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Freeway Projects Cause Controversy
Many of TxDOT's proposed projects will be on hold for some time.

Freeway Projects Cause Controversy

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and local officials are pushing for freeway improvements across the state. However, they have met a lot of resistance from the communities the projects would supposedly serve. Opponents of the state's various proposals have begun to unite, protesting together at major TxDOT offices. Many…

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Family of Toddler Killed by Cement Truck Sues
The boy's death has rocked the Houston area.

Family of Toddler Killed by Cement Truck Sues

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The family of a toddler who was killed last week by a falling cement truck has filed a lawsuit against the company responsible. On August 5th, a cement truck driver lost control of her vehicle and fell off of East Beltway 8 near Woodforest Blvd. The falling truck landed on…

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Texas has Big Plans for Roads, but is it enough?
Texas Roads will improve, but quality of life may not

Texas has Big Plans for Roads, but is it enough?

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Texas’s budget is in and legislatures agree that freeways are the future of Texas. The Texas Department of Transportation’s Unified Transportation Plan updated their annual plan. Here, they released their planned budget spending for the next ten years. $85 billion in total will push projects all across Texas. However, many…

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High-Speed Rail System Stationed
What Happened to the High-Speed Rail from Houston to Dallas?

High-Speed Rail System Stationed

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The excitement from the initial announcement of the High-Speed Rail System from Houston to Dallas is all but gone. At one point, residents were excited at the prospect of traveling across Texas. This would allow freedom to explore the two cities and even boost both economies. It was a win-win…

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Texas Border Crackdown ends, for Now
Millions of dollars' worth of food was wasted due to the border crackdown.

Texas Border Crackdown ends, for Now

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Commercial truckers who need to cross the Mexican border into Texas can breathe a sigh of relief. Governor Abbot finally lifted his border inspection crackdown order. The prior weeks have been absolute chaos for any commercial truck trying to cross the border. Some truckers reported a 30-hour wait to cross…

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Autonomous Trucking Coming to Houston
They will be testing their trucks on the 240-mile stretch between Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.

Autonomous Trucking Coming to Houston

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Waymo, the autonomous vehicle company, partnered with a new trucking company to test their fifth generation of "drivers". These "drivers" are actually a series of sensors and computers set up to automatically drive vehicles. They will be testing their trucks on the 240-mile stretch between Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston. Waymo…

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Amazon Goes Above and Beyond to Provide Perks for Employees
Amazon Employees and Free College Tuition

Amazon Goes Above and Beyond to Provide Perks for Employees

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Amazon has, in fact, quickly grown to be one of Houston, Texas' top employers. It will add many distribution centers and thousands of employees in the past few years as people turned to online shopping. This would be the pandemic and demand for its services surged. Now, the online retailer…

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Companies in the Lone Star State Top Forbes’ Best Employers
Standout Companies Rank High in Texas

Companies in the Lone Star State Top Forbes’ Best Employers

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Companies in Texas, according to a new list of America's Best Large Employers, from financial magazine Forbes. They are among the best. U.S. employers with at least 1,000 employees that is. Companies - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center In fact, these employers do include the University of Texas Southwestern…

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Border Security Committee Tackles Droves of Immigrants
Border Security Committee is going to be added by the Texas Legislature. Senator Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa is among the first lawmakers that are assigned to this new post.

Border Security Committee Tackles Droves of Immigrants

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Border Security Committee is going to be added by the Texas Legislature. Senator Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa is among the first lawmakers that are assiging to this new post. This assignment has been giving to Hinojosa, according to Border Report. Also, he did speak with Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Hinojosa…

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Military Communities Throughout Texas Average $15.3M in Grants

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Military communities across Texas will receive a new round of $15.3 million in grants from the Texas Military Preparedness Commission's (TMPC) Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant (DEAAG) program. This is what Governor Greg Abbott did announce. Moreover, these grants do assist military communities across the state. In fact, they may…

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