Mar 1, 2024 - News

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🚗 Mayor John Whitmire rebutted claims that leadership at Trinity Downtown, a Lutheran church opposed to the recent pedestrian safety improvements along Houston Avenue, played a role in his decision to remove the improvements. (Houston Public Media)

💸 Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg called out Sean Teare, a Democrat challenging Ogg in the March 5 primary, for being "funded by George Soros." (Houston Chronicle)

🚒 The wildfire in the Texas Panhandle is now the largest in state history, engulfing an area larger than Rhode Island. (Texas Tribune)

  • An 83-year-old woman has died. (AP)
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