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What It Looked Like When Greek Stoc...

What It Looked Like When Greek Stocks Plunged

After more than a month-long closure, the Greek stock market's first day re-opening ended 16 percent lower.
Ronda Rousey: Cris 'Cyborg' Justino...

Ronda Rousey: Cris 'Cyborg' Justino knows what showdown would require

A potential MMA megafight between Ronda Rousey and Cris "Cyborg" Justino continues to hinge on a single issue: Justino's weight.
Shoplifter caught on camera stuffin...

Shoplifter caught on camera stuffing statues down his pants

A store owner is looking for a man who stole two bronze statues last Sunday afternoon by stuffing them down his pants.
How the Memphis Cop Killing Unfolde...

How the Memphis Cop Killing Unfolded

A $10,000 reward has been announced for the suspect's arrest.
Thieves steal cash from southwest H...

Thieves steal cash from southwest Houston convenience store ATM

Police are looking for three men who stole the cash out of an ATM at a southwest Houston convenience store.
Texas attorney general charged with...

Texas attorney general charged with fraud

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been booked at a Dallas-area jail on felony charges alleging that he misled investors before becoming the state's top lawyer

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Meet the Fast 100: Houston lighting...

Meet the Fast 100: Houston lighting company to expand nationwide

Houston-based Neutex LED Lighting plans to expand to 25 new markets by 2016, but it won't be easy. Rather than expand into markets where demand for LED is high, Neutex, a provider of energy-efficient lighting design and manufacturing, is looking to open franchises in areas that aren't as educated in "green" lighting, said John Higgins, president and CEO. Last year, Neutex opened two satellite offices in Mississippi and New York, which Higgins described as difficult markets to tap into. "We started?
Major Houston health system expands...

Major Houston health system expands in Kingwood

Memorial Hermann Health System, the largest Houston-area health system according to HBJ research, will build a 45,000-square-foot convenient care center in Kingwood. The convenient care center will be located at Kingwood Drive and West Lake Houston Parkway, in the Main Street Kingwood Shopping Center. It will be two stories, and will feature adult and pediatric primary care services, specialty physicians, sports medicine and rehabilitation, outpatient imaging and lab services, and a 24-hour emergency?
Houston tech company moves forward ...

Houston tech company moves forward on headquarters in EaDo

Houston-based ChaiOne planned on being in its new headquarters in East Downtown in the spring of last year. That, the company admits, was a little optimistic. Nonetheless, the company is moving forward with its plans for the new headquarters, albeit with some changes to the original plan, CEO and founder told Gaurav Khandelwal told the HBJ. Now, the plan is to begin construction on the new headquarter sometime in August, with the goal of being completed by the end of 2015 and an official move-in?
Exclusive: French energy tech compa...

Exclusive: French energy tech company to move headquarters to Houston

French-based Seisquare Holdings SA, a software company behind products that help improve oil and gas exploration, plans to relocate its headquarters to Houston. Seisquare plans to build a Houston-based product development team. The plan is to put between eight to 10 employees in the company's Houston office, Lars Olrik, CEO, told the Houston Business Journal. Houston will serve as a launch pad for its product development and its sales office for the Americas. The company will keep its office in?
Exclusive: Comcast high-speed Inter...

Exclusive: Comcast high-speed Internet finally available in Houston

For the first time in Texas, Philadelphia-based Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is connecting its fiber network directly to the home, allowing for significant upgrades in Internet speed for select customers. The fiber-optic network is being rolled out in the master-planned community of The Groves by Crescent Communities in northeast Houston for now. Every home in the 2,200-home community will have access to the network, according to a statement. Comcast has been significantly investing in building out?
Houston advanced manufacturing co. ...

Houston advanced manufacturing co. raises funds to expand services

Houston based MacroFab Inc. closed a $2 million seed round July 28 to help the company expand its service line and continue growth. MacroFab, founded by former Alert Logic co-founder Chris Church, is an advanced manufacturing shop here in Houston. The company helps cut manufacturing costs for custom technology builds for small- and medium-sized businesses, making it easier for companies to go to market. The round was led by TechStars, a seed investment platform that has backed more than 500 companies?

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On Deck: Astros at Rangers

On Deck: Astros at Rangers

Mike Fiers, acquired in the Carlos Gomez trade before the deadline, will make his Astros debut on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) Monday: Lance McCullers (5-3, 2.48) vs. Colby Lewis (11-4, 4.42)Tuesday: Mike Fiers (5-9, 3.89) vs. Yovani Gallardo (7-9, 3.39)Wednesday: Scott Kazmir (6-5, 2.10) vs. Nick Martinez (6-6, 4.01) Three things to watch in the series: 1. Astros shortstop Carlos Correa continues making a strong case for the American League Rookie of the Year Award. He leads all AL shortstops with 12 home runs. Since his debut in the majors June 8, he leads the Astros in homers (12), doubles (14), hits (56) and RBIs (32). 2. It will be [...]
Jed Lowrie may see limited play...

Jed Lowrie may see limited playing time in adjusting to return

Jed Lowrie contributed Sunday with a double and a run scored, but manager A.J. Hinch said he may rest the veteran infielder Monday at Arlington as he continues to adjust to playing after a long injury absence. ?I probably won?t go more than three days in a row without giving him a day off,? the manager said. ?Some of that is psychical for Jed. Some of it is juggling how to play (Luis) Valbuena, (Chris) Carter or (Marwin) Gonzalez. ?We were thin earlier in the year, and now we seem to have a bunch of guys that deserve more playing time, and so to do that, some guys are going [...]
Even with Springer out, the Hou...

