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ConocoPhillips cutting employees in light of low oil prices

Houston-based ConocoPhillips is cutting employees as it tries to reduce operating cost.

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Shell to cut thousands of jobs to cope with long period of cheap oil

Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year as it seeks to reduce operating costs by 10 percent, the Netherlands-based company said Thursday. The company also plans to…

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Houston contractors offer to finish special needs child’s pool

The Comeaux family may be one step closer to finishing a pool for their adopted son Jamon. After their story aired Wednesday night on KPRC, nearly a dozen pool contractors reached out offering to…

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TCEQ tests water in Chambers County town for blood worms

The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality visited Old River-Winfree on Thursday to test water after many residents found worms in their tap water.

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Houston cobra: New details released

We're learning just how long a cobra may have been roaming the halls of a downtown Houston luxury high-rise apartment complex.

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Body found in home after reports of shooting, police say

Police found a body at a home in southeast Houston Wednesday afternoon after reports of a shooting.

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Sandra Bland's arrest, death takes stage at Texas Capitol hearing

The head of jail oversight in Texas wants to revise mental health screenings in county lockups following the death of Sandra Bland.

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Shelter-in-place issued for some residents in Pecan Grove due to broken gas main

A shelter-in-place was issued for some residents in Pecan Grove Thursday evening because of a broken gas main.

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Baylor College of Medicine becomes distinguished cancer center

Baylor College of Medicine has received a prestigious distinction this morning. The National Cancer Institute has awarded the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center at Baylor designation of a Comprehensive…

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Homeowner says letter carrier threw package towards front porch

A homeowner says he is upset after a postal worker threw a package towards his front porch.

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Firefighters battle 3-alarm fire at town home in SW Houston

Firefighters battled a three-alarm fire at a town home in southwest Houston for more than an hour on Thursday.

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Report: Dangerous levels of viruses, bacteria in Olympic host Rio's waters

The magic and spectacular beauty of Rio De Janeiro’s mountains, bays and beaches offer a breathtaking backdrop for the 2016 Summer Olympic games. But one year out, the waters, where swimming and…

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