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Pressure mounts on Trump to keep migrant amnesty

Pressure mounted on President Donald Trump not to end an amnesty for people brought to the United States illegally as children,

Houston Community College Classes Start Sept. 11

 

HOUSTON [September 1, 2017] – During these past difficult days, Houston Community College (HCC) administrators and the emergency management team

SBA Stands Ready to Assist Louisiana and Texas Businesses and Residents Affected by Hurricane Harvey

 

 

 

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Brazos River Crests at Richmond Gage; Shelters Closing in Missouri City, Donations No Longer Accepted at Rec Center

 

UPDATE: 9/1 1 p.m.: As of 12:15 p.m. the Brazos River is at 55.08’, after cresting at 55.19’ earlier today.

Revised Statement: Mayor Turner asks for evacuation of inundated homes in West Houston zone

 

HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner is urging residents of dwellings with water already inside in west Houston to leave their homes.

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TRASH & DEBRIS COLLECTION INFORMATION

HOUSTON – To address the collection of disaster debris created by Hurricane Harvey, the Solid Waste Management Department will be temporarily changing the City’s

Niagara Bottling Donates More Than 2 Million Bottles of Water and Pledges $1 Million to Support Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Efforts

 

Throughout the past several days, Niagara Bottling has donated more than 2 million bottles of water to emergency relief partners

More Grocery Stores and Pharmacies Open for Business in the Fort Bend County Area

 

UPDATE: 9/1 9 a.m.: As of 7:15 a.m., the Brazos River had a level of 55.19’ and is expected to crest at 55.7’