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  • Allegation of Bias Sparks New EPA Study of San Jacinto Waste Pits

    Allegation of Bias Sparks New EPA Study of San Jacinto Waste Pits

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:18:28 GMT
    There's been a major development in the battle over a huge toxic waste dump on the San Jacinto River.Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan says the Environmental Protection Agency is being fed science tainted by bias and it appears the EPA is listening and acting on the charge.The half century old Superfund site on the San Jacinto River is the responsibility of International Paper and Houston based Waste Management.As the responsible parties for the tons of poisonous Dioxin stored there, the EPA ...
    There's been a major development in the battle over a huge toxic waste dump on the San Jacinto River.Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan says the Environmental Protection Agency is being fed science tainted by bias and it appears the EPA is listening and acting on the charge.The half century old Superfund site on the San Jacinto River is the responsibility of International Paper and Houston based Waste Management.As the responsible parties for the tons of poisonous Dioxin stored there, the EPA ...
  • Houston Eats: Nara Sushi

    Houston Eats: Nara Sushi

  • 90 year old woman's anger leads to standoff with police

    90 year old woman's anger leads to standoff with police

     

  • Ebola virus sparks travel warning

    Ebola virus sparks travel warning

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:25 PM EDT2014-07-31 23:25:32 GMT
    The Ebola outbreak might be happening in Africa.. but the front line in the battle against it is right here in Galveston.It's a race against the clock at UTMB. they are trying to develop a vaccine for the deadly Ebola virus. The bad news IS it's not ready yet.. The good news says Dr. Jim Leduc says they're getting close."They stage we are in now is actually challenging laboratory animals with the live ebola virus to see if the vaccine works and so far it looks quite promising."Leduc says they...
    The Ebola outbreak might be happening in Africa.. but the front line in the battle against it is right here in Galveston.It's a race against the clock at UTMB. they are trying to develop a vaccine for the deadly Ebola virus. The bad news IS it's not ready yet.. The good news says Dr. Jim Leduc says they're getting close."They stage we are in now is actually challenging laboratory animals with the live ebola virus to see if the vaccine works and so far it looks quite promising."Leduc says they...
  • Protecting the undocumented children

    Protecting the undocumented children

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:18 PM EDT2014-07-31 23:18:22 GMT
    36 years after he arrived in the United States, Steven Dieu took his place as an assistant Harris county attorney at a news conference addressing the recent surge of undocumented immigrants crossing the nations southern border. Dieu made a similar trip as a fifteen year old, when he left war-torn Vietnam and arrived here undocumented and without his parents."When you're faced with death or no future anything is better," he said of his terrifying journey. "Even if there's just one percent chan...
    36 years after he arrived in the United States, Steven Dieu took his place as an assistant Harris county attorney at a news conference addressing the recent surge of undocumented immigrants crossing the nations southern border. Dieu made a similar trip as a fifteen year old, when he left war-torn Vietnam and arrived here undocumented and without his parents."When you're faced with death or no future anything is better," he said of his terrifying journey. "Even if there's just one percent chan...
  • Church thief captured, brought to Houston jail

    Church thief captured, brought to Houston jail

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:14 PM EDT2014-07-31 23:14:02 GMT
    A Harris County woman is behind bars for breaking the Eighth Commandment, "Thou shall not steal." She was caught on camera stealing a wallet inside a Houston-area church. But Cynthia Martinez somehow managed to flee.
    A Harris County woman is behind bars for breaking the Eighth Commandment, "Thou shall not steal." She was caught on camera stealing a wallet inside a Houston-area church. But Cynthia Martinez somehow managed to flee.
  • Police searching for man who barricaded himself in apartment unit

    Police searching for man who barricaded himself in apartment unit

    Thursday, July 31 2014 6:49 PM EDT2014-07-31 22:49:49 GMT
    No one was harmed during a 4-hour standoff between police and a man who had locked himself inside a southeast Houston apartment unit, but officers are searching for the that man.
    No one was harmed during a 4-hour standoff between police and a man who had locked himself inside a southeast Houston apartment unit, but officers are searching for the that man.
  • Teen injured attempting 'fire challenge'

    Teen injured attempting 'fire challenge'

    Thursday, July 31 2014 6:22 PM EDT2014-07-31 22:22:18 GMT
    A dare posed by a young girl to her brother led to the 14-year-old boy suffering from second-degree burns. The dare was based on the 'fire challenge,' a dangerous online social media-driven trend.
    A dare posed by a young girl to her brother led to the 14-year-old boy suffering from second-degree burns. The dare was based on the 'fire challenge,' a dangerous online social media-driven trend.
  • MMA trained clerk fights crooks

    MMA trained clerk fights crooks

  • Suspect in videotaped Houston church theft caught

    Suspect in videotaped Houston church theft caught

    A suspect has been charged with stealing from a purse during a 2011 Houston church service in a theft recorded on security video.
    A suspect has been charged with stealing from a purse during a 2011 Houston church service in a theft recorded on security video.
  • $10 million for East End overpass.

    $10 million for East End overpass.

