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Mr. Haynes inherited the mantle of the legendary Texas lawyer Percy Foreman when he began compiling a spectacular record of acquittals in seemingly unwinnable cases
Jay Hebert's Birdie Beats Venturi on 19th Hole; PLAY-OFF DECIDED IN 'SUDDEN DEATH' Hebert Wins Houston Golf on Eight-Foot Putt After He and Venturi Card 69's
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Robert R. Herring, chairman of the Houston Natural Gas Corporation, died yesterday in St. Luke's Hospital after a long illness. He was 60 years old.
From a studio in the Bronx, she introduced listeners to artists from a wide range of genres. She was also a mentor to the stars, and a sometime-confidante.
The 15-story building had been inspected hours before the accident.
As young patients fill new virus wards, Houston Methodist is calling nurses to work extra shifts and ramping up its testing efforts.
Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, June 10, 2020.
The funeral served as both a national reckoning and a moment of personal mourning. The Rev. Al Sharpton demanded more action against police brutality.
A blast woke Houston residents from sleep in the early hours of Friday morning, shattering windows and scattering debris. The two fatalities were believed to be employees of the plant, officials said.
Mr. McNair, who was awarded the franchise that became the Texans, gave to many charitable causes. More recently, he was criticized for remarks about national anthem protests.
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He first gained wide recognition for his work with John Coltrane. He went on to a fertile, prolific career, releasing dozens of albums as a leader.
She was largely unknown to the public when she was cast as what the American Film Institute called one of cinema’s most memorable villains.
He and his wife, Cathy Conn, had a Top 10 single with “Reach Out of the Darkness” as Friend & Lover in 1968. It’s still played today, but it was their only hit.