Stories Around Texas for November 10th, 2017

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Houston’s mayor said Thursday a court order that’s letting homeless camps stay in place despite a city ordinance banning them has caused conditions at the sites to worsen, creating a growing public safety and health hazard. Click Here to read the full story.

Texas is lobbying the federal government for $61 billion just for infrastructure improvements after Hurricane Harvey, arguing that the staggering amount can help it “future proof” against coming storms rather than simply recovering from the last one. Click Here to read the full story.

Texas landowners who live along a river separating them from Oklahoma have reached a settlement with federal officials saying the Texas border lies with the meandering flow of the river. Click Here to read the full story.

In response to the Sutherland Springs shooting, an East Texas sheriff is extending an offer to churches to help increase security, and in some cases, fight back against potential attacks. Click Here to read the full story.







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