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  • 15 years ago

    Nothing scared Ginny Anderson more than learning about groundwater contamination more than ten years ago. It was suspected of causing some cancers and even deaths in the section of Brazoria County between Friendswood and Pearland, a place she call...

  • 15 years ago

    An anxious Leah Caldwell took the stage last month at the junior assembly of Cypress Springs High School, only one big step away from her quest to win a free trip to the nation's capital. She was vying for the Bill Archer Internship Program, a one...

  • 15 years ago

    As a young boy 30 years ago, Jonathan Jackson would wake up Saturdays eagerly anticipating the day. He and his father had made a morning ritual of strolling down the streets of his Third Ward neighborhood -- an affluent community of doctors, lawye...

  • 15 years ago

    Louis Haynes was puzzled the first time he noticed that the lights were out on the school zone traffic sign at J. Will Jones Elementary. Maintenance crews opened the metal box attached to the sign pole and quickly diagnosed the problem. The low-vo...

  • 15 years ago

    The eight or so meteorologists at the Institute for Storm Research worked frantically to calculate the path of a big disturbance rumbling across the Gulf of Mexico toward the coast in 1987. They relied on the latest available computerized charts l...

  • 15 years ago

    Barbara Canetti could not believe her children's teachers. Every school year, from day one, it was TAAS this, TAAS that, TAAS the other. "I had to go to my son's teacher when he was in the fifth grade and tell her that there needs to be a moratori...

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