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The group says the fatal Harding Street raid might have been prevented if cops had spoken out about misconduct within their ranks. [Read More]
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As Baton Rouge area leaders work to construct another bridge in the city, a decision by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is... [Read More]
Plan ahead to avoid the headache! [Read More]
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Best Sushi: MF Sushi Tuesday nights are hopping at MF Sushi in the Museum District. But then again, so are Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.... [Read More]
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Best Barbecue: Blood Bros. BBQ In a town where the national and (let's be honest) local food media rarely deviate from praising a handful of... [Read More]
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Best Record Store: Cactus Music Record stores have found ways to remain alive and even thrive in entertainment's digital era. Cactus Music's diverse offerings form... [Read More]
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Best Breakfast: Atlas Diner Located in the super cool Bravery Chef Hall in Downtown's Aris Market Square, this 1940s-style, globally inspired diner concept was originally... [Read More]
Think you are the biggest Bill Balleza fan? Take this quiz to find out. [Read More]
Following an esteemed 49-year career, KPRC 2 anchor Bill Balleza has announced that he will retire from the station in January 2020. [Read More]
"The bottom line is we know these existing conditions that you see today are bad for continuing to operate at the current location," said Ron... [Read More]
A firm found that support for Measure I, the 30-year tax extension, is below the necessary two-thirds threshold. SMART board members were skeptical. [Read More]
From roadside furniture to dead animals to human waste, unlawful debris has become more frequent sight in rural parts of the county. [Read More]
A group of men who say they are victims is suing the church, and the New Orleans Saints have been sucked into that suit, which... [Read More]
Dozens of Portuguese man o' war and jellyfish are washing up on shore and it's left some people surprised. [Read More]
This 3-pound Frito Burrito is gonna leave you in a food coma. [Read More]
On Monday's Houston Matters: Understanding coronavirus and its risks, a history of the impeachment process, the economics of food halls, and the latest on Houston... [Read More]
On Friday's Houston Matters: County judges discuss the area's transportation and infrastructure needs. We discuss improving school safety. We break down The Good, The Bad,... [Read More]
Chef Marcus Samuelsson of the series No Passport Required tells us about his visit here. [Read More]
The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week's news and decides if they're good, bad, or ugly. [Read More]
Two employees with San Antonio's Center City Development & Operations Department have been fired after an investigation found they exchanged disability parking placards that should... [Read More]
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