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Man caught on surveillance staring ...

Man caught on surveillance staring at sleeping toddler charged with burglary

Authorities say they have arrested and charged the man who was caught on surveillance video breaking into a west Harris County home and hovering over a sleeping toddler.
Young boy killed in big rig acciden...

Young boy killed in big rig accident on Highway 290

A young boy was killed Friday evening in a big rig accident on Highway 290.
Masked man chokes pregnant woman in...

Masked man chokes pregnant woman in shower

Police are searching for a man who attacked a pregnant woman in her home in southwest Houston.
Houston Forecast: Beautiful Easter ...

Houston Forecast: Beautiful Easter weekend weather

Get ready to enjoy the cool breezes and the beautiful sunshine this Easter weekend because the weather is going to be perfect for any outdoor activities.
SUV belonging to 2 women found dead...

SUV belonging to 2 women found dead outside Bolivar store found in Houston

Sheriff?s Deputies have arrested the father of one of the women found dead near a convenience store in Bolivar.
?Playoffs baby!? Rockets fans dare ...

?Playoffs baby!? Rockets fans dare to dream again

Window washers swiped squeegees across gigantic images of Dwight Howard and James Harden towering over the plaza of the Toyota Center on Friday, sprucing up the arena for what fans dare to dream might become a championship season.

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Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Crusade over shoddy drug tests

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

Boy, 9, killed in big-rig collisio...

Boy, 9, killed in big-rig collision on Northwest Freeway

A 9-year-old boy was killed and his younger sister injured on Friday when a big rig struck their car on the Northwest Freeway, officials said.

Murder-suicide suspected in Santa ...

Murder-suicide suspected in Santa Fe deaths

Santa Fe police are investigating the shooting deaths of two people as a murder-suicide, officials said.

DWI campaign uses Mexican Bingo ga...

DWI campaign uses Mexican Bingo game

State transportation officials are using a Mexican game similar to Bingo in a campaign to discourage drunken driving. "The game now has an anti-drinking and driving theme," said agency spokesman David Glessner, explaining that some cards had been modified with images or words associated with the costs of driving under the influence. "The idea was to find something that resonated with the audience that would be attending a lot of the Hispanic cultural celebrations going on this time of year," Glessner said, in a telephone interview. According to TxDOT data, Hispanics accounted for nearly half of crashes last year where male drivers between 17 and 34 were under the influence of alcohol.

4 new charges for driver in SXSW c...

4 new charges for driver in SXSW crash

AUSTIN - Four additional assault charges were filed Friday against the aspiring rapper accused of running down a crowd of early-morning revelers at the South by Southwest music festival in March. Authorities said Rashad Charjuan Owens, 21, of Killeen, was charged with four additional counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon ­- adding to two counts of capital murder and 20 other assault charges filed earlier.

Car sought in deaths of lesbian co...

Car sought in deaths of lesbian couple found

A 2006 Kia Sorento, owned by Britney Cosby, who was killed along with Crystal Jackson, was found Thursday in a vehicle storage lot in the 13500 block of Conklin in Houston, said officials with the Galveston County Sheriff's Office, who are investigating the deaths. An employee at DeWitt Wrecker Service asked the officer to check the vehicle, which had been picked up without license plates, according to the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.

Fox

J.C. Penney Swings To Loss

J.C. Penney Swings To Loss

J.C. Penney Co., under major pricing and merchandising changes, swung to a bigger-than-expected first-quarter loss and said Tuesday it no longer expects to meet its previous profit forecast for the year as it sees more restructuring charges.

3 of TX Supreme Court Face Re-elect...

3 of TX Supreme Court Face Re-election

Three members of the all-Republican Texas Supreme Court face re-election this year, but two will have to survive primary opponents who accuse the court of becoming too pro-business.

Researcher: Plant Remembers, Adapts

Researcher: Plant Remembers, Adapts

Researchers say they've shown that certain plants have smarts during dry times.

Perry: Tuition Freeze Sent Good Mes...

Perry: Tuition Freeze Sent Good Message

Gov. Rick Perry isn't saying whether he approves of the University of Texas at Austin president whose job was reported to be in jeopardy.

Rep. Puts Chief of Staff on Leave

Rep. Puts Chief of Staff on Leave

U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson has placed her longtime chief of staff on administrative leave.

