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 Harris County Sheriff's Office officials have identified the victims in a Wednesday night shooting rampage in Spring that killed six members of a family.

http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/spring/news/article/FedEx-disguise-divorce-among-emerging-details-in-5611869.php

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The capital-murder suspect in the shooting deaths of six members of a family at their Spring home apparently posed as a delivery man to gain entry to the house, authorities said Thursday. According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, Ron Haskell, 33, shot Stephen and Katie Stay, along with four juvenile victims, during the confrontation. Ron Lee Haskell, 33, was wearing a FedEx pullover shirt when he arrived at the home about 5:50 p.m. Wedne...
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Got a case of the seaweed blues?

Here's what else there is to do in Galveston besides go to the beach.
<p>It's the summer of seaweed in Galveston, and though it's perfectly safe (and still pretty fun) to brave the mountains of beachside weed for a dip in the Gulf, now may be the perfect time to try out all the other things Galveston has to offer.</p>
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Here are photos from the scene of a building collapse in Katy. More than 30 people have been taken to hospitals, but most injuries are minor, officials said.

http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/People-trapped-after-building-collapse-near-Katy-5582104.php

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City Council voted this week to provide each council member with $1 million to quickly fix problems in each district. But the "quickly" part may not be easy.

If you live inside the city limits, what do you think most needs fixing in your district? What would you like to see the money spent on?

READ:
http://bit.ly/councilfunds

(Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle)
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Could we fix the streets and pick up the trash. It makes Houston look bad. And promote littering tickets for littering. $250.00 per offense. 
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Crews have begun the process of burning the mansion dangling over a cliff at Lake Whitney in North Texas. 

WATCH LIVE:
http://blog.chron.com/newswatch/2014/06/live-video-crews-begin-burning-dangling-mansion-over-lake-whitney/

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Sebastien "Mr. D" Boileau moves an aerial lift to work on a mural called "Preservons la Creation" on a building at 2800 San Jacinto Tuesday in Houston. Boileau has partnered with the Texan-French Alliance for the Open the Door project and the Midtown District to produce the mural.

http://bit.ly/bigmural

( Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle )
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Business columnist Chris Tomlinson says the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case means workers need to start paying attention to the religion of their employers.
<p>U.S. Supreme Court forces employees to vet their employers religious beliefs before taking a job.</p>
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Usual liberal BS method of intolerant fear mongering. Take your birdcage liner rag of a scandal sheet and stick it up your ass.
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The Houston Area League of PC Users is calling it quits. HAL-PC once billed itself as the largest computer users group in the country, with speakers like Bill Gates regularly gracing its podium. But its members have aged and dwindled. Only 2 showed up for its last meeting.

http://blog.chron.com/techblog/2014/06/hal-pc-once-the-nations-biggest-computer-user-group-is-no-more/

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A 24-hour party breaks out when Chick-fil-A fans show up early for free chicken.
<p>Despite whatever national furor the chicken chain may have caused with its owner's public comments on same-sex marriage, new Chick-Fil-A store openings are kind of a big deal in Texas. C<span style="font-size: 13px;">hick-Fil-A on Thursday opens its newest location in Richmond, Texas - about 30 miles southwest of downtown Houston - with the company's not signature First 100 celebration.</span></p>
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This is why we are the fattest state
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The Houston Rockets' Jeremy Lin and Dwight Howard read "Mean Tweets" on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

http://blog.chron.com/ultimaterockets/2014/06/jeremy-lin-dwight-howard-read-mean-tweets/
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Our food critic, Alison Cook, gives a rare 4-star review to Killen's BBQ in Pearland. Diners stand in line for hours, and Alison says it's worth the wait.

http://www.chron.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/bbq/article/Killen-s-Barbecue-A-smoked-meat-star-is-born-5542339.php

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How early do you need to line up? I've tried 3 times and they've been closed.
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