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With the start of the pool season, the number of child drownings is already going up. To educate families about the danger of drowning, the Houston YMCA has launched its annual water safety campaign.
Now that we know Houston will host the Super Bowl in 2017, there's another big mystery right next door, the fate of the empty astrodome. There's a much clearer process to determine that now than there was a year ago.
Metro is now expanding its service that provides emergency cab rides for customers who can't get home on their usual bus route.
It's going to be an above normal to extremely active hurricane season. That's the news from NOAA — the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Agency scientists predict as many as 20 named storms this year.
More than 100 leukemia experts from around the world have signed an opinion piece objecting to the high prices of cancer drugs. The letter appeared in a prominent medical journal and was drafted by Dr. Hagop Kantarjian, the head of the leukemia department at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The Office of Attorney General Greg Abbot announced Texas has joined 32 other states to settle a case against Penguin Group over price fixing in the electronic book market.
The value of building contracts for Greater Houston over the twelve months ending in April were up slightly compared to the previous twelve months.
Now that Houston has secured the 2017 Super Bowl, the host committee will focus on making the event a memorable one. Organizers have no doubt it will be.
There is some political willingness, but because China is highly decentralized politically the Communist Party has only limited influence over provincial governments and how they regulate their dirty factories. The powerful state-owned oil companies have also resisted pressure to produce cleaner-burning fuel.
A Stanford MBA who used to work for Google returned to Myanmar to be an Internet entrepreneur. But it's tough to start an Internet company in a country where the power goes out every day.
Two mothers whose sons were killed during the first Gulf War talk about how they became friends after their sons' death. The last 22 years would have been tough without the friendship, because, as one tells the other, "what's in our hearts we share."
TAn unknown number of people and vehicles are in the Skagit River, and rescue crews are looking for them. The bridge collapsed at 7 p.m., but the reason is unclear.
The jury that convicted her of first-degree murder earlier this month in the brutal killing of her ex-boyfriend were unable to decide whether to give the death penalty.
A new study unravels the mystery of a peculiar transformation: sometime in the 1990s, the insects developed a sudden aversion to sweet-tasting poisons.
The partisan war over judicial nominees has accelerated in recent years. It took nearly a year to win Senate confirmation for Sri Srinivasan to the important federal appeals court for the District of Columbia, though he had no formal opposition.
The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America has voted to allow gay Scout members, but to continue a ban on openly gay adult Scout leaders. The policy change would take effect Jan. 1, 2014.