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John MacFarlane — chairman of the Association for Community Broadcasting — died this morning after a year-long battle with cancer.
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.
Several months ago we first reported that one of the nation's largest churches in the Presbyterian USA denomination is considering breaking away from that affiliation. The discernment process at First Presbyterian Church Houston is underway and is already stirring up debate.
As towns in Oklahoma and North Texas begin the recovery process after several massive tornadoes, you might be wondering why Houston typically avoids those kinds of storms. It's actually pretty simple.
While annual vehicle fatalities are declining in Texas, thousands of people still die on the road. Each dot on this interactive map represents a fatal accident. Search a particular address, or use the arrow button to position the map to your location.
With the Memorial Day weekend coming up, AAA Texas says gasoline prices are up a couple pennies per gallon in the state.
There are big festivities this weekend as a Galveston landmark reopens to the public.
This week, students in Houston got a special visit from an international broadcast team. Students helped produce the show World Have Your Say from the BBC, right from their school library.
What was billed as an informational meeting turned into a counseling session and a chance to recognize principals, teachers and support staff who stepped up in the crisis.
Activists say the case against Wisconsin dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger is about raw milk — and much more. His supporters have turned the case into a rallying cry for personal food freedom and the rights of farmers and consumers to enter into private contracts without government intervention.
For the first time, the Justice Department admits that it targeted American-born al-Qaida leader Anwar al-Awlaki and that three other U.S. citizens have died in drone strikes.
Despite the scandals consuming Washington, the president's job approval ratings remain steady. Why? Reaction is breaking along partisan lines, with Democrats inclined to give Obama the benefit of the doubt.
Amid warnings the proposal would shatter support for the measure, Democrats backed away from a provision that would allow gay U.S. citizens to sponsor foreign-born spouses for green cards. Advocates for gay and lesbian immigration rights accused Democrats of caving in to threats.
A British driver who struck a cyclist with her car — and who then bragged about the incident on Twitter — has issued an apology. The incident caused an uproar after the collision Sunday.
A plant scientist at Mars Inc. has appealed to the world's biggest life sciences companies to help him — by sharing what they already know about 100 crops that could provide better nutrition in Africa. But can the kings of agricultural intellectual property get onboard with open source agricultural information for Africa?
Despite much international criticism, Israel has continued building its West Bank barrier. It's now nearing completion, while the Israelis and Palestinians continue to argue over whether it will help or hurt prospects for a Middle East peace agreement.