The Bombshells bar and restaurant along Interstate 45 South will reopen this week after an agreement was reached with Harris County prosecutors.
Earlier this month, the independently owned location voluntarily closed after it was hit with a temporary restraining order related to a petition for abatement of a nuisance. The order banned that Bombshells location, at 12810 Gulf Freeway, from selling alcohol and required it to close at 9 p.m. daily.
Other Bombshells locations were not affected.
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The city of Houston remains in the running to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention along with just two other cities — Milwaukee and Miami Beach, Florida — after the fourth finalist, Denver, dropped out.
Both Politico and The Hill reported June 20 that the DNC narrowed the list of possible locations. That process eliminated four other cities that submitted proposals: Atlanta, New York, San Francisco and Birmingham, Alabama.
After Wednesday morning’s news, Denver dropped out of contention,…
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Chicago-based United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) wants nothing to do with transporting the children of parents who have entered the U.S. illegally and have been separated from their families at the border. Neither does Fort Worth-based American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL).
The two major legacy carriers have significant operations in Texas and other southwestern states where attention has been laser-focused in recent days on the plight of thousands of young children separated from parents as U.S. immigration…
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After Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump administration would be implementing a new “Zero Tolerance Policy,” stories began surfacing about family separation. Under the new policy, all immigrants found to have crossed the border illegally would be criminally prosecuted, a practice that rarely occurred before the policy was announced.
In the past weeks, the news has highlighted how the policy has led to widespread family separation on our border. Texas, specifically, has…
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The company has been expanding its presence in the city.
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The building was acquired by an out-of-town investor for $52 million in 2017.
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The Houston-based venture capital arm of California-based Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) is upping its investments.
Chevron Technology Ventures LLC has launched the Future Energy Fund with an initial commitment of $100 million, according to a June 20 press release. The new fund’s mission is to effectively invest in technology companies outside of Chevron to help the company meet future energy areas, a spokesperson said.
In particular, the fund will focus on supporting technologies that will increase…
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