Even with Springer out, the Houston Astros still have incredible offensive and outfield depth

Astros manager A.J. Hinch normally avoids bulletin board-style pronouncements, but he was adamant Sunday that the Astros, even without George Springer, may have one of the best outfields in baseball with the addition of Carlos Gomez. With the Astros? current configuration, which Sunday included Jake Marisnick in right and Gomez in center, plus Colby Rasmus, Preston Tucker and Evan Gattis, ?When (George) Springer gets back, we can be one of the best outfields in baseball, and we might be there already,? Hinch said. ?We can really cover ground. We can chase down any fly ball that stays in the ballpark. We don?t have much room in left field, but it?s [...]
The Houston Astros have a good ...

The Houston Astros have a good problem at catcher position

Most managers would love to have the quandary that lately faces Astros manager A.J. Hinch over whether to start Jason Castro, who has a six-game hitting streak that includes a walkoff homer, or Hank Conger, who delivered the team?s first grand slam of the season Saturday. ?It?s a good problem to have,? Hinch said. ?It?s always a matchup (decision). It can be defensively, who I want to handle the pitcher that particular day, or if there?s an extreme matchup one way or the other offensively. ?But when they?re both swinging the bats well, it?s hard to keep them going without alternating them. ? I lay awake at night wondering what [...]
Familiarity brings comfort for ...

Familiarity brings comfort for Johnathan Joseph, rest of Texans defensive backs

This is cornerback Johnathan Joseph?s fifth training camp with the Texans and his 10th overall. He?s starting opposite Kareem Jackson for a fifth consecutive season. ?The more you have familiarity with each other ? me and Kareem are seeing through the same set of eyes ? the more comfortable you are having that guy on the other side,? Joseph said. ?Kareem?s a great leader, and he?s always pushing me each to get better.? Since the start of last year?s training camp, general manager Rick Smith and his personnel department have done a solid job of adding depth at cornerback, including first-round pick Kevin Johnson. ?They did a great job adding [...]
Texans report: Cliett, Nix deal...

Texans report: Cliett, Nix dealing with injuries on Day 2 of training camp

Rookie outside linebacker Reshard Cliett left the practice field on a cart and taken back to NRG Stadium after suffering an apparent right knee injury. Also, second-year nose tackle Louis Nix III repaired to the Methodist Training Center possibly because of heat-related issues. Bill O?Brien had no information to provide later but, in Nix?s case, did say he reported in good shape. Nix struggled with his conditioning as a rookie. ?I?m not sure what happened to him today,? O?Brien said, ?but he came back and passed the conditioning test, which is a big, big accomplishment for him. He?s worked very hard this offseason. I think if he keeps stringing days [...]

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Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Review one lawyer's fight vs. Harris County probation officials.

Term limits, repealing equal right...

Term limits, repealing equal rights ordinance on council agenda

City Council on Wednesday will consider repealing Houston's equal rights ordinance and switching term limits from three two-year terms to two four-year terms - both items that could end up on the November ballot. That Mayor Annise Parker placed the equal rights ordinance on the agenda comes as no surprise. Last month, the Texas Supreme Court ordered the city to repeal the ordinance or put it on the November ballot for voters to decide the law's fate. The opinion followed a district court ruling that affirmed the city's decision last summer to reject conservative opponents' petition to send the law to voters. On Wednesday, City Council will first consider whether to repeal the ordinance.
Attorney general may surrender tod...

Attorney general may surrender today on fraud charges

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will reportedly surrender to authorities Monday in North Texas on three felony fraud charges stemming from an alleged investment scheme into the McKinney-based technology company Servergy, as well as his failure to register as an investment advisor representative with the state. A Collin County grand jury issued the indictment against the first-term attorney general on Tuesday, two sources who had been briefed on the proceedings told the Chronicle on Saturday. Members of the media gathered outside both the Collin County Sheriff's Office and the county courthouse early Monday, hoping to catch a glimpse of Paxton turning himself into authorities.

Marvin Zindler Helps Shut Down ...

Marvin Zindler Helps Shut Down Chicken Ranch Brothel

August 3, 1973: On this forgotten day, the infamous Chicken Ranch brothel in La Grange was shut down thanks to the colorful and always entertaining local reporter, Marvin Zindler. Zindler was given a tip on the shenanigans happening in La Grange, and when his expose on the brothel hit the headlines, he became an instant celebrity. The story was later turned into a broadway musical called ?The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,? and even a movie starring Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton by the same name. Do you have a favorite Marvin Zindler memory? Let us know in the comments below, or tweet host Michael Callahan, @MCallahanTV using #ForgottenDayHOU and he?ll tweet you [...]
Correction for Aug. 3, 2015

Correction for Aug. 3, 2015

Rep. Matt Krause, R-Fort Worth, likened the indictment of Attorney General Ken Paxton to that handed up to former Gov. Rick Perry. That statement was mistakenly attributed to Rep. Matt Schaefer, R-Tyler, in an article that appeared on A1 Sunday.
Riverside psychiatrist pleads not ...

Riverside psychiatrist pleads not guilty in Medicare scheme

A Houston psychiatrist who was indicted separately in the Riverside General Hospital $160 million Medicare billing fraud scheme pleaded not guilty on Friday and intends to stand trial in August. Dr. Sharon Iglehart is accused of one federal conspiracy count, two health care fraud charges and a pair of allegations that she made false statements to investigators. At a pretrial conference before U.S. District Judge Ewing Werlein, her lawyers - which include high-powered defense attorney Rusty Hardin - said she is ready to face a jury.

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