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A jury sided with 22 women and their families who claimed asbestos in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer.

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But the Class 6A Tigers took it from there after dropping the first set as they won 24-26, 25-17, 25-18, 25-12 on the road.

The Woodlands ultimately prevailed with the victory in four sets, winning 22-25, 25-16, 25-12, 25-12. The Lady Highlanders are now 11-0 against Seven Lakes since 2007 and have won three straight matches since falling to Fort Bend Ridge Point in the Gold Bracket quarterfinals of the John Turner Classic in Pearland over the weekend.

Deputies with the Harris County Sheriff's Office were called to an apartment complex in the 300 block of Dominion Drive earlier Tuesday to check on the welfare of a woman.

The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce is moving forward with its branding initiative by adding adding signage to the first of 12 bus shelters along FM 1960.

Investigators say the killings were driven by the man's anger over his daughter's decision to marry a Christian man.

When the lights went out during Professor Roxanne Klassen's math class at Mesa Community College, her students were determined to keep learning.

Bullying can and does happen anywhere and everywhere, not just in class, but on social media.

Axiom branded Hometown Roots, a hydroponic farm providing locally sourced, organically raised heirloom herbs and vegetables in the Houston community.

As reported on Locke Lord’s InsureReinsure blog, the NAIC adopted a model law for the protection of the data and systems used by the insurance industry, and South Carolina became the first state to enact legislation based on the NAIC model. In doing so, however, the South Carolina legislature created some uncertainty by changing a couple of words.

Located in Houston’s vibrant Montrose District, The Printing Museum is dedicated to promoting, preserving, and sharing print history, communication, and art.