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Crestwood Midstream Announces Private Offering of $500 Million of Senior Notes

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Crestwood Midstream Partners LP (“CMLP”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Crestwood Equity Partners LP (NYSE: CEQP), announced today its intention, subject to market and other conditions, to offer $500 million in aggregate principal amount of unsecured Senior Notes due 2031 (the “Notes”) in a private offering (the “Notes Offering”) that is exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”).

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Crestwood Midstream Announces Private Offering of $500 Million of Senior Notes

A return to winter-like conditions is finally on the horizon for Houston

Good morning. With winter about one-half over, I thought we might take a moment to look back at what has come, and look forward to what is left. Although the region experienced a deep freeze during the days preceding the Christmas holiday, it has otherwise been a rather warm season.

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A return to winter-like conditions is finally on the horizon for Houston

Woman fatally struck by HPD patrol car on Southwest Freeway feeder road, officials say

HOUSTON (KIAH) — A woman is dead Tuesday morning after she was hit by a Houston police patrol car. It happened along the Southwest Freeway feeder road near Wilcrest Drive just after midnight. Authorities say the HPD unit with two officers was on its way to a double shooting.

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Woman fatally struck by HPD patrol car on Southwest Freeway feeder road, officials say

Former DPS Trooper Guilty Of Two Counts Of Assault

A federal jury in Houston has found a 33-year-old former state trooper guilty of assaulting two women while on duty, announced U.S. Attorney Alamdar S. Hamdani. The jury deliberated for three hours before returning a guilty verdict against Lee Ray Boykin Jr. following a four-day trial. “My office is firmly committed to ensuring the civil rights of every person in the Southern District of Texas,” said U.S. Attorney Hamdani.

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Former DPS Trooper Guilty Of Two Counts Of Assault

5 Must Do Things in Northeast Houston

In our Must Do Things Around Greater Houston series, we take a look at Houston’s vast array of communities, neighborhoods and destinations to bring you five fun, tasty, surprising and enticing reasons you should give each one a visit. This week, we’ll look at Northeast Houston, mainly the Northeast side of Beltway 8, covering ‘hoods like Eastex/Jensen, Northline, and East Houston.

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5 Must Do Things in Northeast Houston

Southwest Used to Do Everything Right. What Happened?

Before its recent troubles, the industry giant seemed like the airline to beat. This article is part of Texas Monthly’s special fiftieth-anniversary issue. Read about the other icons that have defined Texas since 1973. On February 1, 1973, the mustachioed, cantankerous top executive of Southwest Airlines flipped open that day’s edition of the Dallas Morning News and flew into a rage.

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Southwest Used to Do Everything Right. What Happened?

Texas Supreme Court clears way for state’s education agency to take over Houston ISD

By Alex Nguyen and Alejandro Serrano, The Texas Tribune “Texas Supreme Court clears way for state’s education agency to take over Houston ISD” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.

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Texas Supreme Court clears way for state’s education agency to take over Houston ISD

HCSO: Barricaded man apparently escapes during SWAT standoff after possible domestic dispute

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted that family members are safe as the search for the man continues. HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A man who was barricaded inside his home in north Harris County has escaped after allegedly firing shots toward his wife, according to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez. The sheriff tweeted about the SWAT standoff on Hill Road near the Hardy Toll Road just before 5 a.m. A few hours later, Gonzalez tweeted that the suspect was no longer home.

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HCSO: Barricaded man apparently escapes during SWAT standoff after possible domestic dispute

The Commercialization of Space: The Final Frontier

How the aeronautical industry’s profit motive achieved escape velocity. This article is part of Texas Monthly’s special fiftieth-anniversary issue. Read about the other icons that have defined Texas since 1973. Franklin Chang Díaz, a member of the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, flew on seven space shuttle missions, tying the record for the most space flights.

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The Commercialization of Space: The Final Frontier

The Astrodome’s Decline From Eighth Wonder to Eighth Blunder of the World

Once a symbol of Houston’s wealth and ambition, the now-empty stadium no longer represents much of anything. This article is part of Texas Monthly’s special fiftieth-anniversary issue. Read about the other icons that have defined Texas since 1973. Five years ago, a nonprofit called the Astrodome Conservancy announced that Houston’s most iconic building, shuttered for more than a decade, would reopen to the public for one evening.

