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July 8, 2022
Slow-Moving Texas General Land Office Rips Off Slow Houston

The City of Houston says the Texas General Land Office has stripped the city of $52 million in post-Harvey funds. The GLO says Houston missed almost all of the benchmarks for the Hurricane Harvey recovery program it was supposed to administer. GLO says the funds stripped from the city will be returned to state control, […]

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August 28, 2013
College Campuses to Allow Texans to Experience Harsh Realities of DWI

Simulated jail cell tours college campuses to allow Texans to experience harsh realities of DWI AUSTIN — Drinking and driving is a year-round problem that gets worse in the summer. As part of a national effort to save lives and crack down on impaired driving, the Texas Department of Transportation announces its “Drink. Drive. Go […]

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November 14, 2012
A Closer Look at Social Services in Austin, Texas

Webster`s Dictionary defines a social service as: an activity designated to promote social well-being; specifically: organized philanthropic assistance (as of the disable or disadvantaged) ". A more concise meaning can be found in the Encyclopedia: Any of various professional activates or methods concerned with providing social services (such as investigatory and treatment services or material […]

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August 22, 2012
Texas Conference for Women Free Teleclass

Calling all entrepreneurs! Join us for a free teleclass August 28 at 12 pm CST with our speaker, entrepreneur Monica Mehta. We know you don’t have time to dawdle on decision-making. You’ve got a lot of rapid-fire assumptions to make, and you want to find out how right – or wrong- you were as soon […]

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August 15, 2012
Red Tide Hits Galveston Beach: Hundreds of Thousands of Dead Fish Wash Ashore

"Hundreds of thousands of dead fish are covering beaches from Galveston all the way to Freeport. It`s a mess, to say the least. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials say the fish -- identified as shad -- are dying due to a lack of oxygen levels in the water. This type of fish is particularly […]

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July 25, 2012
Houston Ground Zero Zombie Apocolypse: Man Bites Child

"A Houston-area man has been accused of grabbing an 11-year-old boy and biting him on the face. Records show 70-year-old Abdus Sattar of Spring has been charged with injury to a child in the July 14 incident. Authorities say the boy told investigators he was riding his go-kart when a man flagged him down. A […]

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