Teen Pleads Guilty in Student's Dea...

Teen Pleads Guilty in Student's Death

A Central Texas teenager has pleaded guilty to murder in the 2011 Waco drive-by fatal shooting of another youth.

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4 killed, 3 injured in Pasadena tax...

4 killed, 3 injured in Pasadena taxi cab wreck

Authorities tell us the passengers in the taxi cab were visiting from Dallas and were to depart on a cruise from Galveston today
17-year-old fatally shot outside Ka...

17-year-old fatally shot outside Katy-area strip center

Several questions and not many answers after a 17-year-old died shortly after collapsing with a gunshot wound in northwest Harris County
Fatal multi-vehicle wreck shuts dow...

Fatal multi-vehicle wreck shuts down 290 at Grand Parkway

A big rig and three other vehicles were involved in a wreck that killed one, injured several others and shut down 290 at 99
METRO temporarily suspending part o...

METRO temporarily suspending part of Red Line until Sunday

METRO is temporarily suspending operations for part of its METRORail
Galveston hosting annual Chicken Sh...

Galveston hosting annual Chicken Shack Strut today

The chickens are coming to roost in Galveston for the annual Chicken Shack Strut
Arrest made in fatal shooting of se...

Arrest made in fatal shooting of security guard in southwest Houston

A man accused in the murder of a security guard at a southwest Houston apartment complex has been arrested and is expected to make his first court appearance sometime today

Bizjournals

How to manage your digital footprin...

How to manage your digital footprint

Managing the complexities of an increasingly online world can be tough. Almost everyone has a digital footprint, but not everyone understands how that footprint can have an impact on their financial lives. New challenges like protecting digital assets as part of estate planning, managing online reputations to have positive impacts on personal and professional development, and avoiding risks like identify theft are all new concerns. Because of these, it?s essential to put a thorough digital plan?
High school musicals win big at TUT...

High school musicals win big at TUTS' annual Tommy Tune Awards

For the past 12 years, Theatre Under the Stars has held its Tommy Tune Awards, an award ceremony that recognizes the top musical performances of Houston-area high schools. I've heard it's gotten better and better every year. In fact, I'm told these high school students' performances are on par with the professional performances in some cases. Developed by TUTS, the Tommy Tune Awards evaluated 44 participating Houston-area high school productions during the 2013-14 school year. This year's ceremony?
Robert Half expert: Companies outsi...

Robert Half expert: Companies outside the mobile bubble are missing opportunities

Mobile devices are as popular as they?ve ever been, but many companies still lag when it comes to adopting platforms that cater to their customers through smart phones and tablets. According to a Business Insider Intelligence report from January, more than 20 percent of commercial spending in the U.S. in 2013 happened through mobile devices. But not all companies have caught the mobile wave, says Steven Robinson, the regional vice president for Robert Half Technology. The IT staffing company?
Is your workplace happy? Three ways...

Is your workplace happy? Three ways to boost employee satisfaction

Is your career progressing? Do you have time for a life outside of work? Do you love what you do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, chances are you?re happy and engaged in your job. But how would your employees answer those questions? These three major areas of employee satisfaction directly correlate to employee engagement: Career growth News flash ? job security is not especially important to your most motivated, high-achieving employees. While stability may keep them going through?
Op-Ed: Tesla doesn't deserve specia...

Op-Ed: Tesla doesn't deserve special treatment

As automobile dealers in Houston, we compete for business every day. We have to be competitive in our pricing, we have to offer good service, we have to be available for repairs or recalls, and we have to continue to earn trust to stay in business. There are automobile dealers across Texas in 300 communities doing the same thing we do every day. These dealers are often the major employers in the area and the major benefactors for the local hospital, schools and little leagues. And collectively,?
HBJ calls for CFO of the Year nomin...

HBJ calls for CFO of the Year nominees

They show you the money. Now show them some love.  The Houston Business Journal has opened nominations for the 2014 CFO of the Year awards. These annual awards honor the area's fearless financial strategists who display outstanding leadership and provide guidance and sound advice to CEOs and directors. Act fast ? nominations close May 5. Anyone can nominate an outstanding CFO, and nominees can hail from companies covering a spectrum of industries, sizes and longevity. Whether your company?

Chron sports

Change in mechanics helping rel...