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The Astrodome’s Decline From Eighth Wonder to Eighth Blunder of the World

Tall Pines Quilt Guild Seeks Scholarship Applicants

The Tall Pines Quilt Guild (TPQG) is seeking applicants for their annual scholarship for high school and home school seniors who can show proof of enrollment to a trade school, community college, or four year university. The scholarship is open to students in counties where their members reside: Walker, Trinity, San Jacinto, Montgomery, Madison, Ellis, Grimes, and Houston.

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Tall Pines Quilt Guild Seeks Scholarship Applicants

Dear Denise 10: Conquering resolutions, graduation

In The Cougar’s bi-weekly anonymous advice column, I talk about resolutions and my alleged cool but mysterious personality. To submit your questions for future issues, click the Dear Denise button on our home page. Do you have any new year’s resolutions? Yes!

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Dear Denise 10: Conquering resolutions, graduation

Search underway for man accused of barricading himself inside home during SWAT standoff in NE Harris County after firing shots at wife, HCSO says

HOUSTON – Deputies with Harris County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a man accused of firing shots at his wife and then barricading himself inside a home in northeast Harris County Tuesday. Deputies received a call around 1:30 a.m. for reports about a domestic dispute at a home located in the 1500 block of Hill Road.

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Search underway for man accused of barricading himself inside home during SWAT standoff in NE Harris County after firing shots at wife, HCSO says

UGA’s Boling runs world’s top time in track event at Clemson

Expand The Bulldogs’ Matthew Boling ran one of the fastest 300-meter dash times in collegiate history to tally a win in the conclusion of the Clemson Invite on Saturday. Boling, a native of Houston, Texas, ran the first 300m of his career and finished with the second-fastest time in Georgia history and the top time in the world this year.

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UGA’s Boling runs world’s top time in track event at Clemson

After Moses Rose’s owner refuses to sell, city may use eminent domain to take it for Alamo project

A bar named for the reputed “coward of the Alamo” stands in the way of the planned $150 million museum at the historic site — but perhaps not for long. The city could take the rare action Jan. 26 of using eminent domain to acquire Moses Rose’s Hideout, at 516 E. Houston St., after several years of negotiation with the bar’s owner.

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After Moses Rose’s owner refuses to sell, city may use eminent domain to take it for Alamo project

Pediatric COVID-19 Cases on the Rise Again in Houston

Doctors and nurses in Houston hospitals are facing increases in pediatric COVID-19 cases that could lead to a rise in hospitalizations akin to the amount brought in by one of the worst spikes of Respiratory Syncytial Virus last November and December. Hospitalizations of RSV overwhelmed pediatric wards then, and have only recently decreased in the last week, said Dr. Michael Chang, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at UTHealth affiliated with Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital.

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Pediatric COVID-19 Cases on the Rise Again in Houston

Jennifer Holliday: Difference between revisions

Jennifer Holliday Background information Birth name Jennifer Yvette Holliday Born October 19, 1960 age 62) Origin Houston, Texas, U.S. Genres R&B soul pop gospel dance jazz Occupation(s) Instrument(s) Vocals Years active 1979–present Labels Jennifer Yvette Holliday (born October 19, 1960) is an American actress and singer.

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Jennifer Holliday: Difference between revisions

Possible Future Houston Texan QB C.J. Stroud Goes Pro

We know that a large portion of the Houston Texans' fan base, what remains of it, was very upset over the Texans defeating the Indianapolis Colts in Week 18, and thus losing out on the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. There was a second portion of the fan base, though, who felt okay about the whole thing, knowing that picking second would mean the Texans are assured of one of the top TWO quarterbacks.

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Possible Future Houston Texan QB C.J. Stroud Goes Pro

UNM student bookstore highlights underrepresented communities

In 2019, Robin Babb, a senior at the University of New Mexico, opened her own independent bookstore Harvest Moon Books in hopes to highlight stories written by underrepresented communities. In the three years since opening, Harvest Moon Books has gone from an online shop to an in-person shop as part of the And Stuff Retail Collective.

