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Houston Homeless Shelter Hanging On

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July 12, 2011 Houston Homeless Shelter Clings To Frayed Lifeline Without financial help, residents will be homeless once again ROBERT STANTON, Houston Chronicle For more than a decade, Sanders Stephenson was homeless on the streets of Houston, his pain and frustration dulled by the crack pipes he smoked daily. Today, the 60-year-old unemployed welder said […]

From Homeless Teen To NBA Draft

Jimmy Butler

June 25, 2011 Bulls’ Butler Goes From Homeless To First Round Pick Chicago Associated Press There was a time when Jimmy Butler didn’t have a home. Considering he now has one in the NBA, he sure has come a long way. Homeless for a while as a teen, Butler’s remarkable story took another turn when […]

A “Source” Says Rick Perry Is Running

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June 24, 2011 A “Source” Says Rick Perry Is Running Robin M., Care2 News So, are we really going to see a Rick Perry presidential run?  Yes, if the Daily Beast and the Wall Street Journal are to be believed.  According to the Daily Beast, who cites the Wall Street Journal, an “an informed Republican source” […]

Giffords Moved To Houston Med Rehab


January 26, 2011 via Houston Chronicle U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was transferred this morning out of an intensive care unit and into TIRR Memorial Hermann, where she is expected to begin a full-fledged rehab program after being shot in the head Jan. 8. Giffords was being treated for fluid buildup in her brain and was […]

TX Gov. Perry Pushes Sonogram Bill


January 23, 2011 Texas Gov. Perry fast tracks pre-abortion sonogram requirement Thomas Lifson, American Thinker Speaking to a pro-life rally in Austin on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade yesterday, Texas Governor Rick Perry made a promise. Chuck Lindell of the Austin American-Statesman reports: Receiving the day’s loudest and longest applause from thousands rallying against […]

Texas General Election Early Voting Begins


Texas Candidates For Governor Urge Supporters to Vote By JAY ROOT and KELLEY SHANNON – Associated Press Writers The candidates for Texas governor fanned out across the state Monday on the first day of early voting, slipping into polling places in Austin and Houston to vote for themselves before urging their supporters to do the […]

Mexican Investigator in Falcon Lake Shooting Found Decapitated

Falcon Lake sheriff interviewed about decapitated Mexican investigator

A Mexican Investigator looking into the Falcon Lake shooting of a tourist has been found decapitated.

Bill White Looks to Sun, Wind Energy For Texas


If elected governor, White promises to keep Texas the “energy capital of the world” by focusing on energy efficiency and renewable sources like wind and solar.

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