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  • Rock And A Hard Place

    Rock And A Hard Place
    While several Dallas Cowboys tied the knot this summer, Roy Williams attempt to join that married list didn't quite work out. Williams staged one of the most embarrassing marriage proposal's ever. The Cowboys receiver recently proposed to his...
  • More On The Red Light Camera Saga

    More On The Red Light Camera Saga
    “What we've found is that in Cleveland, TX, Denton, TX and Baytown, TX, red light cameras contributed to accidents and do not increase safety.  The same thing that's happened in Houston,” said Randall Kallinen who is fighting Houston’s...
  • Texas Equusearch Founder To Sue Casey Anthony

    Texas Equusearch Founder To Sue Casey Anthony
    Casey Antony may soon be a free woman, but her legal woes aren`t over just yet. Tim Miller, the man behind Texas Equusearch, will likely sue Casey Anthony claiming she knowingly wasted the time and money of his non-profit organization. Miller and his...
  • Bayou City Boom

    Bayou City Boom
    Not only do the waistlines in Houston keep growing, but so does the population. A study by Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research shows the greater Houston metropolitan area grew by a whopper sized 1.2-million people over the past decade. ...
  • Houston by Numbers: Galveston Vacations

    Houston by Numbers: Galveston Vacations
    Galveston is one of the vacation hotspots of Texas, offering 32 miles of beaches, and is considered one of the largest and well-preserved concentrations of Victorian architecture in the country. In 2011, Galveston expects to see 915,400 cruise ship...
  • Owls assured of four TV games in 2011

    Florida Atlantic is assured at least four TV games this fall, and possibly more, depending if the Owls are in contention late in the season. The Sun Belt released its TV schedule Monday as part of Media Days. FAU's Sept. 10 game at Michigan State will...
  • New concerts! Sade and John Legend in Norfolk, Jason Mraz in Portsmouth

    New concerts! Sade and John Legend in Norfolk, Jason Mraz in Portsmouth
    With the summer concert season in full swing, we're still learning about new local shows. Today's big news is that Sade and John Legend are set to visit Scope in Norfolk on Sept. 12. Sade, the singer whose soft-and-sultry style represents an artful brand...
  • The Ryan Express Is Slowing Down

    The Ryan Express Is Slowing Down
    Former Astros star Nolan Ryan is in a Houston hospital dealing with chest pains. He was admitted yesterday after experiencing discomfort while at home in Georgetown. Ryan has had heart trouble before and this new pain is believed to be from his existing...
  • Child Trafficking Report Card

    Child Trafficking Report Card
    It's a topic that's shocking and difficult to discuss, but it is reality here in Houston and throughout the entire state. I'm talking about child trafficking -- those who work tirelessly trying to prevent it say Houston is a major hub. Former...
  • HISD Addresses Magnet School Cuts

    HISD Addresses Magnet School Cuts
    HISD is in a touch spot. At stake, 200 million dollars from the state of Texas. It is money lost due to budget nightmares. Cuts are imminent, and last night, HISD hosted a meeting full of hundred of parents and students. "For one of my children, making...
  • Man arrested for 20,000 child porn images

    Man arrested for 20,000 child porn images
    A west Houston man was arrested Thursday after being charged with possession and sharing pornographic images of children. Investigators say he had more than 20,000 photos. This was a joint investigation between Houston police and the FBI. It all started...
  • Local Reaction To Japan's Tragedy

    Local Reaction To Japan's Tragedy
    The images coming into Houston from the devastated areas of Japan have been terrifying. There are 7500 Japanese in Texas, about 24-hundred in Houston. One of them is Yuki Rogers, who is also the President of the Asian Chamber of Commerce. "It is much...