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Past articles by Adam:

2023 Tour de Houston bike ride set for Sunday

There are 20-, 40- and 60-mile rides for participants of all ages, with proceeds benefitting a reforestation program operated by the Houston Parks and Recreation Department. → Read More

Here are things to do ahead of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

From a barbecue competition to downtown parade, there are several events this week to get Houston-area residents in the rodeo spirit. → Read More

Houston’s True Anomaly takes home biggest haul from 2023 Texas craft beer competition

The EaDo brewery with NASA roots won three gold medals and two silvers at the Texas Craft Brewers Cup, earning it the distinction of 2023 Brewery of the Year. Eight other Houston-area beer makers also were awarded. → Read More

Here’s where you can celebrate Mardi Gras 2023 in and around Houston

Mardi Gras festivities are being held across Galveston and Greater Houston this weekend as well as next Tuesday. → Read More

Several Houston-area musicians, including history-making Beyoncé, up for 2023 Grammy Awards

Beyonce, already the most decorated woman in the history of the Grammys, has a chance to become its all-time winningest musician on Sunday. Lizzo is among the other Houstonians nominated for awards. → Read More

Harris County property taxes for 2022 due by January 31

Under Texas law, homeowners who are at least 65 years old or disabled may be able to defer current or delinquent property tax payments. → Read More

Houston weather: Heavy rain, strong winds expected to hit region Tuesday

A cold front is headed toward the Houston region and has the potential to bring severe weather. → Read More

Houston’s Turkey Leg Hut sued for nearly $1.3 million by national food distributor

US Foods alleges in a federal lawsuit that Turkey Leg Hut, a popular restaurant in Houston's Third Ward, has a hefty unpaid balance on produce and other food it was provided last year. → Read More

METRO could take over Houston’s sputtering bike-share program

The Houston region's mass transit is considering whether to extend a lifeline to Houston BCycle, the decade-old bike-sharing program that has made significant inroads but encountered financial difficulties. → Read More

Griff’s Irish Pub, a Houston staple since 1965, severely damaged by fire

The popular Montrose business bills itself as the oldest sports bar in Houston. Management indicated Griff's would rebuild in a social media post about the fire. → Read More

Houston weather: Arctic front arrives Thursday afternoon with below freezing temps by night

A wind chill warning will be in effect for Greater Houston from 6 p.m. Thursday through noon Friday, with a hard freeze warning from 6 p.m. Thursday through noon Saturday, according to the local National Weather Service office. → Read More

Authorities continue search for Houston man reported missing at Canyon Lake

Aamir Ali, a 22-year-old former University of Houston student, was last seen Friday night by friends he was camping with. Some of his personal belongings were found Saturday near the water. → Read More

Houston lifts boil water advisory after test samples meet safe standards

The city's boil water notice had been in place since Sunday night, after a power outage at a purification plant caused water pressure to drop below acceptable levels. → Read More

Rain in Houston’s forecast during first half of holiday weekend, potentially impacting Thanksgiving parade

It's projected to be rainy throughout the day and night Thursday, according to the National Weather Service, with precipitation likely on Friday as well. But the skies are expected to clear by Saturday. → Read More

Here’s where you can watch the 2022 World Cup in Houston

A few businesses across the city are going all out for the World Cup, which starts Sunday and concludes Dec. 18. There also are soccer-friendly bars where many of the games can be watched. → Read More

Houston weather: Prepare to get wet on way to Minute Maid Park for Game 1 of World Series

Houston's forecast for Friday calls for rain and thunderstorms, with the most severe weather expected during the late afternoon and early evening. → Read More

Parts of Harris, Brazoria counties implement burn bans as dry conditions persist into fall

Most of the Houston region is experiencing drought conditions, which could continue through much of the winter, according to a local meteorologist. → Read More

How to register to vote: Tuesday, Oct. 11 is deadline for fall election in Texas

Voter registration forms can be printed from Harris County's elections website or picked up from a government office. Completed forms must be dropped off in person, mailed or faxed by Oct. 11. → Read More

Report: Houston led nation in apartment construction during first half of 2022

According to a September report by, Houston is projected to add nearly 18,000 new apartment units for the calendar year, ranking fifth in that category and third in Texas behind Dallas and Austin. → Read More

Pleasant fall weather in Houston’s forecast for weekend and beyond

The forecast for the first weekend of October calls for clear skies, high temperatures in the 80s and lows in the 60s. → Read More