Fernando Ramirez, Houston Chronicle

Fernando Ramirez

Houston Chronicle

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Fernando:

Surviving Texas: How to stay safe vs. the state's most dangerous outdoor threats

While nature is a great way to recharge, for inexperienced adventure-seekers it always pays to be informed, especially in Texas. β†’ Read More

These are the most venomous animals in Texas

For those unacquainted with the outdoors, the Lone Star State's rich diversity of wildlife can often scare Texans out of camping. β†’ Read More

Everyday Texans line train route to bid farewell to 41

Supporters and mourners waved American flags and cheered as Bush made his way through the Texas countryside. β†’ Read More

Pregnant ABC 13 anchor says she's okay after car crash

ABC 13's weekend anchor says her and her unborn child are safe after a car crash on Wednesday night. "What a long, awful night (due to a wreck)," wrote Erica Simon on Twitter. "Very sore and car was damaged, but I thank God it wasn't worse. Baby and I are going to spend the day recovering, so I won't be on the air this evening." > What a long, awful night (due to a wreck). 😣 Very sore and car… β†’ Read More

Paul Wall teams up with Spider-Man to deliver advanced tickets to Houstonians

A Houston rapper is helping Spider-Man fans get a chance to see the new animated movie earlier than others. β†’ Read More

Texas GOP official admits he's a white nationalist

In a Facebook post, a Texas GOP official recently declared himself a white nationalist, an extremist resurgent ideology. β†’ Read More

Social media reacts to George H.W. Bush's funeral

Online, social media users mourned too, remarking on their memories of Bush in the White House. β†’ Read More

Then & now: Houston's iconic landmarks

See a before and after of Houston's most iconic spots. β†’ Read More

The craziest things to happen on Texas' highways

Texas' highways are home to some of the weirdest and wildest moments in the country. β†’ Read More

Houston's most walkable spots

See Houston's top spots for walkability. β†’ Read More

Social media reacts to George H.W. Bush motorcade leaving for D.C.

See what Texans who witnessed Bush's motorcade had to say. β†’ Read More

Front pages around the country honor President George H.W. Bush

See how newspapers around the country reacted to Bush's passing. β†’ Read More

Federal judge tells Texas man he can keep his dinosaur skull

A federal judge is allowing a Texas man to keep a dinosaur skull allegedly smuggled out of Mongolia. β†’ Read More

Take a peek inside Houston hotels named North America's most luxurious

Several Houston hotels landed in U.S. News' latest ranking of the best luxury hotels in North America. β†’ Read More

VIDEO: Baytown resident says UPS driver opened her package

A Baytown resident says a UPS driver opened her package and has the video to prove it. β†’ Read More

What to order at Houston's top restaurants

See the best dishes at Houston's top restaurants for 2018. β†’ Read More

Ted Cruz's 3 day-old beard has social media freaking out

Judging by his Twitter, it's been three days since the Texas Senator last shaved. It's led many to speculate the light facial hair is the beginning of a winter beard. β†’ Read More

New in 2018: Fun things to do in Houston

See the newest fun things to do in Houston for 2018. β†’ Read More

HPD arrests 21 suspects for prostitution-related crimes

Police said the suspects were arrested in October for either the solicitation of prostitutes or compelling prostitution, also known as pimping. β†’ Read More

Harris Co. Deputy's stalker threatens to kill him, eat his children, according to court records

Over the course of three days, Jason Keith Walden used the fake profiles and Facebook messenger app to call the deputy more than 100 times and leave threatening voicemails, according to court records. β†’ Read More