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Police say three people, each out for a daytime walk near the Heights and Rice Military neighborhoods, were held up at gunpoint by a group... [Read More]
Police say three people, each out for a daytime walk near the Heights and Rice Military neighborhoods, were held up at gunpoint by a group... [Read More]
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A visit to the Texas Department of Public Safety branch created a real scare for a Liberty County woman. [Read More]
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Wednesday's school shooting in Florida has reignited the debate over the weapon used to kill people. [Read More]
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Homeowners receiving help from a Harvey recovery program are questioning how the state selects those who do the job. [Read More]
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A state program aimed to help Harvey victims, left one Houston family wondering what went wrong. [Read More]
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Hurricane Harvey continues to present problems for some neighbors, especially now with it being tax season. [Read More]
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More than five months after Hurricane Harvey came through, Elizabeth Faulk's childhood home is still in shambles. [Read More]
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This crew not only cleans up from the bloodiest of scenes. They are also the ones to call for hoarding solutions. [Read More]
Les Alexander left the Houston Rockets behind but not the prized items of the team's success after last year's ownership change. [Read More]
A Pasadena Independent School District student suspended for allegedly using drugs said it was a medical condition that got her suspended, not a substance. [Read More]
A Pasadena Independent School District student suspended for allegedly using drugs said it was a medical condition that got her suspended, not a substance. [Read More]
More than a month after Hurricane Harvey hit, leaders in northeast Houston are still trying to get help to those who haven't cleaned their homes. [Read More]
After two kids were killed over the weekend handling guns, some parents took it as a lesson to teach their kids about gun safety. [Read More]
Authorities expect boating to resume tomorrow after a plant leaked a chemical mixture into Dickinson Bayou. [Read More]
Authorities expect boating to resume tomorrow after a plant leaked a chemical mixture into Dickinson Bayou. [Read More]
The frigid conditions left Houston Public Works with some mind boggling numbers. [Read More]
Damon Wattell, Jr., is in custody after he allegedly stole a Lone Star College student's iPhone and then dragged him several feet outside his car. [Read More]
A number of Houston metro businesses were impacted by the wintry weather, hurting revenue for some but creating a boost for others. [Read More]
Surveillance images allegedly show one of The Salvation Army's own stealing from the charity during Christmas in Houston. [Read More]
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