Top Houston news: 73 hate groups operate in Texas, nonprofit says; Asian food hall to open; more

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73 hate groups operate in Texas, 14 in Houston, according to nonprofit group

There were 73 hate groups operating in Texas, including 14 with roots or chapters in Houston in 2018, according to data from the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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Popular Tejano star convicted of raping his niece set to perform in Houston

Grammy-award winning Tejano star Joe Lopez of Grupo Mazz is scheduled to make his comeback debut on Dec. 13 at El Rodeo Disco in southeast Houston. He was convicted of raping his niece.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

Here's where the haze and smoke seen west of Houston is coming from

Smell the smoke? See the haze? We've found the source.

Read the full story on ABC13 Weather.

An exciting new food hall packed with Asian eateries will open in Midtown Houston

Construction permits filed with the City of Houston indicate that the location at 2300 Louisiana Street that will eventually house 1-800-Lucky in Midtown is currently undergoing renovations.

Read the full story on Eater Houston.

Meet the 46 most fascinating Houstonians of 2019

Here are the athletes, restaurateurs, business owners, philanthropists and more who dominated Houston headlines this year.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

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