Houston hopes to save honeybees

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HOUSTON - One Southwest Houston street has been buzzing for a while now, but all the chatter from honey bees came to a halt Wednesday.

The American Honeybee Protection Agency is removing a honeybee  infested wall from a home after a Houston City Council Member reached out,  but don't worry bee lovers out there.

The environmental group wont exterminate the bees. They'll relocate them instead. They want Houston to become a 'no-kill-honey bee' city like Austin.

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