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Houston economy added 8,200 jobs in May
Economy
Published in 14-8-2019
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Houston's economy added 8,200 jobs in May, according to seasonally adjusted government data.

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Texas unemployment rate falls to historic low — again
Economy
Published in 14-8-2019
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The state added 45,000 jobs in June.

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Astros add Zack Greinke jersey giveaway to freebies schedule
Sports
Published in 14-8-2019
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The Astros added two new giveaways for fans to the home schedule.

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Fly-fishing Texas coastal shallows a real treat
Sports
Published in 14-8-2019
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The shallow, sea grass-carpeted flats of the central Texas coast hold the nation's premier opportunities to experience one of the most exciting, intense types of fishing.

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Astros: Bullpen roster crunch led to reliever Joe Biagini's demotion
Sports
Published in 14-8-2019
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CHICAGO The brief beginning of Joe Biagini's Astros career came to an end on Tuesday night due to extreme circumstances.

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Astros believe Gerrit Cole's hamstring injury is not serious
Sports
Published in 14-8-2019
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Gerrit Cole was still undergoing tests in Chicago and was unavailable to speak with reporters prior to the series finale against the White Sox.

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Astros turning attention to postseason home-field advantage
Sports
Published in 14-8-2019
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Manager A.J. Hinch constantly preaches a "one day at a time" mentality, but acknowledged Wednesday the importance of chasing home-field.

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Texas Killing Fields near Houston included in viral 'Haunted Roadtrip' map
Entertainment
Published in 14-8-2019
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A Texas man created a "Haunted Roadtrip" map that includes the Texas Killing Fields near Galveston and posted it on Twitter for his friends to see.

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What’s happening in Houston art galleries this week
Entertainment
Published in 14-8-2019
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Houston’s art scene is as diverse and colorful as the city itself, with galleries and museums that feature works by local, national and international talents.

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New wine and cheese shop from Goodnight Hospitality opens in Montrose
Entertainment
Published in 14-8-2019
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Montrose Wine & Cheese, the first of three new concepts from the owners of Goodnight Charlie's, opens today at 1618 Westheimer

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Common Bond to debut full-service restaurant at downtown food hall Understory
Entertainment
Published in 14-8-2019
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Common Bond just months ago debuted a new outpost near the Texas Medical Center, but it's not resting on its laurels. Two new locations of the popular Houston bakery have been announced, and at least one of them will be a full-service restaurant.

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Photographer shares Stevie Ray Vaughan photos at book event
Entertainment
Published in 14-8-2019
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Houston-based photographer Tracy Anne Hart shot guitar great Stevie Ray Vaughan multiple times starting with a 1983 performance at Fitzgerald's.

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Library of spider silk could hold secrets for new materials
Technology
Published in 14-8-2019
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NEW YORK (AP) With two pairs of fine-tipped tweezers and the hands of a surgeon, Cheryl Hayashi began dissecting the body of a silver garden spider under her microscope.

In just a few minutes she found what she was seeking: hundreds of silk glands, the organs spiders use to make their webs. Some looked like mashed potatoes, others like green worms or air-filled rubber gloves. Each lets ...>>

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Shard reveals how Cyprus' ancient kingdoms managed economy
Technology
Published in 14-8-2019
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NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) The discovery of a small clay shard inscribed with a partial inventory of goods at a 2,500-year-old citadel suggests that Cyprus' ancient city states "more than likely" managed their economies using a homegrown system, not an imported one, an archaeologist said Wednesday.

University of Cyprus Professor Maria Iacovou told The Associated that the recent discovery ...>>

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Rare Amur leopard cubs go on view at zoo; no names yet
Technology
Published in 14-8-2019
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Visitors may now get a look at two rare leopard cubs at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York.

Onondaga (ah-nahn-DAH'-gah) County Executive Ryan McMahon announced that the little Amur (ah-MOOR') leopards made their public debut Wednesday.

The male and female cubs gradually ventured out from private quarters into their exhibit. It's a te ...>>

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