the age of 90. Today, former Oilers owner Bud Adams died at his home here in Houston, also at 90 years old.