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Victor Davis Arrested: Latest Details, Mugshot and More on Texas A&M DB

Texas A&M freshman defensive back Victor Davis was arrested in Rosenberg, Texas, on suspicion of shoplifting at a local Kohl's, per Good Bull Hunting (via Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle). The Rosenberg Police Department posted...Show More Summary

First Look: Lifetime Releases “Whitney and Bobby” Photo

Last week, the world got a glimpse of Yaya DaCosta as she put on her best Tyra Banks “smize” for her Whitney Houston biopic publicity photo. Lifetime’s biopic, chronicling Houston’s life, is currently shooting in Los Angeles, with Angela Bassett making her directorial debut. Show More Summary

Woman Stages Husband’s Suicide: Three-Year Investigation Reveals A Darker Picture

A woman is charged with staging her husband’s suicide after a three-year investigation into his death. What investigators arrived with in the man’s suicide reveals a darker picture as to what allegedly happened. Houston Chronicle reports that back in 2011 Jeane Harrington called 911 to let police know her husband, Michael Gabel, committed suicide. She

Andre Johnson 'isn't going anywhere'

Houston has a problem. However, John McClain, reporter for the Houston Chronicle, believes it will work itself out in time with Johnson remaining on the Texans' roster. Andre Johnson wants to see other teams. John McClain, reporter for...Show More Summary

Report: Texans propose to demolish Astrodome

The NFL’s Houston Texans would reportedly like to turn the old home of the Houston Oilers into a large open space. According to the Houston Chronicle, the Texans and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo have proposed knocking down the Astrodome, leaving an outdoor space to be used for a variety of events, including concerts. The proposed changes would cost $66…

Chandler Parsons to Dallas Mavericks Will Pay Huge Dividends in Playoffs

As reported by ESPN.com's Marc Stein (h/t Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen), Chandler Parsons signed a three-year, $45 million offer sheet with the Dallas Mavericks. If the Houston Rockets don't match the offer, Parsons will makeShow More Summary

This Actually Happened: Texas City Officially ‘Bans’ Undocumented Immigrant Children

The League City council in Texas actually passed a resolution on Tuesday night to ban undocumented children from entering the municipality. The Houston Chronicle reports that League City Council Member Heidi Thiess drafted the measure, which declines to accept federal requests to operate detention or processing centers in the city. Among the reasons cited were [...]

Katherine Whaley Leaving KHOU

As Darby Douglas returns to KHOU as morning traffic reporter, Katherine Whaley — who has been in that role since 2009 — is leaving the Houston CBS affiliate. The Houston Chronicle has details: Whaley, a graduate of Memorial High School...Show More Summary

HOUSTON: Haters Turn In Double The Needed Signatures To Force Repeal Vote On LGBT Rights Ordinance

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via the Houston Chronicle: Opponents of Houston's new non-discrimination ordinance turned in well more than the minimum number of signatures needed to trigger a November vote on whether to repeal the measure. A group of conservativeShow More Summary

Houston Rockets 2014 Free Agency Big Board: Ranking Top Targets Post-Draft

The Houston Rockets are still hungry. Despite general manager Daryl Morey saying otherwise at season’s end, the Rockets are clearly in the hunt for another superstar this summer. In a Q&A with Houston Chronicle’s Jonathan Feigen, Morey had said of another superstar pursuit: I don’t feel it’s necessary. Show More Summary

Clowney played through injury at pro day

Mike Florio is joined by John McClain of the Houston Chronicle to discuss Jadeveon Clowney recovering from hernia surgery and the what-ifs of drafting Johnny Manziel.

PFT Live 06/27: John McClain, PFT Planet

Mike Florio chats with John McClain of the Houston Chronicle about Jadeveon Clowney’s sports hernia and Ryan Fitzpatrick winning the starting job in Houston. Then, Florio takes calls and tweets from NFL fans.              

Rockets feel Clint Capela has huge upside

Here’s the Houston Chronicle Blog reporting on the Rockets and the 2014 NBA Draft, which took place last night: Rockets general manager Daryl Morey raved about his picks and joked that every general manager does. He said his second round acquisitions, Nick Johnson and Alessandro Gentile, could quickly compete for places in the rotation. He said [...]

Should Texans Worry About Jadeveon Clowney's Health Heading into Training Camp?

Earlier this month, Houston Texans fans received a bit of a scare when linebacker and No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney underwent sports hernia surgery. According to the Houston Chronicle's Brian T. Smith, original recovery time projections...Show More Summary

Report: Texans release backup QB T.J. Yates

Hours after first-year Texans coach Bill O'Brien named veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick the starter, the team released backup T.J. Yates, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Marketing Gimmicks: Whataburger to Launch Honey Butter and Breakfast Sausage in Grocery Stores

Whataburger's sausage on shelves Texas-based Whataburger announced its intent to put its popular Honey Butter sauce and Premium Pork Sausage on grocery store shelves this month, reports the Houston Chronicle. A year after Whataburger's 'Fancy Ketchup' hit grocery store...

Texans sign offensive tackle Will Yeatman

The Texans added some offensive line depth, a player they happen to be familiar with. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans added former Patriots and Dolphins tackle Will Yeatman. The connections he had on staff were enough to take a chance on a guy who tore his ACL in November. New…

Andre Johnson won't be joining Houston Texans at mandatory minicamp

Andre Johnson apparently is serious about his holdout. Per Brian Smith of the Houston Chronicle, Johnson will be skipping the Texans' mandatory minicamp for three days this week. Andre Johnson won't attend #Texans' mandatory Tuesday-Thursday minicamp, his adviser and uncle Andre Melton said. Show More Summary

Andre Johnson won’t be coming to mandatory minicamp

Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson hasn’t volunteered for any of the voluntary workouts this offseason. And he won’t be volunteering for the mandatory ones, either. According to Brian Smith of the Houston Chronicle, Johnson won’t be attending this week’s mandatory minicamp, via his adviser and uncle Andre Melton. That will subject Johnson to nearly $70,000…

Psychologist: Don’t blame mass shootings on mental illness

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Jeff Temple is a psychologist and a professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He’s also a columnist for the Houston Chronicle. Recently he write a column with the headline of “Don’t be so quick to blame mental illness in shootings.” He says that we shouldn’t mistake correlation for causation. He also […]

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