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John MacFarlane — chairman of the Association for Community Broadcasting — died this morning after a year-long battle with cancer.
The Super Bowl is coming back to town. During their meeting in Boston today, the NFL team owners named Houston the host city for Super Bowl LI in 2017. It was reason to celebrate for the people who worked on securing the big game.
A Harris County Grand Jury has indicted Katy's fire chief on drug-related charges
The Texas House is voting today on a measure that would require some welfare recipients to take drug tests. The Texas Senate has already approved the bill. And it's expected to get the governor's signature. One former state lawmaker says this is the wrong approach.
NFL owners in Boston have voted Houston as the host city for Super Bowl LI in 2017.
Houston home sales continued climbing in April, sending home prices to all-time highs.
Some 11,000 linemen helped Houston recover from the effects of Hurricane Ike. And Centerpoint Energy is helping Oklahoma recover from the effects of that devastating tornado.
The American Red Cross has been helping in the Moore, Oklahoma area, following that tornado.
Earlier this week, StateImpact's Dave Fehling reported how it's important for communities and schools to know their neighbors when deadly chemicals are next door at industrial plants. It’s also important for schools to prepare for an emergency.
After the announcement that David Beckham is retiring, there's been much discussion about how good of an athlete he's really been. Sports commentator Frank Deford says Beckham's talents have been overlooked.
Lois Lerner, who heads the IRS division dealing with nonprofits seeking tax-exempt status, will not testify on Wednesday despite a congressional subpoena, her attorney says. She is accused of closely scrutinizing conservative groups that sought tax-exempt status.
The waiver means the details of Fazliddin Kurbanov's alleged crimes remain mostly a mystery.
A high water table and red clay that soaks up the moisture make dry basements an expensive and iffy proposition right in the heart of Tornado Alley.
The Guardian Council, which vets all candidates, approved eight names, but left out an influential former president and a top aide to the current president. Their exclusion gives establishment-friendly candidates a clear path to the presidency in the June 14 election.
Nick Stremble, a registered nurse and manager at the hospital, described what he saw Monday. As winds ripped through the facility, people started "to tumble and roll and be pushed down the hall," he said.
Once NOAA realized conditions were ripe for severe weather they put their satellites on overdrive. They beamed back amazing images.
The nation's largest group of nutritionists is urging the FDA to reject the dairy industry's petition to change the definition of milk. The petition aims to allow aspartame or other alternatives to be used to sweeten milk in an effort to boost consumption in schools.