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  • Rainy weather likely to continue through summer
    It's flooding down in Texas, and forecasters say the above-average rainfall will likely continue through summer, and maybe even fall and winter.
  • Memorial Day weekend storm watch
    The storms are well to the north of Houston this morning, with a large system over northern Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. However with a weak cool front draped over the upper Texas coast, and forecast to pull back north during the next day or so, the region will have an impetus for at least scattered […]
  • Celebrate this Memorial Day weekend with an umbrella
    This Memorial Day weekend you needn't go to the water to relax, because chances are it will come to you.

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  • Wife questioned in husband's fatal shooting
    Police are questioning a woman in connection with a fatal shooting Friday evening at a home in southeast Houston.
  • Senate okays public pension reform
    Earlier this year, Moody's Investor Services, one of the "Big Three" agencies that issue bond ratings for states, issued a report saying Texas should deal with its pension liability or face rising costs and potential long-term credit rating issues. The Employees Retirement System covers around 230,000 active and retired state workers, elected officials, law enforcement […]
  • Amid break in heavy rains, Chesney shines like beach vacation sun
    Head 27/27 duisl ut lam on ip enibh el ing eumsan henit vullamet agd ero nullandreAmid break in week's heavy rainstorms, Chesney shines like beach vacation sun The stars seemed to align, literally, for Kenny Chesney's Friday night revival at BBVA Compass Stadium. The rain that drenched Houston much of the week and is expected […]

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  • One of the best iPhone games of the year is on sale right now
    One of the best and most beautiful iPhone games of the year, Alto's Adventure, is currently on sale for half-off for a limited time, and you can pick it up today for only $0.99. The game, which lets you play as the mountain man Alto as he snowboards his way down an endless mountain in […]
  • By historical standards, this economic recovery has been bad
    The economic recovery from the financial crisis has been terrible.  This chart, which comes to us from Deutsche Bank's Peter Hooper, shows just how far below average this recovery has been compared to the last 5 post-recession bounce-backs.  And in the first quarter, the economy grew just 0.2%, well below expectations.  Since that report, subsequent […]
  • Science says these 5 things happen to couples who have been together a long time
    Being with someone for a long time changes the way you see the world. It also changes you. Everything from how you act to the way you think shifts in ever-so-slight ways. And according to Joshua Wolf Shenk, the author of "Powers of Two," these tiny shifts are also the catalyst for a different kind […]
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