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Texas adds 21,000 jobs in November; unemployment slips to 4.6 percent
Economy
Published in 20-1-2017
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Texas added nearly 21,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.

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Scouting report: Rockets vs. Warriors
Sports
Published in 20-1-2017
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The Rockets play the Golden State Warriors on Friday night at Toyota Center.

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The most memorable AFC and NFC championship games
Sports
Published in 20-1-2017
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The AFC and NFC championship games, with a pair of Super Bowl berths at stake, often produce moments far more memorable than the league's ultimate game.

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Dynamo bring back Jose Escalante on second loan
Sports
Published in 20-1-2017
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The Dynamo are giving Honduran midfielder Jose Escalante a second opportunity to make the team full time.

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Astros avoid arbitration with starting pitcher Mike Fiers
Sports
Published in 20-1-2017
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The Astros avoided arbitration with Mike Fiers on Thursday, settling with the 31-year-old righthander on a $3.45-million salary for this season.

Reference: www.chron.com
Noel Mazzone not leaving Texas A&M for Auburn
Sports
Published in 20-1-2017
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Texas A&M offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone coordinator is not leaving for the same position at Auburn, a person with knowledge of the situation said on Thursday.

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Like old books? Check out the Houston Book Fair
Energy
Published in 13-1-2017
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If you like rare and antique books, get to the Printing Museum Saturday for the Houston Book Fair. The annual festival is designed to both celebrate old books and educate people about them.

Reference: www.chron.com
Paul Beatty is the first American to win the Man Booker Prize
Energy
Published in 13-1-2017
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Paul Beatty has won the Man Booker Prize for his novel "The Sellout," a satire that deals with racial politics in America.

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Happy Frankenstein Day! 7 facts about the best monster
Energy
Published in 13-1-2017
    976 Visits

He's more than bolts and green skin

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Houston gets a new comics and fantasy store
Energy
Published in 13-1-2017
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Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy, a company founded in Austin 30 years ago, will open a new store this weekend in north Houston. 

Reference: www.chron.com
Lights in the Heights 2015 NOT canceled (despite rumors), but will be scaled back
Heights
Published in 13-1-2017
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Its 28-year history now includes tens of thousands of attendees every year, which is understandably an issue for some in the area who would rather thousands of people not be in their front yards each year doing what thousands of people do. 

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Heights group pushes for wine and beer sales in neighborhood
Heights
Published in 13-1-2017
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The Houston Heights Beverage Coalition is seeking 1,500 signatures from Heights residents in order to get an initiative on the November 8 election ballot that would allow for the sale of beer and wine in Heights stores. 

Reference: www.chron.com
H-E-B reps will hold community meeting in Heights
Heights
Published in 13-1-2017
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H-E-B representatives will meet with Heights residents next week at the historic fire station at 107 W 12th St., said Cyndy Garza a public affairs person with H-E-B.

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Heights residents praise designs for new HEB store at town-hall meeting with company
Heights
Published in 13-1-2017
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A group of Heights residents mostly in favor of Texas grocer H-E-B building a store in their neighborhood met Wednesday night with Scott McClelland, president of Houston stores for H-E-B, and other representatives from the company.

Reference: www.chron.com
A look back at 2016 in the Heights
Heights
Published in 13-1-2017
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The past 12 months have proven to be a pivotal time for the Houston Heights. Its residents and the Houstonians who frequent the neighborhood to take in the small-town feel, Victorian homes, vintage shops of all kinds and meandering bike trails will face the challenges of development but will also enjoy more conveniences.

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