Archive For The “Houston Texas News” Category

Austin's original entertainment district has one wild history

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Austin's original entertainment district has one wild history From 1870 to 1913, an inner-Austin, eight-block area bordered by Congress Avenue, the Colorado River, Guadalupe Street, and Fourth Street was brimming with brothels, saloons, and beer halls. Austinites frequenting the area were arrested for such petty crimes as “rudely displaying a pistol” and “appearing in clothes…

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Police search for 3 who used stolen church van in smash-and-grab

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Police search for 3 who used stolen church van in smash-and-grab

Police search for 3 who used stolen church van in smash-and-grab Houston Police investigated a scene where suspects used a stolen church van to break into a store at 7242 Ley Road Friday, May 26, 2017, in Houston. The van was stolen from the White Rock Missionary Baptist Church, located three blocks away. Start the…

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A Great Looking Burger With a NSFW Name Lands in The Heights Next Week

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A Great Looking Burger With a NSFW Name Lands in The Heights Next Week [unable to retrieve full-text content] American cheese perfectly melted. Patties succulent and greasy. Side of sweet potato fries looking mighty fine. Published at Thu, 25 May 2017 18:51:17 +0000

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Houston-area gas stations cited for bad gasoline, pump violations

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Houston-area gas stations cited for bad gasoline, pump violations

Houston-area gas stations cited for bad gasoline, pump violations The Texas Department of Agriculture issued violations to these Houston-area gas stations between March 23 to May 22, 2017 for pumps that overcharged customers , didn’t give us much gas as they said or weren’t maintained properly . Continue clicking to see the gas stations in…

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Houston, United States: Us Highway 59 is still impassable 10 June…

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Houston, United States: Us Highway 59 is still impassable 10 June…

Houston, United States: Us Highway 59 is still impassable 10 June… A new study published on Nature predicts that Texas could gain 1.5 million migrants fleeing from the effects of climate change. A new study published on Nature predicts that Texas could gain 1.5 million migrants fleeing from the effects of climate change. Start the…

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State budget deal: By the numbers

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State budget deal: By the numbers

State budget deal: By the numbers Senate and House budget negotiators early Sunday reached agreement on a new budget to keep state government open for the next two years. While the final number has not been made public, legislative leaders hinted Sunday it will be between $218 to $220 billion, with a ‘b.’ Start the…

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San Jose St. promotes interim AD Marie Tuite

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San Jose St. promotes interim AD Marie Tuite

San Jose St. promotes interim AD Marie Tuite President Mary A. Papazian announced the move Friday to keep Tuite in the job after determining she was the best choice following a national search. Tuite has spent the past seven years at San Jose State. Start the conversation, or Read more at Houston Chronicle. Add your…

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Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: BrewFest and Cochon555

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Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: BrewFest and Cochon555

Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: BrewFest and Cochon555 Houston Greek Fest at St. Basil The Great Greek Orthodox Church Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. 1100 Eldridge Celebrate Hellenic culture at this rain-or-shine festival , which expects to draw 15,000 attendees. Start the conversation, or Read more…

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Canada tests lower age for pot legalization

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Canada tests lower age for pot legalization

Canada tests lower age for pot legalization The Canadian government, which introduced nationwide pot legalization legislation last mont… . FILE- In this March 9, 2017, file photo, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in roundtable discussion on the future of energy with industry leaders at CERAweek in Houston, Texas. Start the conversation, or Read…

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Houston police arrested early Wednesday people suspected of firing at …

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Houston police arrested early Wednesday people suspected of firing at …

Houston police arrested early Wednesday people suspected of firing at … Several people are behind bars after they fired shots at police offers while trying to flee in northwest Houston early Wednesday morning. Around 1:30 a.m., an officer spotted a car that matched the description of a vehicle used in a recent string of robberies,…

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