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2-1-1 equals help: United Way HELPLINE brings hope and expert assistance to Texans in need

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Many of us will never know what it feels like to face life’s challenges alone, without family or friends to turn to for help. Many of us will never know what it feels like to be scared and wi ...


Energy Matters

Beat the heat and keep your cool with a year of electricity savings

By Elizabeth Killinger

When it’s 95 degrees in the shade, there’s no space for even one more inner tube at the water park and your iPhone just let you know it’s too hot to update your Facebook feed &mda ...


Car Talk

The best cars for Texas: These unique auto awards honor the rides Lone Star State drivers truly love

By Kevin McCauley, Nic Phillips

What's the best car for Texans? A group of auto writers set out to find the answer in an exhaustive quest. ...


Third Annual Energy Day Festival

The City of Houston, University of Houston and Consumer Energy Alliance host the Third Annual Energy Day Festival, a family festival that includes more than 70 interactive exhibits for students in


Power of the Wind

Despite Pickens' wind farm woes, Texas investors shoot the breeze with new energy plans

By Claire St. Amant

T. Boone Pickens' well-publicized financial woes in the wind farm business apparently haven't deterred other Texans from seeking their fortune in the emerging energy market. Last week, ...


Real Estate Rumblings

A new 50-story skyscraper is rising in downtown Houston: Oil giant makes use of old YMCA space

By Ralph Bivins

Chevron U.S.A., calling Houston “the epicenter” of the world’s energy industry, has announced plans to construct a 50-story skyscraper in downtown Houston on Louisiana Street, not ...


Fire In The Vault

Horrendous electrical fire leaves 5 energy workers with critical burns, shuts off downtown streets

By Chris Baldwin

A sudden electrical fire in the basement of the Southwestern Bell Building downtown has put five energy workers in the hospital with "significant electrical burn injuries." The Houston Fi ...


Naughty, Naughty

Houston companies dominate worst polluters list: Are you dying for clean air?

By Whitney Radley

Want to know which companies to thank for air pollution? Take a look at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Political Economy Research Institute's recent Greenhouse 100 Polluters Index ...


Up In the Air

Southwest Airlines adds new cheap nonstop flights from Hobby — thanks to Marcellus Shale

By Whitney Radley

Southwest Airlines has launched the first-ever daily direct flights between Pittsburgh International Airport and Houston's Hobby Airport — and travelers can thank the booming oi ...


The CultureMap Interview

Houston is ready for its close up: City is the star of a hot Sundance film — with a German twist

By Jane Howze

PARK CITY, Utah —Nothing grabs the attention of a Houstonian attending the Sundance Film Festival faster than a film called Houston. Premiering as one of 12 entries in the World Cinema Dr ...


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