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Sugar Land Approves $1.6M for Crime Prevention Cameras

(SUGAR LAND, TX) — The City of Sugar Land has approved $1.6 million for 27 new crime prevention cameras.

The cameras are for license plate recognition, and we’re told the city has worked hard to assure residents the cameras are a crime-fighting tool that will not violate their civil rights. 154 more words

Local

Report: ISIS Shares Pipe Bomb Instructions for Attacks in NYC, Texas

(NEW YORK) — New York City is stepping up anti-terror security after reports surfaced that members of ISIS forums are encouraging “lone wolf” bomb attacks in New York, Las Vegas and Texas.  217 more words

National

There's 'HOPE' for Abused Animals in Houston

(HOUSTON) — The Harris County District Attorney’s Office has created a pilot program they hope will break the cycle of animal cruelty and abuse.

It’s called… 165 more words

Local

Get 55 Cent Margaritas at Casa Ole Twice a Month

(HOUSTON) — Keeping you updated on where to catch the best happy hour deals is our duty. So, here it goes: Casa Ole offers 55 cent margaritas… 94 more words

Houston

Rediscover Your City With Photography And Food

Looking at a blank page and trying to come up with a great blog post is anything but easy.  Sometimes I feel like everyone else has it all figured out and I wonder how they get all these creative ideas.   308 more words

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Mexico Celebrates Its Independence Day

Today Mexicans all over the world, including the more than 600,000 living in Houston, remember their country’s independence day.

Sept. 16, 1810, was the date Mexico won The Mexican War of Independence and was freed from Spanish ruling. 121 more words

National

No Shit, Wayne

My dad says this any time one of us states the obvious in a self-important fashion.

He’s quoting A. R. “Babe” Schwartz, a beloved former state senator and representative in the Texas legislature. 1,322 more words

Politics