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Hurricane season is underway. Make a plan, be prepared and stay informed on weather in your area.  Above, a display of  hurricane supplies for families and pets at Walmart on South Rice in Houston, Texas For cheapest gas prices, visit http://www.gasbuddy.comContinue reading

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Hurricane Preparedness Week Just days away from the start of the Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season on May 15th, there’s already a tropical system developing in the Pacific Ocean.  The Central Pacific Hurricane Season and Atlantic Hurricane Season start June 1.  The 2018 … Continue reading

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Urban Harvest Fruit Tree Sale

While many ran through the streets of Houston early this morning to start off the Chevron Marathon weekend, hundreds lined up in near freezing temperatures to buy a fruit tree at the Urban Harvest Fruit Tree Sale at the West Loop … Continue reading

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Astros World Series Championship Trophy Tour

The Astros Championship Trophy Tour for the public began tonight in one of Houston’s hardest hit areas still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. The trophy tour was officially launched earlier today by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Astros officials. The historic World Series win by … Continue reading

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After Christmas Tradition

On the second day after Christmas, shoppers and visitors packed the Galleria in Houston for holiday sales and just enjoy the holiday sights and atmosphere during this last week of the year.  Stores marked down items more than 50%. For many, the after-Christmas … Continue reading

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San Francisco

San Francisco is paradise for foodies.  The pan-fried seafood, Dungess Crab salad and dessert at Fog Harbor Restaurant at Pier 39. The hills of San Francisco are alive with so much to see and do.  At North Point, visitors  can hop aboard … Continue reading

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Things to Do Calendar

During the summer break, visit a National Park.  Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Haleekaii, Virgin Islands National Park and Lassen Volcanic National Park in California were established in August. Lower gas prices are helping Americans get out and travel this summer.  Here is … Continue reading

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Galveston Weather

The National Weather Service in Galveston has issued a small craft advisory in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday for Galveston and coastal waters. Inexperienced boaters should stay on land. On Tuesday afternoon, winds were strong and gusty with rough seas for pier fishing, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Day in Houston

After a stormy Wednesday night, today was beautiful with clear, sunny skies and cool breezes. On Thursday afternoon, the Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park in Houston’s Galleria area provided a nice backdrop for photo shoots of families, tourists and a graduating … Continue reading

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People’s Law School

The University of Houston Law Center and Center for Consumer Law offered free, non-credit 50-minute classes to the public Saturday morning.  Volunteer lawyers, law professors and judges taught today’s People’s Law School to inform students about current Texas law in several areas. “The purpose is to save … Continue reading

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