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  • College grad contest could bring Houston $1 Million

    College grad contest could bring Houston $1 Million
    Houston Mayor Annise Parker is on a mission. She wants to get Houstonians not just to go to college but to graduate. "We get the best and brightest from all over the world to come to Houston to work and make a living," Parker said Monday. "But if we...
  • Houston Motorist Seeing Red

    Houston Motorist Seeing Red
    City Hall was packed with angry Houston motorists with storng opinions over the red light camera issue. Some took a calm, collective approach while others were more passionate about sharing their frustration. Mayor Annise Parker has stressed that she...
  • Intense Heat-Wave Claims Lives Of Mother And Daughter

    Intense Heat-Wave Claims Lives Of Mother And Daughter
    Unbearable heat conditions have claimed the lives of a Houston mother and daughter in their 50's and 80's. Their bodies were discovered over the weekend inside their home. The intense heat-wave has sparked Mayor Annise Parker and other organizations...
  • The Newsfixer: H2 Uh O

    The Newsfixer: H2 Uh O
    A brutal Texas summer and extreme drought conditions are putting a strain on the city’s water system. That`s why Houston’s Mayor Annise Parker asked residents to cut back on water. Apparently some of the Mayors own employees didn’t...
  • Red Light Cameras: Can We Make Up Our Minds Already?!?

    Red Light Cameras: Can We Make Up Our Minds Already?!?
    First they got rid of them, then a few months later they turned them back on. Now Mayor Annise Parker wants red light cameras gone for good. A special meeting had city council members getting an earful from voters who had essentially one thing to say,...
  • City Of Houston Water Audit

    City Of Houston Water Audit
    This summer has been the worst drought in Texas history and it’s been going on for months. Back in June, the city enacted the water rationing plan. Since then the Mayor Annise Parker announced the city’s water plan was moving to stage two,...
  • Low voter turnout for Election Day

    Low voter turnout for Election Day
    It's voting time! Did you notice anything at polling place? No? No one going in or out? Voter turnout was slim, but we expected that. In the 2009 election only 16% of registered Houston voters took part. That's not even 150,000 Houston voters! This...
  • Bun B Day In Houston

    Bun B Day In Houston
    Not an everyday scene you`d expect to see at city hall; Mayor Annise Parker, smiling ear to ear next to one of the most successful rappers in the business. The Mayor, surrounded by fans, on hand to celebrate the city`s official Bun B Day, but it might...
  • Painting The Town

    Painting The Town
    Mayor Annise Parker has talked about it, saying "The graffiti is a crime". We here at NewsFix have even given you a break down on graffiti in Houston by Numbers. There is even a Facebook page showcasing the questionable art form here in Houston. Is it...
  • Muslim Community Holds Blood Drive to Honor 9/11 Victims

    Muslim Community Holds Blood Drive to Honor 9/11 Victims
    Fareed Aahlon, along with other Muslims, gathered outside his mosque in north Houston to send a message on this 10 year anniversary of 9/11 by donating blood. In a nationwide effort by the Muslims community, blood drives have been setup in honor of the...
  • 3 Years & $100-Million Later, Some Houstonians Are Still Living In A Disaster Zone

    3 Years & $100-Million Later, Some Houstonians Are Still Living In A Disaster Zone
    State records show nearly a third of the $109-million given to the city by the federal government was handed out to apartment landlords; despite the fact that FEMA damage reports clearly list low-income, elderly and disabled people living in single-family...
  • Houston... We Might Have Our Own Watergate On Our Hands

    Houston... We Might Have Our Own Watergate On Our Hands
    Mayoral candidate Dr. Kevin Simms is accusing an associate of Houston Mayor Annise Parker of breaking into his headquarters on Richmond and Chimney Rock in search of important documents Simms claims can topple the Parker reign. Simms claims that he has...