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Local Private ER Tells COVID-19 Patient He Could Be Sent Out of State

14 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
One Houston resident with COVID-19 was told on Friday by the private emergency room facility he visited that if he needed to be hospitalized, he could possibly be sent out of state due to limited local hospital bed capacity, the Houston Press has learned. The patient in question, who requested...
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Texan Leaders Talked COVID-19 and Reopening Strategy in ABC13 Town Hall

2 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
If there’s one thing we learned from Thursday evening’s “Reopening Texas” virtual town hall on ABC13, it’s that even those who control the levers of power in the state’s political, business and media worlds still have to deal with the awkwardness of remote video conferencing, just like us everyday Texans...
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Openings and Closings: The Rustic is Coming Uptown, Hay Merchant Reopens [Updated]

2 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Since March 17, our Openings and Closings column has been a mix of closures, both temporary and permanent, reopenings and a few openings. As Texas reopened, we saw some restaurants jump right back in the water while others dipped in a toe or two. Others still remained unconvinced and continued...
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A Sign Of The Times: Antonio Eyez Releases New Single "Last Days"

2 days ago by Gladys Fuentes
“Say Their Names” has become a rally call for those who say there have been years of racial injustice, systemic racism and police brutality and that the names of victims shouldn't be forgotten. Local artist Antonio Eyez released a new single “Last Days” along with a powerful video to express...
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Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Celebrate the Fourth With Fried Chicken, Fajitas and More

2 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
As Gov. Greg Abbott’s stay-at-home executive order has now expired, restaurants are beginning to open back up, while many have continued to go the takeout route. This weekend, we’re sharing five fantastic dining options from restaurants around town, covering both dine-in and curbside service. Note: Anyone who may have recently...
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Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
Hamilton

2 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: Hamilton Describe This Movie In One Simpsons Quote: MISS HOOVER: Bart, do you want to play John Wilkes Booth, or do you want to act like a maniac? Brief Plot Synopsis: Musical responsible for the second-funniest line in Knives Out gets a theatrical streaming release. Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The...
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Gov. Abbott Issues Mandatory Statewide Mask Order as Positive COID-19 Cases Continue to Spike

3 days ago by Margaret Downing
An unmasked Gov. Abbott announced today that he was ordering everyone in Texas living in counties with 20 or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 to wear a mask or other face covering while out in public. Trying to make the case that he was not reversing course in any sense,...
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Former HPD Cops Face New Charges in Connection with Fatal 2019 Drug Raid

3 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
On Wednesday evening, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announced 15 new felony charges against six former Houston Police Department officers connected to the January 2019 drug raid gone awry that led to the deaths of married couple Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas. The new charges came about from the...
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City of Houston Will Have Fireworks, But Wants You to Watch from a Distance

3 days ago by Jeff Balke
The city has canceled the annual Freedom Over Texas event they hold every year in downtown Houston due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. This was not unexpected given the state order mandating no crowds larger than 100. Freedom draws thousands of Independence Day revelers each year. But, the...
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Bestselling Author Scott Turow Goes Back to the Courtroom For The Last Trial

3 days ago by Margaret Downing
The Last Trial By Scott Turow Grand Central Publishing 449 pages $29.00 The prologue begins with a woman screaming. The lead counsel has collapsed at the defense table. The defendant, a celebrated physician, yells that the elderly attorney has no pulse. The old man's granddaughter runs from the courtroom as...

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