Nation's Biggest Refinery In Port Arthur Starts Revving UpThe nation's largest oil refinery is starting to reboot after shutting down ahead of Harvey's onslaught.
Houston Floodwaters Start To Drop, But Death Toll RisesHarvey's floodwaters began to drop across much of Houston, and the sun peeking through clouds Wednesday was the biggest glimmer of hope in days for the besieged city. But as the crisis eases, the storm could begin to give up its dead.
Ashes From Ebola Victim's Apartment In LimboNo one quite knows what to do with the incinerated contents of Thomas Eric Duncan's apartment, which are sitting in a storage facility in Port Arthur.
Ebola Victim's Belongings Sent To Texas Incinerator A Texas incinerator has destroyed drums loaded with items believed to have been contaminated by a man with Ebola.
Texas Chemical Plant Agrees To $28M In Upgrades Federal regulators say a chemical plant in Southeast Texas will spend $28 million to implement a series of steps to reduce the amount of harmful pollutants emitted into the air.
Pieces Of Stolen Statue Found At Texas Recycling Center Cut-up pieces of a $120,000 bronze statue stolen from outside a Southeast Texas public library have been recovered at a metal recycling center.

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