Officials Approve $105 Million Houston Astrodome Renovation PlanOfficials are going forward with a $105 million redevelopment of the Houston Astrodome that would include raising the ground level two floors to create about 1,400 parking spaces.
Federal Report Shows Punch Of Last Year's Hurricane HarveyThe official numbers for last year's Hurricane Harvey are in, and they go beyond the 68 dead and $125 billion in damage.
Brink's Armored Truck Worker Robbed Outside Bank In TexasHarris County sheriff's deputies and the FBI are looking for at least three men involved in the holdup of a Brink's armored truck employee.
Texas Death Row Inmate Who Won At High Court Gets Life TermA black Texas prison inmate who won a court order for a new punishment hearing because his death sentence may have been tainted by references to race has accepted a new punishment.
Study: FEMA's Houston Flood Maps Outdated Long Before HarveyAccording to research, FEMA's flood plain maps for that area missed about 75 percent of the damages from Ike, Allison, and three other storms.
Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Texas Deputy At Gas StationThe plea by Shannon Miles, of Houston, allowed him to avoid a possible death sentence for the August 2015 slaying of Darren Goforth.
Governor Abbott Delivers Houston Millions In FEMA AidTexas Gov. Greg Abbott has handed out more than $135 million in advances from the federal government to the city of Houston and surrounding Harris County.
Harvey Started With Wind, But Its Legacy Will Be WaterHarvey began with raging winds, but its legacy will be water. Seemingly endless, relentlessly insidious water -- a staggering 40 inches or more that swamped parts of Houston in just five days.
Officials Raise Death Toll To 39 As Harvey Moves OnRescuers in Texas continue to search for people left behind in Harvey's floodwaters as the downgraded storm heads to other states to dump more rain and the death toll rises to near 40.
Harris County Morgue Overflowing, Needs Big Rig To Store BodiesThe county in Texas that has had the most deaths from Harvey says its morgue is close to capacity.
Harvey Tests Political Opposites In Texas' Abbott, TurnerHarvey's devastation is testing Houston Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner and Republican Gov. Greg Abbott -- two leaders whose personal styles are as divergent as their politics.
Cell Phone Networks Have Weathered Harvey, So FarRoadways, refineries and other infrastructure have taken a beating in the Texas and Louisiana regions that were hit hardest by Harvey. But cell phone networks, so far, have remained largely functional.

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