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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.
U.S. gasoline prices have fallen roughly thirty cents a gallon since February. But few consumers are pumping their savings back into the economy.
Today, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner took off in Houston to fly to Chicago. It was the first time United Airlines operated a Dreamliner since a battery-failure grounded it in January. If people are worried about flying the Dreamliner, it doesn't show in the number of passengers.
Over the last seven years, more than 800 school districts in Texas have turned to an online system for help with lesson plans. The program is called CSCOPE and was developed by the state. But its lesson plans have been controversial and subject to debate in the Texas Legislature. Now those lessons are over.
Tomorrow is a big day for Houston's Super Bowl prospects as NFL owners meet in Boston to vote on host cities for the 2016 and 2017 games. Houston's bid for Super Bowl 51 looks quite a bit different than it did when Houston hosted the big game in 2004.
Sens. Tom Coburn and James Inhofe have become the faces of pushback on federal emergency spending. Now the deadly and devastating tornado in their home state has put them in an awkward position.
A rare piece of America's military history was located this spring, when dolphins from the Navy's Marine Mammal Program located an unusual artifact: a torpedo from the 19th century. Discovered during a training exercise in the ocean near San Diego, the torpedo will eventually make its way to a museum.
The government has argued that the classified images could spark violence against Americans abroad.
China is on a spree to build world-class museums and has opened about 100 of them annually in recent years. Two of the biggest opened on the same day last fall on opposite banks of Shanghai's Huangpu River. But filling these museums — with both art and visitors — is proving more challenging.
Newspaper columnist Regina Brett and her daughter Gabrielle share a genetic risk factor for breast cancer. It's the same one that led Angelina Jolie to have a preventive mastectomy. Before Jolie's very public decision, the Bretts struggled with their own.
After eight years of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles voters will pick a, shall we say, more charismatically-challenged successor.
Trenda Purcell searched for her 8-year-old son Kamden after Monday's tornado in Moore, Okla. When she found him, their reunion was emotional. The Oklahoman was there to capture the moment.
Some shareholders said splitting the roles would lead to better governance. The proposal received only 32 percent of the vote.