Mayor Parker revises, narrows sermon subpoena request
Protestors gather outside of City Hall after Mayor Annise Parker and supporters of her proposed nondiscrimination ordinance announced a compromise, Tuesday, May 13, 2014, in Houston. The proposed change in the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance would ...
Ill air traveler fuels Ebola hysteria
A University of Texas professor who was on the flight said she was outraged by what she contends was a sick passenger who was told by flight attendants worried about Ebola that she would have to stay in the lavatory for the duration of the flight. "She ...
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Houston health community reacts to Texas' second Ebola case
Perfect didn't happen inside Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Still, public health officials in Houston say the CDC guidelines and protocols work. News of a U.S. health worker catching the Ebola virus is concerning, but Dr. Persse says there's no reason ...
U.S. Supreme Court blocks parts of Texas abortion law
Wendy Davis, center left, and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards greet the crowd during the Planned Parenthood Action Fund's Stand with Texas Women Rally at Discovery Green in Houston, Texas. The Rally highlighted the abortion restriction ...
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