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Creole Nature Trail App Now Available in Additional Languages

The Creole Nature Trail All-American Road, also known as Louisiana’s Outback, has been brought to life with a free Smartphone application in six languages. The free app can be downloaded at the iTunes App Store or Android Market and has recently been updated to include Japanese and Mandarin Chinese.

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Stafford MSD Announces Class of 2016 Valedictorian, Salutatorian

Meet our 2016 Stafford High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian, or as we like to say, our future Pediatrician and Neurologist.

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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to Honor Our Veterans on the 40th Year Anniversary of the Vietnam War

“Memorial Day -- is a reminder to all of us who live in freedom that as President Kennedy said, ‘The price of freedom is high, but Americans have always paid it.”

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Neil Kelly to Serve As New Houston Bar Association President

Neil D. Kelly, a partner at Andrews Kurth LLP, is the new president of the Houston Bar Association (HBA), succeeding Laura Gibson of Dentons US LLP. With 11,300 members, the HBA is the fifth largest metropolitan bar association in the nation.

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Congressman Gene Green’s Health & Wellness Fair

Community Collaboration Leads to Preventive Health Screenings for Houstonians

Congressman Gene Green invites residents of the 29th Congressional District of Texas to a Community Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, May 27 at the Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center.

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Transparency in Medicine Isn't a One Way Street

A majority of Americans believe increased healthcare transparency should be a top national priority. It's easy to understand why. Rising healthcare costs, coupled with high profile stories of price-gouging at some small pharmaceutical companies, have left consumers feeling ripped off, especially when it comes to drug prices.

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Investigation into Fatal Shooting at 508 Mayford

Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of two males at 508 Mayford about 8:40 p.m. on Thursday (May 26).

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Central Intelligence to Screen as Opening Night Film & ABFF First Look Conversations

he new action comedy Central Intelligence, from director Rawson Marshall Thurber (We're the Millers, Dodgeball) will screen on opening night of the 20th American Black Film Festival on Wednesday, June 15, at the Olympia Theater, 174 East Flagler Street, Miami. The opening night film is presented by the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA), courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, in advance of its nationwide release.

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Fatal Shooting Investigation at 5900 Selinsky

Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of one man and the wounding of a male and a female at 5900 Selinsky about 9:10 p.m. on Thursday (May 26).

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Bishop James Dixon & Dr. Ed Young Partner to Help Houston Area Schools

Something great is about to happen in our community. Bishop James Dixon, Senior Pastor of Community of Faith Church and Dr. Ed Young, Senior Pastor of Second Baptist Church are launching a new visionary program together that will make a dramatic difference in the lives of children and families for years to come. The program, “Loving Kids”, will create a promising future for this generation of children. Three elementary schools initially that are located in the predominantly low income area of Acres Homes are being adopted by the two churches.

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