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The Memorial Day weekend is upon us and as during many national holidays, drunk driving is expected to go up in the next few days. To prevent tragedies like the death of a Harris County Sheriff's deputy last weekend, law enforcement agencies are admonishing the public to be responsible.
Texas lawmakers are close to working out differences on a major education bill. It's known as Senate Bill 2. It would lift the cap of charter school contracts in Texas. But some consider another part of the bill even more important.
AAA Texas says the state's highways will be busier this Memorial Day weekend compared to last year.
Houston-based True the Vote has announced it is suing the Internal Revenue Service. The Tea Party affiliated group charges IRS unfairly targeted it for audits after it filed for tax-exempt status.
Investors poured nearly $9 billion into the Houston real estate market in 2012, a third more than they did in 2011. Tom Fish is managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle. He joins Andrew Schneider on this week’s installment of the Bauer Business Focus to discuss why the market is taking off.
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.
Rob Ford responded to a video that surfaced last week that The Toronto Star says appears to show him smoking the drug.
If President Obama's newly recalibrated counterterrorism strategy demonstrates anything, it is his penchant for nuance.
In the aftermath of the destruction in Moore, Okla., residents throughout Tornado Alley want storm shelters installed in schools. Some schools in the region already have them, but funding to build new ones is hard to come by.
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones says he's sorry for his comments at a university symposium that motherhood causes women to lose the focus needed to be good traders.
Many black women in the U.S. have or know someone who has done domestic work. With an expanding black middle class, some find themselves conflicted: To hire help or not?
They were just little girls when they were killed in what came to be known as the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing. And now Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, and Cynthia Wesley have been awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, nearly 50 years after the attack in Birmingham, Ala.
Los Angeles is home to a large slice of the world's bluejeans trade. But as the U.S. apparel industry continues to shrink, the city's high-end bluejeans business faces a threat. The European Union has imposed a nearly 40 percent tariff, which could cripple the city's jean business.
Some economists argue it's time to rethink restrictions on incentives for blood donors. In the last few years there have been some real-world experiments with incentives that suggest they can help increase donations without causing trouble.