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UNM student bookstore highlights underrepresented communities

They did it! Team Waffles goes to world championship

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Team Waffles robotics team from Assets School soared when they became the fifth-ranked robotics team; they are the only team in Hawaii to rank in the top 10. After their latest first place win at the state robotics championship, Team Waffles is going to the World Championships.

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They did it! Team Waffles goes to world championship

Houston family with father ‘wrongfully’ imprisoned in Dubai for 15 years says he’s now dying

HOUSTON – A distraught Houston family said their patriarch has been wrongfully imprisoned in Dubai for the past 15 years with no hope of getting out in sight. Making matters worse, they say time is of the essence because his deplorable living conditions have him almost on his deathbed.

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Houston family with father ‘wrongfully’ imprisoned in Dubai for 15 years says he’s now dying

Scott, Shavers Sweep Weekly Awards for Lady Raiders

IRVING, Texas – Texas Tech senior guard Bre'Amber Scott and freshman guard Jasmine Shavers have been named Big 12 Player of the Week and Freshman of the Week, the Big 12 announced Monday. Both Scott and Shavers shined this past week, scoring a combined 63 points in the Lady Raiders 85-65 win at Kansas State on Saturday.

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Scott, Shavers Sweep Weekly Awards for Lady Raiders

Bissell Wet-Dry vacuums recalled due to fire hazard

HOUSTON - A consumer alert for those of you with a Bissell wet-dry vacuum. A possible fire hazard has led to the Consumer Product Safety Commission to issue a recall due to the battery packs in the vacuum. The company is said to have already received over 60 reports of smoke coming from the vacuum.

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Bissell Wet-Dry vacuums recalled due to fire hazard

COLUMN: Dolly Parton library brings books to young children

A recent Houston Chronicle front page headline stated “HISD students falling behind” with the important subtitle “Diminished reading skills could create domino effect.” As a former tutor, teacher, principal, school board president and longtime supporter of childhood reading programs, I want you to know poor reading skills absolutely do create a domino effect, especially in single-parent households.

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COLUMN: Dolly Parton library brings books to young children

Has a hurricane or tropical storm ever formed in January?

HOUSTON — Yes, it's true. A tropical wave has formed far away in the Atlantic, near New England, and has been given the title ‘Invest 90-L.’ An invest is a weather system that forecasters want to get additional information on. First off, this is NOT a threat to us here in Southeast Texas and it’s also got a very low chance of development.

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Has a hurricane or tropical storm ever formed in January?

General Aviation Accident Bulletin, January 16, 2023

Recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication, Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports listed here are preliminary and include only initial factual findings about crashes. You can learn more about the final probable cause on the NTSB’s website at www.ntsb.gov.

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General Aviation Accident Bulletin, January 16, 2023

Tulane vs Houston Pick – Basketball Predictions & Odds 1/17/23

Houston Cougars (17-1) vs. Tulane Green Wave (12-5) January 17, 2023 7:00 pm EDT The Line: Tulane Green Wave +10 / Houston Cougars -10; Over/Under: +148.5 (Click here for latest betting odds) The Houston Cougars and Tulane Green Wave meet Tuesday in college basketball action at the Avron B. Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse.

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Tulane vs Houston Pick – Basketball Predictions & Odds 1/17/23

Alvin Green Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- October 29, 2022, Alvin Green was injured due to an accident where a vehicle overturned at an intersection. Officials said that the accident happened at around 3:25 a.m. along the Katy Freeway service road at the intersection of Kirkwood Road. Details suggest that 46-year-old Alvin Green was in a Dodge Ram pickup traveling along the service road and took the turnaround to head westbound.

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Alvin Green Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Holiday sparks late rally as Bucks beat Pacers 132-119

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate MILWAUKEE (AP) — Jrue Holiday and the Milwaukee Bucks responded to the Indiana Pacers' fast start by delivering a dominant performance down the stretch. Holiday scored a season-high 35 points to go along with 11 assists for his third straight double-double and the Bucks rallied to beat the Pacers 132-119 on Monday.

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Holiday sparks late rally as Bucks beat Pacers 132-119