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'Workplace violence' at tire shop leads to 2 dead from shooting, suspect at large: police

HOUSTON - Authorities are investigating a deadly double shooting Sunday from what has only been described as "workplace violence" at a southeast Houston tire shop. Details are limited, but investigators were called for a shooting at a tire place in the 8300 block of Lenore St. a little after 11 a.m. Based on preliminary information by the Houston Police Department, officials only described the cause as "workplace violence."
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Umpire Mike Muchlinski leaves Houston Astros-New York Yankees game after foul tip to mask

NEW YORK -- Plate umpire Mike Muchlinski left a game between the Houston Astros and New York Yankees on Sunday two innings after taking a foul ball off his mask. Houston's Michael Brantley tipped Nestor Cortes' 92 mph fastball straight back into Muchlinski on the second pitch of the game on a hot, sunny day in the Bronx. Muchlinski staggered and was grabbed by catcher Jose Trevino, who helped the umpire steady himself.
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Umpire Muchlinski leaves Astros-Yanks after foul tip to mask

NEW YORK (AP) — Plate umpire Mike Muchlinski left a game between the Houston Astros and New York Yankees on Sunday two innings after taking a foul ball off his mask. Houston’s Michael Brantley tipped Nestor Cortes’ 92 mph fastball straight back into Muchlinski on the second pitch of the game on a hot, sunny day in the Bronx. Muchlinski staggered and was grabbed by catcher Jose Trevino, who helped the umpire steady himself.
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Astros reinstate Jeremy Pena from IL, option Chas McCormick

The Astros announced that shortstop Jeremy Pena has been reinstated from the injured list, reports Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle. Outfielder Chas McCormick was optioned to Triple-A in a corresponding move. Pena landed on the IL with thumb discomfort but has returned fairly quickly, as no serious structural damage...
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Thousands complain of illness after eating Lucky Charms, Cheerios

HOUSTON - A food-borne illness reporting website says more than 7,000 people have reported getting sick after eating Lucky Charms cereal, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating. Now the site says hundreds have complained of illness after eating Cheerios, another General Mills cereal. We wanted to know,...
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Where to Eat Indian Food in Houston

These authentic and fusion Indian restaurants serve some of the best Indian food in Houston. Indian cuisine isn’t a monolith. The Republic of India is home to a vast array of culinary styles, flavors, and ingredients, from North India’s thick curries and sauces to the herby, coconut milk–based dishes of South India. And that’s an extremely broad brush; we haven’t even dissected the varieties of street eats, seafood, and desserts that can vary from region to region.
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Dutch Bros increases imprint in Houston, will open new location in Katy in early 2023

Oregon-based coffee shop Dutch Bros is slated to open in Katy in early 2023 at the shops at Katy Reserve on 1708 Spring Green Blvd., Katy, per a press release by NewQuest Properties. Noted as the third largest coffee chain in the U.S. and one of 10 brands to watch by location intelligence and foot traffic insight tool Pacer.ai, Dutch Bros is a welcomed addition to the Houston market that fills “a missing category in the Shops at Katy Reserve,” said Kevin Sims, vice president of NewQuest.
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What’s your style: Design tips to transform any room in the house

HOUSTON – Modern or antique? Maria Sotolongo, from 50 Floor, shares the best ways to style your home, for either trend. All month long, 50 floor has a special offer for Houston Life viewers – 60% off installation on all carpet, hardwood, laminate and vinyl. To learn more...
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“We're All Just Kind Of Costuming Ourselves Every Day”

I grew up in Houston. My family was Catholic, and I went to church, youth groups, Sunday school—that kind of stuff. I went to quite a conservative all-boys Catholic school, very academic and kind of old world, with priests teaching. But through working in the school theater, I was able to figure out who I was and start to express myself. I started to make costumes for productions—when I was a sophomore, we put on Hello, Dolly! and there was this red and white-striped women’s suit in the play, 1890s style. Honestly, that suit changed my life. Seeing it onstage and on the performer was like—I just thought she was amazing. That was the moment where I saw how clothes contribute so much to a person’s character development and how they are able to express themselves. At the end of the day, we're all just kind of costuming ourselves every day.
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2022 MLB odds, picks, bets for Tuesday, June 21 from proven model: This four-way parlay pays more than 13-1

A long-dormant rivalry is renewed Tuesday night as part of a loaded 15-game MLB schedule, with the New York Mets visiting the Astros for a brief interleague series. The teams, once NL rivals who met in a memorable 1986 NLCS, will face off twice in Houston before playing two more games next week in New York. Both teams are in first place in their divisions, and they are among the favorites to win the World Series. Meanwhile, the Yankees also are in first place and continue their series with AL East rival Tampa Bay as part of tonight's slate. The Yankees are a +450 second favorite behind the Dodgers (+420) in the latest World Series futures odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the Astros (+700) and Mets (+750) also are top contenders.
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Daily Gather Brings People Together as Social Dining Storms Back

On the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, Daily Gather embraces a kind of connection that people were not able to have during times of isolation. “Our whole deal is to get around the table, put the phones away. Let's embrace this kind of face-to-face time that was taken away from us for a couple of years,” says Aaron Lyons, the founder and CEO of Five 12 Restaurant concepts.
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Rice OEDK team creates new feeding device for Houston Zoo’s red river hogs

Just steps away from Rice University, you can meet Neptune, Luna, Vidalia, Artemis and Ophelia, the Houston Zoo’s resident red river hogs. In the wild, red river hogs spend about 80% of their time foraging for food. At the zoo, it’s important for these incredibly smart animals to have engaging feeders that challenge them to hunt.
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Tookie’s serves the best burger in Texas, Reader’s Digest says

HOUSTON (CW39) — When you think of Texas, your mind can’t help but go to barbecue, but Reader’s Digest encourages foodies to head just outside of Houston for one of the country’s finest burgers. According to the publication, Tookie’s Hamburgers & More serves the best burger...
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Celebrating the Summer Solstice & International Day of Yoga at Discovery Green

HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) – June 21st is the summer solstice, the longest day and shortest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere as the earth is tilted towards the sun. The 2022 summer solstice arrives at 4:14 a.m. in Houston. At this precise moment the sun appears directly over the Tropic of Cancer — as far north as it appears in the sky all year.
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