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Where college students can find emergency money, food and housing

College students without a financial safety net are in a tough spot when unexpected costs arise. “The chances their parents can pick up the bill are not as high,” says Sara Goldrick-Rab, a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia and...
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Fists fly as massive brawl involving woman with bat breaks out at southeast Houston apartments

Fists fly as massive brawl involving woman with bat breaks out at southeast Houston apartments

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — We’re getting our first look at video of a no holds barred brawl at an apartment complex in southeast Houston. In the shocking video, you see a woman hitting a man with a baseball bat. That...
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California Today: In San Francisco’s Housing Lottery, It’s the Luck of the Draw

The Natalie Gubb Commons in San Francisco in February. Last fall, 6,580 people applied for 95 apartment units. Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.) People told Isabel Sanchez that the housing lottery was a...
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Houston may require ‘community benefits’ from firms seeking tax breaks

Houston City Council this week will consider requiring companies seeking tax breaks to provide one of a specified list of "community benefits" for the first time as it undertakes a biennial update of its tax abatement ordinance. Applicants today get....
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Utah Jazz vs. Houston Rockets, Game 2: How to watch and listen (+live blog)

After Houston Rockets’ easy 110-96 victory in Game 1, they will face a more rested, but still shorthanded Utah Jazz team in Game 2. Here’s how to follow the game: Utah Jazz at Houston Rockets Wednesday 6 p.m. MDT Toyota...
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