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    Which is correct to say "She's headed to Huston" or "She's headed for Houston''?
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    Which is correct to say "She's headed to Huston" or "She's headed for Huston''?

    Ostap.
    In this case either form is OK. Although, if you mean Houston, Texas, note the spelling.

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