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Tony Vallone, Italian Restaurateur, Passes Away At 75

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HOUSTON, TX - Well-known restaurateur and revolutionary of the Italian culinary arts, Tony Vallone, has died from natural causes. One of my favorite positions in a line of odd-jobs was working in the back of house of a contemporary diner. The love wasn't simply because of the free food. I…

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Poor Road Quality: 1/3 Of Houston Roads Deemed Unsafe

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Houston, TX - Roads throughout the city are of poor quality. Studies show that the national average for poor road quality is 26.4% poor, while Houston has a percentage higher with 28.6%. Across the country, the road quality could use an update. With more than a quarter of all US…

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Million Mile Batteries: Why Are They Important?
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Million Mile Batteries: Why Are They Important?

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The million mile battery is approaching completion. With EV pioneer Tesla at the helm, the prospects of having batteries that can drive to the Moon and back are reshaping the industry. For consumers, this means their cars will be able to circle the world numerous times. This obviously sounds great…

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Another Lockdown as COVID-19 Surges

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Houston is expecting to re-implement their lockdown procedures. While the city has opened to the public, it has seen a large increase in COVID-19 related cases and test results. The city is currently 75% open. This is to allow small businesses to continue operations while maintaining safety protocols. Unfortuantely a…

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Shooting At Gas Station Kills 1 Would-Be Robber

In the economic crunch resulting from covid-19, some take desperate measures to keep from starving. Stories over the previous weeks included those of reluctant robbers apologizing while holding clerks at gunpoint. However, whether for personal gain or just to survive, robbery comes with significant risk. One set of would-be robbers…

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CBP Arrest 28 Migrants Found In Trailer

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on, officers from US Customs and Border protection also continue their patrols. During one stop, CBP officials uncovered a trailer carrying 28 migrants traveling into the country without paperwork. When CBP officers inspected the trailer, they used trained dogs to sniff around for…

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Restaurants Around Houston Sell Off Supplies

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Restaurants in the Houston area found a new way to to conduct business during the mandatory closure of dine-in service. With orders for nonessential businesses to close during the coronavirus pandemic, selling supplies to customers proves a valuable alternative to table service. Since the first warnings gripped the national conscious,…

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Sanitizer, Toilet Paper Stolen From Restaurants

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As outbreak fears travel faster than the actual virus they result from, Houston area businesses discover missing sanitizer bottles and toilet paper. In an interview with Click2Houston.com, local business owner Rich Andrews relayed his troubles regarding the sudden disappearance of supplies. He noticed the small sanitizer bottled placed out on…

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Early Voting In Texas Begins Today

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In the run-up to Super Tuesday's election, early voting polls provide Texans with the opportunity to cast their ballot early. Beginning Tuesday the 18th, early voting polls remain open for a period of 10 days, concluding on the 28th. Of course, missing the early voting period still leaves voters the…

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