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15- Year old teen missing in Northwest Houston October 11, 2017 12:31

Police are searching for a 15-year-old teen that has been missing for a week. The 15-year-old teen was identified as Isabella McCarble; she was last seen at her home on Oct 3rd around 8.30 pm.She…

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President Trump Donates To Houston Humane Society September 15, 2017 12:41

President Trump has given a sizable donation to Houston’s Humane Society. President and first lady sent a letter and $25000 to the Houston Humane Society to help with ongoing rescue and housing efforts after Hurricane…

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9/11 Memorial; 16 years passed September 11, 2017 07:24

It’s been 16 years of Sep11th 2001, this fateful day has left scares on many hearts in America. The Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda with its 19 militants hijacked four airplanes and carried out a series…

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Restaurants face numerous Challenges to get back into business after Harvey September 06, 2017 13:21

Hurricane Harvey has left a lasting impact on Houston. Houston Restaurants are trying to get back into business to function normally after ten days of disaster. Recovery of business is going to take time; the…

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Houston Police Sgt. Drowns in Flood On His Way To Work August 30, 2017 09:29

Harvey has been a record shattering tropical storm in U.S, this storm has broke all the previous rainfall records, thousands of people under evacuation orders and many people carving to hear about their loved ones…

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Hurricane Harvey Damages To Cost Billions For Recovery August 29, 2017 05:49

The Unsparing storm that hit Houston is considered as one of the costliest natural disaster, with tens of billions in lost economy and property damages across the region.The Houston metropolitan area, the nation’s fifth largest…

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A First Grader On Mission To Hydrate Fire Fighters August 23, 2017 09:30

A local first grader is on mission to hydrate fire fighters. It all started when this little one noticed her mother taking Gatorade to her fire fighter uncle every summer, that made her wonder why…

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Americans to View Solar Eclipse for the first time in 99 years August 21, 2017 10:45

On Monday Aug 21st, Americans will be viewing total solar eclipse one of nature’s most awe inspiring sights after 99 years, The last solar eclipse was seen on june8,1918. This path where the moon will…

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Obama’s Tweet Breaks Records on Twitter August 17, 2017 07:18

Twitter is a social media platform, where we could express our views through tweets. Barack-Obama’s response on violence in Charlottesville, has become the most liked tweet in Twitter’s history on 15th Aug, according to representatives…

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Trump Has Continued with Obama’s Indian Policy, Says Raja Krishnamoorthi August 11, 2017 07:09

President Trump has continued with the Indian Policy of his predecessor Barack Obama and the support for the Indo-US relationship transforms political parties here, said an influential Indian-American lawmaker.“I think his Indian policy has so…

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NRI’s In US Celebrate Cabinet’s Decision On Extension Of Proxy Voting August 10, 2017 07:30

The large non-resident Indian Community in the US has welcomed the recent decision of the union cabinet to extend Proxy Voting to Overseas Indians.“We welcome this move" Said Thomas Abraham, Chairman of the Global Organization…

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Really crazy laws in America July 12, 2017 09:04

There are some strange laws in America that you probably have no idea about. Here are the four of the wackiest ones that will have you laughing and scratching your head. Do Not Ride a…

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