Change in mechanics helping reliever Bass with control

.share-print{margin-right: 130px !important;}Share this:EmailCommentsPrint0(function($) {$.getJSON('https://graph.facebook.com/?id=http://blog.chron.com/ultimateastros/2014/04/18/change-in-mechanics-helping-reliever-bass-with-control/', function (data) { if (typeof data !== 'undefined' && data !== null && typeof data['shares'] !== 'undefined' && data['shares'] !== null) $('#facebook_share_count_1951043904').html(data['shares']); });})(jQuery); OAKLAND ? While Matt Albers, Chad Qualls and Jesse Crain drew all the attention this winter as the Astros restocked their bullpen, Anthony Bass was a lesser known newcomer. The righthander who was acquired in a December trade with the Padres wasn?t available Friday night, and for good reason: he threw three perfect innings Thursday to finish out the Astros? 5-1 loss to the Royals. He kept the Astros within striking distance, and saved everyone else in the bullpen. Mechanical changes over [...]
Springer bats clean-up for thir...

Springer bats clean-up for third major league game

.share-print{margin-right: 130px !important;}Share this:EmailCommentsPrint0(function($) {$.getJSON('https://graph.facebook.com/?id=http://blog.chron.com/ultimateastros/2014/04/18/springer-bats-in-clean-up-role-for-third-major-league-game/', function (data) { if (typeof data !== 'undefined' && data !== null && typeof data['shares'] !== 'undefined' && data['shares'] !== null) $('#facebook_share_count_1926835943').html(data['shares']); });})(jQuery); OAKLAND ? Game No. 3 and he?s already batting clean-up. You figured George Springer would bat third or fourth for the Astros eventually, just not quite this soon. In his third big-league game Friday, the 24-year-old right fielder was put in the four-hole. Jose Altuve, Dexter Fowler and Jason Castro batted in front of him. ?Whoever?s on base, I got to drive ?em in,? Springer said beforehand. ?It?s cool to be in there in general.? Considering how the Astros offense has started [...]
Flu bug making its rounds in As...

Flu bug making its rounds in Astros’ clubhouse

.share-print{margin-right: 130px !important;}Share this:EmailCommentsPrint0(function($) {$.getJSON('https://graph.facebook.com/?id=http://blog.chron.com/ultimateastros/2014/04/18/flu-bug-making-its-rounds-in-astros-clubhouse/', function (data) { if (typeof data !== 'undefined' && data !== null && typeof data['shares'] !== 'undefined' && data['shares'] !== null) $('#facebook_share_count_1386759220').html(data['shares']); });})(jQuery); OAKLAND ? Astros manager Bo Porter said Friday afternoon that Chad Qualls was the last of his players dealing with flu-like symptoms, and Qualls was feeling better even as of Thursday. The manager himself dealt with the bug early in the week ? and it seems it hasn?t fully run its course yet. Left fielder Alex Presley was scratched before Friday’s game and was replaced by L.J. Hoes in the seventh spot in the lineup. ?My wife?s already disinfected our house,? Porter [...]
Scouting report: Dynamo at Philade...

Scouting report: Dynamo at Philadelphia Union

Lee loses to Pharr Valley View in ...

Lee loses to Pharr Valley View in Class 4A semifinal

Kazmir considered Astros before...

Kazmir considered Astros before signing with A’s in offseason

.share-print{margin-right: 130px !important;}Share this:EmailCommentsPrint0(function($) {$.getJSON('https://graph.facebook.com/?id=http://blog.chron.com/ultimateastros/2014/04/18/kazmir-considered-astros-before-signing-with-as-in-offseason/', function (data) { if (typeof data !== 'undefined' && data !== null && typeof data['shares'] !== 'undefined' && data['shares'] !== null) $('#facebook_share_count_1275416551').html(data['shares']); });})(jQuery); OAKLAND, Calif. – In an alternate universe, there’s a different Scott leading the Astros’ rotation. Just days before the Astros signed veteran starting pitcher Scott Feldman this winter, lefthander Scott Kazmir signed with the Oakland Athletics. A Cypress Falls product who in 2002 broke Josh Beckett’s state high school strikeout record, Kazmir said Friday he seriously considered his hometown Astros before signing with the A’s for two years and $22 million. That deal became public knowledge Dec. 2. Feldman’s three-year, $30 million [...]
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