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John-Henry Perera
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Whether it be from natural conditions or people just being people, satellites have captured some of the drastic changes that have occurred on our planet over time. See some "before and after" images taken overhead.

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What are some places you remember as a kid? If you're a parent, help your little Texas guy or gal form some memories of their own by visiting these great spots in our state. And feel free to share with use your childhood memories of places you visited in the comments below.

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Over the weekend, a young man had the bright idea of setting off a mortar shell on his head. When his brother found him, he said there was nothing left. Read some of the grim encounters people have had with recreational explosives.

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More than a dozen Houston TV personalities have made it to the big time. We've compiled a list of reporters, anchors, meteorologists and other on-air faces that have gone on to national fame. See if you recognize any of these big names.

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Nearly half of the workforce in the United States could be replaced by automated machines in the near future, according to a report by Oxford University. See which jobs are already in the hands of machines.

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A recent report from the Hamilton Project shows how much money U.S. metro rail operators lose per passenger. The general rule is the more compact and dense a city is, the more money it saves on each light rail or metro rider. See how much money your local rail cars are losing.

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A Swedish philosopher has come up with a radical model of a great-looking town. And we see how Houston fares in his categories. See what's right in the Bayou City, and what our town probably needs to work on.

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Sometimes, local residents are public information officers for people who don't live here. More often than not, we get some truly ridiculous questions. See what Houstonians have to deal with when out-of-towners get nosy.

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A new report shows how much a person would have to make in order to own the average home in Houston and other big cities across the U.S. Sometimes, the salary needed is low. In other cities, the situation is much worse.

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Republicans may be deeply entrenched within Texas' Legislature, but that doesn't mean they have to agree on everything. The Austin-American Statesman has noted some glaring differences between two of the state's top officials: Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Texas House Speaker Joe Straus. See how they've diverged
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