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Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Doug:

Storms on Election Day may impact tight mayor's race

Stormy weather could develop as the deciding factor in the unusually tight runoff race that will decide who will become Houston's next mayor. Campaigns for both candidates are prepared to roll with the punch. → Read More

Ninja safe thieves strike again in wave of bar burglaries

HOUSTON - Berryhill Baja Grill on Post Oak is a popular place for margaritas and Mexican food, but lately some unwanted guests have been dropping by → Read More

Even without transgender protections, voters oppose HERO

Houston's next mayor can decide whether to propose a revised anti-discrimination measure. → Read More

Dead heat in the mayor’s race: New poll shows Turner, King tied

Sylvester Turner and Bill King are now locked in a dead heat in the race for Houston mayor, according to the newly released KHOU-News 88.7 Poll of likely voters. → Read More

Stunt cyclists risk lives on Houston freeways

A group of five motorcyclists pulled reckless stunts on the North Freeway in the Humble area Sunday. → Read More

Brazen burglars busting into popular Houston bars

At least a half-dozen nightspots have been targeted in a strikingly similar series of crimes → Read More

Attacker, victims cry at college rampage hearing

Dylan Quick – the young man shown wielding the knife in the video – covered his face with his hand and wept → Read More

Mayor's race goes negative as voters go to polls

HOUSTON - On Election Night in November, Sylvester Turner and Bill King smiled and thanked supporters and noticeably didn't go on the attack against → Read More

Activists call for release of video connected with shooting of Jordan Baker

Jordan Baker, 26, was killed in January 2014 after an encounter with a 10-year veteran HPD officer → Read More

How to avoid mall madness: Buy gifts at local shops

Small Business Saturday is a promotion designed to drive shoppers into independent businesses during the busy weekend after Thanksgiving. → Read More

Ship Channel Bridge switching to EZ Tag only

Beginning in the middle of January, cash won't be accepted for crossing the bridge any longer → Read More

Drones take off as popular holiday gift

With prices now below $100, wildly varying estimates predict Americans will buy hundreds of thousands – maybe more than a million – drones for Christmas → Read More

Teens saving lives through smartphone app

They carry on a lengthy discussion, a counseling session where they never speak a word to each other → Read More

Houston may ban texting while driving by year’s end

Houston is the largest city in the nation where drivers can still send texts on their cell phones while speeding down freeways. → Read More

SpaceCom: Cashing in on the Final Frontier

At SpaceCom, the Space Commerce Conference and Exposition promoted as the largest commercial space event in the world, they talked about everything from operating commercial spaceports to flying private passengers to the International Space Station. → Read More

Houston will buy 4,500 police cameras, but where goes the video?

After months of discussion and debate on technology that’s literally changed the way we look at law enforcement, the Houston City Council has decided to deploy body cameras throughout the city’s police force. → Read More

Car crashes into cell phone store in SW Houston

Luckily, there were no injuries. → Read More

Convicted killer granted parole in gay-bashing murder

Jon Buice was sentenced to 45 years in prison in the savage 1991 beating and stabbing of a banker named Paul Broussard. → Read More

US 290-610 Interchange could be high-speed rail terminal site

The Federal Railroad Administration has issued a report indicating the area around the I-610, US 290 interchange is the most likely site for a high-speed rail terminal. → Read More

Festival features flicks with real NASA footage

The festival's challenge to short filmmakers generated an impressive response, drawing more than 200 entries using NASA's images. → Read More