The 10 Biggest Houston Stories Of The Year

There are still a couple days left for earthshaking stories to take place in 2010. But since most news is bad news, let's hope the worst is over.

What were the top 10 news stories in Houston in 2010? We're so glad you asked, since we've worked up a list already. Feel free to tell us what we missed.

10. Bye-bye Yao If "news" is defined as something unexpected, then perhaps Yao Ming getting injured yet again does not qualify. But this year's stress fracture seems likely to guarantee that the fragile center has played his last game in a Rockets uniform, due to either retirement or a trade. All that 7-5 promise, never quite fulfilled.

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