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Continental Airlines opens up a new route today: a direct daily flight from Houston to Nigeria. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with John Campbell, former US ambassador to Nigeria, about the threat posed by the Islamic extremist movement, "Boko Haram".
The Afghanistan drawdown is scheduled to begin this month. But we still don't know which generals will be choosing which enlisted men and women to come home. Meanwhile, military families across the country wait.
Violence in Mexico is not just taking a toll along the border. It's impacting tourism to the country's interior.The World's Jason Margolis has more from San Miguel de Allende, a popular tourist destination in central Mexico.
When Hurricane Ike tore through the Texas Gulf coast, the region's 160,000 Vietnamese Americans knew where to turn for information. For four days, Radio Saigon Houston struggled to stay on air, keeping Vietnamese-Americans in Texas informed.
Texans headed to the polls in large numbers yesterday to vote in the primary election for gubernatorial candidates. The Republican race was particularly heated, but incumbent Rick Perry came out on top.
Day 36: oil is still gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. We talk with Sharon Schmalz, the executive director of Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education in Houston, Texas. She helps instruct volunteers on the proper way to clean an animal covered in oil.
KUHF reporter Melissa Galvez took to the streets of Houston, Texas, and asked residents if the BP oil disaster changed the way they consume gas. She covered this for our friends Transportation Nation. The majority of responses she got was ? no.