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Houston Mayor: Our First Priority is to Get the Highways Clear

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Houston, Texas Mayor Annise Parker tells reporters that as soon as floodwaters recede, the city will be removing cars from the highways, and that public transit returns to a normal schedule in parts of Houston not hit by flooding.