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Houston-Area Officials Seeking $1 Billion For Flood ControlOfficials in the Texas county hardest hit by Hurricane Harvey want to ask voters to approve up to $2 billion in bonds to fund critical flood-control projects.
HCHSA Creates Foundation To Raise Money For Hurricane Harvey ReliefFor those who would like to help with the Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts, the Harris County - Houston Sports Authority has set up a foundation.
Changes to Evacuation Areas in Fort Bend CountyChanges to evacuation areas in Fort Bend County as the Barker reservoir continues to drain.
FBI: No Terror Threat "To The Houston Area At This Time"
Gun Rights Groups To Use University Of Texas Campus As Backdrop For Mock Mass ShootingGun-rights groups that wanted to stage a mock mass shooting at the University of Texas agreed to move their event off-campus after getting a warning from the school that they could be arrested.
Utah To Assign State Police Detective To Watch Over Syrian RefugeesUtah will assign a state police detective to watch over refugees coming from Syria and elsewhere, the head of the state police force said Monday.
Houston To Welcome Syrian Refugees After Texas Eases Up Legal FightSyrian refugees are scheduled to arrive in Texas on Monday after the state eased up in its legal fight against resettlement agencies and the federal government.
Woman Develops 'Booby Trap Bras' To Hold Small Knife, Pepper SprayA Texas woman has developed “booby trap bras” after she was nearly mugged by a man while running.
Baby, Young Children Tossed From Balconies In Apartment FireA baby and other young children were thrown from second-story balconies during an apartment fire in Harris County early Wednesday morning.
Police: Woman Who Repeatedly Bit Officer Claims To Be HIV PositiveSan Antonio police say a woman who repeatedly bit an officer claims to be HIV positive.
9-Year-Old Girl Stabbed In Face Multiple Times With Scissors By Friend At SchoolA mother claims her 9-year-old daughter was stabbed multiple times in the face with scissors by an 8-year-old girl during an after-school program.
Study: Burnt Toast Linked To Increased Cancer RiskCooking and consuming foods that are extra crispy or burnt may be linked to an increased risk of cancer, according to new research.

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