Juan A. Lozano, The Associated Press

Juan A. Lozano

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Houston, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Juan:

Professor, NASA researcher pleads guilty in China ties case

A NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor pleaded guilty to charges related to hiding his ties to a university created by the Chinese government while accepting federal grant money → Read More

Professor, NASA researcher pleads guilty in China ties case

Prosecutors accused Zhengdong Cheng of concealing his work in China even as his team of researchers received nearly $750,000 in grant money for space research. → Read More

Professor, NASA researcher pleads guilty in China ties case

Prosecutors accused Zhengdong Cheng of concealing his work in China even as his team of researchers received nearly $750,000 in grant money for space research. → Read More

Professor, NASA researcher pleads guilty in China ties case

Prosecutors accused Zhengdong Cheng of concealing his work in China even as his team of researchers received nearly $750,000 in grant money for space research. → Read More

Professor, NASA researcher pleads guilty in China ties case

HOUSTON (AP) — A NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor pleaded guilty to charges related to hiding his ties to a university created by the Chinese government while accepting federal grant money. Zhengdong Cheng pleaded guilty to two counts — violation of NASA regulations and falsifying official documents — during a hearing in Houston […] → Read More

Bipartisan mayors voice criticism of new voting restrictions

HOUSTON (AP) — A bipartisan group of mayors said Tuesday that whatever political differences they might have, they are united in fighting against rece... → Read More

Texas board denies posthumous pardon for George Floyd

A Texas board has declined a request that George Floyd be granted a posthumous pardon for a 2004 drug arrest made by a now-indicted ex-Houston police officer whose case history → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas completes trip for $35M repairs

LA PORTE, Texas (AP) — It’s the only surviving battleship that served in both world... → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas begins trip for $35M repairs

LA PORTE, Texas (AP) — It’s the only surviving battleship that served in both world... → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas begins trip for $35M repairs

The greatest challenge in recent years for the only surviving battleship that served in both world wars has been a leaky hull that's raised concerns it could sink → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas set to make trip for $35m repairs

To ensure the historic vessel doesn’t sink and can continue hosting visitors, the foundation in charge of its care was set on Wednesday to tow the ship from its longtime home along the Houston Ship Channel to a shipyard in nearby Galveston for much needed repairs. → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas begins trip for $35M repairs

LA PORTE, Texas (AP) — It’s the only surviving battleship that served in both world wars, having fought Nazis and the Japanese Army during World War II. But the greatest challenge in recent years for the USS Texas has been a leaky, rusty hull that at times forced workers to pump out about 2,000 gallons […] → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas set to make trip for $35M repairs

The greatest challenge in recent years for the only surviving battleship that served in both world wars has been a leaky hull that's raised concerns it could sink → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas set to make trip for $35M repairs

It’s the only surviving battleship that served in both world wars, having fought Nazis and the Japanese Army during World War II. But the greatest challenge in recent years for the USS Texas has been a leaky, rusty hull that at times forced workers to pump out about 2,000 gallons (7,570 liters) of water per minute from the 110-year-old ship. → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas completes trip for $35M repairs

It's the only surviving U.S. battleship to serve in both world wars. But now, it's on its way for some pricey repairs to restore it to its former glory. → Read More

Leaky battleship in Texas completes trip for $35M repairs

It's the only surviving U.S. battleship to serve in both world wars. But now, it's on its way for some pricey repairs to restore it to its former glory. → Read More

Neighbors, police: Eviction possibly set off fatal shooting

Neighbors, friends and police say a Houston man who fatally shot his neighbors after setting fire to their apartment house might have been set off by his eviction, which had been preceded by his financial difficulties during the pandemic and a recent colon cancer diagnosis → Read More

Texas executes man for slaying of Dallas real estate agent

Texas has executed a man who fatally stabbed a suburban Dallas real estate agent more than 16 years ago → Read More

Texas to execute man for slaying of Dallas real estate agent

Kosoul Chanthakoummane was on parole when 40-year-old Sarah Walker was killed in July 2006. → Read More

Texas to execute man for slaying of Dallas real estate agent

A man who fatally stabbed a real estate agent inside a model home in suburban Dallas faces execution, more than 16 years after the slaying. → Read More