1. Houston TX has more than 500 institutions devoted to the performing and visual arts, science and history in the Houston area.
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5. Houston TX was the headquarters of Continental Airlines until its 2010 merger with United Airlines with headquarters in Chicago; regulatory approval for the merger was granted in October of that year.
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7. Houston TX has the largest number of bike commuters in Texas with over 160 miles of dedicated bikeways.
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8. Houston TX is the seat of the internationally renowned Texas Medical Center, which contains the world's largest concentration of research and healthcare institutions.
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14. In 2009, Houston TX became the first US city with a population over 1 million citizens to elect a gay mayor, by electing Annise Parker.
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15. Houston TX is a home rule city and all municipal elections in the state of Texas are nonpartisan.
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21. Houston TX has the fifth-tallest skyline in North America and 36th-tallest in the world as of 2015.
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22. Houston TX has excessive ozone levels and is routinely ranked among the most ozone-polluted cities in the United States.
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