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U.S. consumer prices rise 0.2 percent in August
Economy
Published in 10-11-2016
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WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. consumer prices edged up 0.2 percent in August as a surge in medical care offset flat readings for food and energy. The Fed raised rates by a quarter-point last December but since then, officials have held off on further rate hikes, reflecting concerns about sluggish economic growth and periodic turbulence in financial markets. The rise in core inflation in August was le ...>>

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What to watch: This weekend's best sports on TV
Sports
Published in 10-11-2016
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The Texans (5-3) will try to remain unbeaten in the AFC South while also winning on the road for the first time this season against Jacksonville (2-5), which has shown flashes of improvement. The Rockets are back at Toyota Center for only the second time this season, coming off a five-game, nine-day road trip that included a victory Wednesday night at San Antonio. The Cougars (7-2, 4-2) have com ...>>
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Rockets guard against fourth-quarter slowdowns
Sports
Published in 10-11-2016
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"We have a long way to go," Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said. "Our fourth quarters are sometimes lacking and we have to get better.

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Rockets could face Tony Parker on Saturday
Sports
Published in 10-11-2016
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Spurs guard sat out Wednesday's game with a sore knee but could return for rematch.

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Texans' Jonathan Grimes sidelined with illness
Sports
Published in 10-11-2016
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Texans reserve running back Jonathan Grimes didn't practice Thursday due to an illness as he was added to the injury report for the first time since returning from a cracked fibula.

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Texans get inspirational message from Condoleezza Rice
Sports
Published in 10-11-2016
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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave a motivational speech to the Texans this week.

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Fall 2017 opening planned for new Baytown H-E-B
Energy
Published in 3-11-2016
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The new 104,000-square-foot grocery store is scheduled to open in late 2017.

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Report: Developer works up new designs for Ivy Lofts project
Energy
Published in 3-11-2016
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The project's anticipated completion date remains mid-2018.

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The Sterling Group deepens HVAC holdings by acquiring pool systems manufacturer
Energy
Published in 3-11-2016
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PoolPak is a major manufacturer of indoor dehumidification systems for large athletic and commercial pools.

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Now debt free, Saratoga Resources 'evaluating opportunities'
Energy
Published in 3-11-2016
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The oil and gas exploration company emerges debt free and got to keep some of its non-producing assets.

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H-E-B signs lease for Washington Avenue property
Energy
Published in 3-11-2016
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As it seeks to build a new grocery store in the now-dry part of the Heights, documents show that H-E-B has signed a lease for property along the Washington Corridor, as well.

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Fall 2017 opening planned for new Baytown H-E-B
Heights
Published in 3-11-2016
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The new 104,000-square-foot grocery store is scheduled to open in late 2017.

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Report: Developer works up new designs for Ivy Lofts project
Heights
Published in 3-11-2016
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The project's anticipated completion date remains mid-2018.

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The Sterling Group deepens HVAC holdings by acquiring pool systems manufacturer
Heights
Published in 3-11-2016
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PoolPak is a major manufacturer of indoor dehumidification systems for large athletic and commercial pools.

Reference: www.chron.com
Now debt free, Saratoga Resources 'evaluating opportunities'
Heights
Published in 3-11-2016
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The oil and gas exploration company emerges debt free and got to keep some of its non-producing assets.

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