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Harvey Closures Could Threaten to Strand Permian Basin Oil

More than 500 miles from the flooding in Houston, oil fields in the Permian Basin are dry – but that doesn’t mean that they won’t feel the impact of Hurricane Harvey.

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UPDATE: Rescued People Struggling To Get To Shelters, Emmett Says

Residents west of the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in Houston are being advised to evacuate their homes on Monday, via Houston Public Media.

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Indie Theaters in Texas Will Show “The Interview” on Christmas

It turns out some Texans will have a chance to see the controversial Seth Rogan comedy The Interview after all. Sony had initially pulled the film after threats against theaters that were planning to run it. But on Tuesday, the independent … Continue reading

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How the Coast Guard is Managing Oil Spill Volunteers

Volunteers Warned Phones with Photos of Oiled Beaches Could Be Confiscated When a barge carrying fuel oil collided with a ship last month off Galveston Island, hundreds of people began signing up to help. For days now, volunteers have been … Continue reading

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