Susannah Chen

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  • 14 years ago

    Geography, Dr. Michael Doran often explains, is important because it explains not only where something is but why it is where it is. At the start of this fall's semester at the main campus of the University of Houston, students struggled to get an...

  • 14 years ago

    Idle chatter blends with the clinking of dishes and the sizzle of pancakes on the grill. The smell of eggs freshly scrambled in oil wafts through the air. Cops hover over tables, chowing down bacon and toast, while men in work shirts and jeans bel...

  • 15 years ago

    At 4:30 on a May afternoon, Jason Armando Flores left his north Houston home to pick up his mother from work. He'd driven just two blocks when a deputy constable caught sight of his shiny red F-150 and noticed that he wasn't wearing his seat belt....

  • 15 years ago

    By late last year, First Colony Church of Christ had a looming crisis brought on by sheer success. The church had outgrown its 15-year-old place of worship in Sugar Land. Attendance had climbed from around 100 to more than 1,200 in a facility buil...

  • 15 years ago

    It was like a Hollywood premiere. A crowd complete with cameras heard the featured guests before they saw them. What looked like a horse trailer rolled up, and its back doors swung open. All eyes eagerly shifted downward, and the stars paraded out...

  • 15 years ago

    Attorneys Catherine Coulter and Deborah Keyser were having their regular Thursday lunch date with friends from court. As they got ready to order, Deborah's engaged sister, Sheila Wells, shared her complaint. Sheila couldn't believe how hard it was...


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