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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Houston Chronicle
The Houston Chronicle is the largest daily newspaper in Texas, USA, headquartered in the Houston Chronicle Building in Downtown Houston. As of March 2008, it is the ninth-largest newspaper by circulation in the United States. With the demise of its long-time rival the Houston Post, its nearest major competitors are located in Dallas-Fort Worth. - Source: Wikipedia
If Shannon Hardy had known about all the safety violations and all the roughnecks killed at Robinson Drilling rigs, she would have tried to talk her son, Chase Dillon, out of taking his first real job there just out of high school.
Houston officials are adopting an idea that's been popular in San Antonio and some other cities: They plan to temporarily close busy streets to vehicles so people will explore neighborhoods by foot, bicycle and skateboard.
Anyone asking Bobby Mote to recite the injuries he has suffered in his nearly 20 years as a professional bareback rider better plan to pull up a chair and sit a spell.
This time last year, eighth-grader Kaleigh Davis planned to follow her friends to Bellaire High School.
Staring stoically at visitors to Houston is a 6-foot cowboy standing in the lobby of a local Hilton who rode into town in time for the annual rodeo.
A Child Protective Services caseworker has testified that a 16-year-old girl accused of putting her newborn in a Houston trash bin this week didn't know she was pregnant and thought the baby was dead after giving birth in a bathtub.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Feb. 23, 2014.
Nearly a third of Reserve Officers Training Corps units at Texas colleges are no longer producing enough officers and are facing federal scrutiny that could lead to cutbacks.
Houston city payroll records show almost 200 fire department employees over the past six years have collected checks of more than $100,000 when they retired or quit.
Injury claims, government data and public records of oil field accidents since the start of the onshore drilling and fracking boom in 2007 show the federal government failed to implement safety standards and procedures, according to a Houston Chronicle investigation.
A Houston man has pleaded guilty in the murder-for-hire death of his mother in 2009, admitting he paid a high school classmate $4,000 to stab her.
Houston's Menil Collection has unveiled design plans for a drawing institute, which will be devoted to the exhibit, study, storage and conservation of artworks on paper.
In the 1940s and '50s, the De Luxe Theater stood at the heart of the Fifth Ward, a thriving African-American community that produced Barbara Jordan, the congresswoman, and George Foreman, the boxer.
Doctors who have been treating a Texas mother who drowned her five children in 2001 are seeking permission for her to attend group outings with other patients in the psychiatric hospital, a newspaper reports.
An influential, wealthy Houston church is considering a split from the nation's largest Presbyterian body as it is embroiled in a national debate between those who want to take a more conservative view of the Bible and those who support measures to make room for gay marriage, a newspaper reported Sunday.