31 min ago
Two charged in deadly crime spree
Two men have been charged in a crime spree that began with a fatal shooting at a southwest Houston apartment complex and ended with a robbery hours later at a popular restaurant.
Trending on the Topix Network
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Smartphones could drastically change the way we diagnose disease - without an app
Currently, advanced diagnostic tests can require around $200,000 worth of equipment in order to read results.
Emery County Progress
Emery County Business Chamber to host banquet
The Emery County Business Chamber Cordially invites you to the Annual Awards Banquet With guest speakers Delynn Fielding and Jeff Beicker from Rock River Resources.
Rachel Vacek | Movers & Shakers 2014 a " Innovators
As head of web services for the University of Houston Libraries, Rachel Vacek and those in her department develop, integrate, and maintain the various systems that make up the library's digital presence.
Accidents happen, even in hotels
Late one night in an Austrian hotel, Ed Perkins was returning to bed after answering nature's knock when he tripped and cut his head on a piece of furniture.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
UH researcher strengthens link between Quran and Bible
By researching the Quran in Arabic and the four Gospels of the Bible in Aramaic, a language common to most of the Middle East in the 7th century A.D., a University of Houston professor says he has established links between the Quran and the Bible.
Will Houston Demolish Its Iconic 'Art Barn'?
The city of Houston might lose a 45-year-old artistic landmark. Dubbed "The Art Barn," the corrugated metal building at Rice University was constructed by arts patrons John and Dominique de Menil over 10 short weeks in 1969 to house the MoMA exhibition Machine: As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age .
City of immigrants: University of Houston Law Center celebrates four success stories
What: Four leading Houstonians were honored for their outstanding achievements in their careers and in the community since immigrating to the United States.
The Coal Industry Uses The Polar Vortex To Argue For More Coal. Here's Why It's Wrong.
According to Bloomberg , the coal industry is using the blackouts during the polar vortex to argue for a new lease on life.
Infection Control Today
Diagnosing Diseases with Smartphones
Left: The system being developed by UH Cullen College of Engineering researchers diagnoses disease by blocking holes with pathogens and some other connected material, in this case silver particles, preventing light from shining through.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Divers Travel to Minnesota for Zone Competition
The Nebraska divers travel to Minneapolis, Minn., on Monday, Mar. 10, for the 2014 NCAA Zone D Diving Championships held at the University of Minnesota's Aquatic Center.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Focus is on Davis, but Turnout Down in Both Parties
Much of the partisan analysis of Tuesday's primary elections parceled out across social media has focused on trying to spin Wendy Davis ' victory in the Democratic gubernatorial primary as a loss.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Houston gets a new edgy arts festival based on a trendy Austin staple: Ready for CounterCurrent?
Wu Tsang's Moved by Motion featuring boychild is set in a futuristic backdrop in which digital avatars and online profiles come alive.
Researchers identify target for shutting down growth of prostate cancer cells
Scientists at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified an important step toward potentially shutting down the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Log Cabin Democrat
Miss Courtney Ann Vaughan and Mr. Stuart Alan Jaynes, both of Houston, Texas, have announced their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
Caroline Goeser leaves the Cleveland Museum of Art for top education post at the MFA Houston
Caroline Goeser is leaving the Cleveland Museum of Art after six years to join the Museum of Fine Arts Houston as its top educator.
Tea Party Not Dead After All
If you listened to some of the national experts on networks like CNN or MSNBC you might have thought the time had come and gone.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Utah vocalist, Michigan contestants round out Flint Byrd Competition finalists
Singer Abigail Levis came to Flint all the way from Salt Lake City, Utah, to compete in a yearly Flint Institute of Music competition on Saturday, March 1, and she's going home with thousands of dollars and a future performance with the Flint Symphony Orchestra.
The Washington Post
English legal history: answers, and a further question
Yesterday , I posted some questions from my English Legal History exam. Below is another question.
Fort Bend Star
Lamar CISD names two assistant principals
Keschia Jones is the new assistant principal at Terry High School. A graduate of the University of Houston, Jones has her master's from the University of Houston at Victoria.