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The James Beard Foundation Awards -- the Academy Awards of the food world -- were distributed Monday night in New York, and it was a victory for women but a shutout for Southern California. The winner for outstanding chef, the last award in a long,...
Few people know the 32 NFL teams better than the writers who cover those teams on a day-to-day basis. Those beat writers made the selections for this mock draft, choosing the players as if Thursday night were to unfold this way: 1. KANSAS CITY (Adam...
At least two people were wounded in a Tuesday shooting at Lone Star College in north Houston, according to initial reports. Helicopter video, carried by CNN, showed at least one victim wearing a neck brace being wheeled on a stretcher to an ambulance....
Jeff Millar, the wordsmith behind the long-running comic strip "Tank McNamara," which evolved into a biting satire of the sports world, died Nov. 30. He was 70. The Texas native, who also was a longtime film critic and columnist for the Houston...
Former President George H.W. Bush is being treated for bronchitis in Houston’s Methodist Hospital, officials there confirmed Thursday. Bush, 88, has been in and out of the Texas Medical Center for treatment and is scheduled to be released within...
Alexandra “Sasha” McHale, the 23-year-old daughter of Houston Rockets Coach Kevin McHale and his wife, Lynn, died Saturday. McHale and the team have released no details regarding her death. Kevin McHale has been on leave since Nov. 10 to deal...
The demise of the Hearst newspaper empire in Los Angeles began in 1962 when publisher George Randolph Hearst Jr. abandoned the morning newspaper market. Hearst and the company that owned the Los Angeles Times made what some viewed as a back-room deal: At...
Olympic BMX cyclist Kyle Bennett, the first bicycle motocross rider to qualify for the three-person United States men's team when the sport made its debut at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, died Sunday in a car accident in eastern Texas. He was 33....
WASHINGTON -- Sorry, Houston, you didn’t get a space shuttle, but at least you’ll get a glimpse of the last one to fly -- on its way to L.A. NASA’s plans for delivering the retired shuttle Endeavour to its permanent home in California...
Tags: Justin Bieber, Science, Atlantis, NASA, Science and Technology
Dr. R. Palmer Beasley, an epidemiologist whose pivotal research on hepatitis B in Taiwan first linked the virus to liver cancer, died Saturday of pancreatic cancer at his home in Houston. He was 76. His death was announced by the University of Texas...
The Menil Collection in Texas is attempting to save a painting by Pablo Picasso that was vandalized recently with spray paint. The incident, which was captured on video and posted to YouTube, involved a man using black spray paint to deface Picasso's 1932...
Tags: Pablo Picasso, The Getty, Arts, Artists, Museums
Underwear model and cultural icon David Beckham is leaving soccer behind. Beckham announced Thursday that he is retiring from the sport that made him famous, ending a career that's included stints with Manchester United, Real Madrid, the Los Angeles...
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