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No Classes In Houston After Overnight Flooding, More Storms Expected

HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — An overnight storm dumped heavy rain in and around the Houston area. High water is such an issue that schools shut down Friday in the flood-prone city. 231 more words

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Harris County Appraisal District Values Off By 20% For One In Six Houses

Harris County Appraisal District (HCAD) values are much less reliable for older homes than for homes built after 1990. For homes built in 1990 or later, HCAD is typically within 8% of market value.

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Damage After Fire At Texas Home Of Heavyweight Champ George Foreman

HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Damage is being reported after a fire at the Texas home of former heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman.

Authorities say the accidental fire in the garage damaged the actual structure and several vehicles, but caused no injuries. 150 more words

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Damage After Fire At Texas Home Of Heavyweight Champ George Foreman

HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Damage is being reported after a fire at the Texas home of former heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman.

Authorities say the accidental fire in the garage damaged the actual structure and several vehicles, but caused no injuries. 150 more words

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Worker Falls To Death At Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown Near Houston

SPRING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A worker fell to his death from a structure at the Houston-area Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown amid preparations to open next month for the season, authorities say. 139 more words

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A Short Local Nightmare Is Over

There are plenty of opinions, legal and otherwise, regarding the accidental resignation of Judge Bill McCleod from his County Court at Law #4 post. No doubt, he has quite a fan base that he worked hard to build by literally being everywhere during his campaigns for office over the years. 579 more words

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Worker At Deadly Chemical Plant Fire In Texas Files Lawsuit

HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A worker injured in a fire this week at a Harris County chemical plant is suing the company for more than $1 million in damages. 125 more words

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