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  • HCHDs School-Based Clinics Offering Free Immunizations in August

    HOUSTON (July 27, 2010) – School is around the corner. Does your child have his/her needed vaccinations? If not, the Harris County Hospital District's School-Based Clinics are offering free immunizations for four Tuesdays in August, starting Aug. 10....
  • Remington College Campuses in Houston Offer Complimentary Haircuts for Kids

    Houston, Texas - (August 9, 2010) - All three Remington College campuses in Houston will offer complimentary back-to-school haircuts for children this summer. The popular Cuts for Kids event will begin on Monday, August 9 and run for two weeks. Parents...
  • Texas Behind Nation in College Grads

    Texas Behind Nation in College Grads
    President Barack Obama spent much of Monday in Austin, speaking at the University of Texas about the importance of education. "It's an economic issue when the unemployment rate for folks who have never gone to college is almost double what it is for...
  • OFFICIAL RULES FOR "Shopping Spree" Sweepstakes

    1. HOW TO ENTER: No purchase necessary to enter or claim a prize. Sweepstakes runs from Monday, August 9, 2010 at 12:01 am (CT) through Thursday 12, 2010 at 11:55 pm (CT) (the "Sweepstakes Period"). Sponsors' clock will be the official timepiece of the...
  • Houston Man On Top Ten Most Wanted List

    Houston Man On Top Ten Most Wanted List
    A Houston man has been added to the Texas Top 10 Most Wanted list at the request of the Houston Police Department. Joel Burt Thompkins, 48, is wanted for capital murder and failure to register as a sex offender. The murder warrant is out of Harris...
  • New Orleans judge to handle most Gulf spill suits

    New Orleans judge to handle most Gulf spill suits
    A federal judge in New Orleans was picked Tuesday to preside over more than 300 lawsuits filed against BP PLC and other companies over the Gulf oil spill, in a move that should please many of the plaintiffs' lawyers and their clients. The U.S. Judicial...
  • H1N1 Still a Concern in Houston

    H1N1 Still a Concern in Houston
    The World Health Organization announced Tuesday that the H1N1 flu pandemic is over, but , but that doesn't mean Houston is immune. With the school year fast approaching, local school officials are encourgaing Swine Flu vaccinations to prevent continued...
  • Bad Pants for a Good Cause

    Bad Pants for a Good Cause
    39's Mia Gradney and Jorge Vargas donned their worst pair of trousers for the Texas Children's Hospital 13th Annual Bad Pants Fashion Show. They joined several local celebrities throughout Houston to raise money and awareness for an upcoming charity golf...
  • In La., signs of regrowth seen in oiled marshes

    In La., signs of regrowth seen in oiled marshes
    Shoots of marsh grass and bushes of mangrove trees already are starting to grow back in the bay where just months ago photographers shot startling images of dying pelicans coated in oil from the massive Gulf oil spill. More than a dozen scientists...
  • Remington College - North Houston Campus

    On Friday, September 10, 2010 from 10am - 1pm Remington College - North Houston Campus will be hosting a job fair. This event will be located at 11310 Greens Crossing Suite 300, Houston, Texas 77067. More information here
  • What is the HCG Diet?

    What is the HCG Diet?
    It's a familiar story. She tried over and over to lose weight. Sometimes she succeeded, but it always came back. And it seemed so unfair because she didn't want to get as skinny as a supermodel, just a healthy weight, 145 or 150 pounds. Then Patti...
  • DWI Patrols Up for Holiday Weekend

    If you drink and drive this holiday weekend, you will go to jail. That is the message local agencies and law enforcement are pushing ahead of Labor Day Weekend. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, Harris County leads the nation in drunk...