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The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, March and April 1963
Houston Metropolitan Research Center
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    Zoo Animals: Families visit the Houston Zoo
    Kemah-Seabrook Bridge: Aerial footage of the bridge connecting the cities of Kemah and Seabrook across Clear Lake. The two-arm drawbridge was constructed in the early 1960s. It was replaced in 1986 with a fixed-span bridge. 
    Constable: Cowboys meet to talk about the Salt Grass Trail Ride
    Pasadena Slaying: Police investigate a suspicious death at a home in Pasadena 
    Weave [sic]: Press welcome the arrival of Dr. Weaver. Later, a KHOU reporter interviews the gentleman about planned development in the Sharpstown neighborhood of Houston.
    Alazan Starvers, 04/02/63: Sailors organize a food drive
    Northline Center Cave In, 04/04/63: Debris litters the Northline Transit Center following a cave in. The incident also damaged the plumbing, causing serious water damage to the facility. 
    Murray, 04/08/63: Interview with Chairman William J. Murray of the Railroad Commission of Texas. Murray served on the Commission from 1947 to 1963, including six years as chairman. 
    Briscoe & Earhart [sic] on Gap Paw[?], 04/11/63: KHOU reporter Nick Gearhart questions Harris County District Attorney Frank Briscoe about opposition to capital punishment