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In-Depth: Houston ‘Safety Net’ Clinic Relieved After Congress Funds CHIP

Posted on · The Children's Health Insurance Program has now been funded, for 6 more years. But local clinics still face hurdles, to help those who fall through the cracks of America’s health care system.

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Many Houstonians May Be Unaware They Live In Evacuation Zones

Posted on · The information’s not required in real estate documents, and the last time the evacuation zone map was activated was during Hurricane Ike: nearly 10 years ago. Officials also say around a million people have moved to Houston from other locations, and may not know how to evacuate. Is Houston ready for the next big storm?

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Texas Is Seen As Crucial For The Dream Act To Pass In Congress In December

Posted on · Activists are advocating for a ‘clean’ bill that is not subject to border security or immigration enforcement provisions, which has become a crucial element in the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans for the budget bill

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Are Profits Killing Youth Sports?

Posted on · "I think youth sports have gotten away from what’s in the best interest of kids development. You get into, you know hey if I open up an indoor sports center, how much money can I make? So the more leagues I run, the more tournaments I run, the more programs I run, I’m going to make more money," says former tennis professional and current coach Meredith Walton

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Houston Houses Of Worship Struggle To Stay Welcoming, With An Eye On Security

Posted on · Since the Sutherland Springs tragedy, people have been questioning if more could be done to protect churches. But, some places of worship already have security measures in place, which evolved from a history of being targeted.