    Thursday, July 31 2014 1:20 AM EDT2014-07-31 05:20:32 GMT
    In the heart of the East End, at whatever intersection you stop, you will notice it's a busy community.A once very humble Harrisburg street now has a new look to it, and it's all because of a new light rail line in the community, which has revitalized the area..However, not all is pretty.For several blocks, this is what residents say they have been seeing for years. ....no rail, no construction crews, and no movement at all.“That’s coming. That’s here. What’s missing is this part, which will ...
    In the heart of the East End, at whatever intersection you stop, you will notice it's a busy community.A once very humble Harrisburg street now has a new look to it, and it's all because of a new light rail line in the community, which has revitalized the area..However, not all is pretty.For several blocks, this is what residents say they have been seeing for years. ....no rail, no construction crews, and no movement at all.“That’s coming. That’s here. What’s missing is this part, which will ...
  • Launch Academy - Moving Autistic Kids to Employment, Independent Living

    Launch Academy - Moving Autistic Kids to Employment, Independent Living

    Thursday, July 31 2014 1:18 AM EDT2014-07-31 05:18:14 GMT
    The sofa has become the symbolic enemy of every mother and father raising a special needs child.That's because each of these parents genuinely fears their kid will graduate from school to the couch and never get off.To head off this heartache, a cutting edge school has emerged in Sugarland. It's called Launch Academy, a place where teens with autism literally rehearse full-time for the real life to come."What it comes down to is they don't have a community. They have never graduated or been p...
    The sofa has become the symbolic enemy of every mother and father raising a special needs child.That's because each of these parents genuinely fears their kid will graduate from school to the couch and never get off.To head off this heartache, a cutting edge school has emerged in Sugarland. It's called Launch Academy, a place where teens with autism literally rehearse full-time for the real life to come."What it comes down to is they don't have a community. They have never graduated or been p...
  • YOUNG CYPRESS CANCER PATIENT “DOC FOR A DAY”

    YOUNG CYPRESS CANCER PATIENT “DOC FOR A DAY”

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 11:12 PM EDT2014-07-31 03:12:35 GMT
    The doctor is in and her name is Raelyn Cutbirth. "She's a beautiful, amazing, hilarious little girl," said David Cutbirth, her father.At just 4-years-old the little beauty is beaming with joy after she got to be a veterinarian for a day at the Animal Medical Center of Cypress. "This is the ultimate for her, her ultimate passion is animals," said Jenni Cutbirth, her mom. "Doc is in,” said Raelyn in her sweet, soft voice. She even has the name tag to prove it. “Dr. Raelyn. ‘You're doctor Raely...
    The doctor is in and her name is Raelyn Cutbirth. "She's a beautiful, amazing, hilarious little girl," said David Cutbirth, her father.At just 4-years-old the little beauty is beaming with joy after she got to be a veterinarian for a day at the Animal Medical Center of Cypress. "This is the ultimate for her, her ultimate passion is animals," said Jenni Cutbirth, her mom. "Doc is in,” said Raelyn in her sweet, soft voice. She even has the name tag to prove it. “Dr. Raelyn. ‘You're doctor Raely...
  • SW Houston beauty supply store robbery

    SW Houston beauty supply store robbery

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 7:34 PM EDT2014-07-30 23:34:55 GMT
    Surveillance video shows them smashing a pickup truck into the beauty sensations store on beechnut near the beltway.They stole hair extensions by the armload. It’s not clear how big this haul was but, similar heists have netted $150,000 in extensions.Thieves like hair extensions because they are light, compact, untraceable and easy to resell.The owner’s son says thefts like this are not uncommon.
    Surveillance video shows them smashing a pickup truck into the beauty sensations store on beechnut near the beltway.They stole hair extensions by the armload. It’s not clear how big this haul was but, similar heists have netted $150,000 in extensions.Thieves like hair extensions because they are light, compact, untraceable and easy to resell.The owner’s son says thefts like this are not uncommon.
  • $70,000 reward for information leading to arrest of Sun family murder

    $70,000 reward for information leading to arrest of Sun family murder

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-07-30 23:22:28 GMT
    It took more than a dozen representatives from several law-enforcement agencies and community groups almost an hour to talk about the brutal unsolved murders of two little boys and their parents without revealing much about the actual case."We are going to frustrate the media today," said Sheriff Adrian Garcia. "We will not be sharing any details with you."It's not that they don't have leads. They just want to protect the information they've already collected."If there was information that I ...
    It took more than a dozen representatives from several law-enforcement agencies and community groups almost an hour to talk about the brutal unsolved murders of two little boys and their parents without revealing much about the actual case."We are going to frustrate the media today," said Sheriff Adrian Garcia. "We will not be sharing any details with you."It's not that they don't have leads. They just want to protect the information they've already collected."If there was information that I ...
  • Texas search group resumes drone use

    Texas search group resumes drone use

    A Texas-based group that had been embroiled in a legal fight over its use of drones in its searches for missing persons has resumed utilizing the unmanned aircraft.
    A Texas-based group that had been embroiled in a legal fight over its use of drones in its searches for missing persons has resumed utilizing the unmanned aircraft.
  • Houston firm offers space flights for pet remains

    Houston firm offers space flights for pet remains

    Memorial space flights for four-legged loved ones will start this fall by a Houston company that already sends human remains out of this world.
    A Houston company that already sends human remains out of this world will offer the same memorial space flights for four-legged loved ones.
  • Four men robbed while repairing taco truck

    Four men robbed while repairing taco truck

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 1:36 PM EDT2014-07-30 17:36:27 GMT
    One man was shot and two other men were pistol-whipped during a robbery in north Houston. They, along with another man, were performing repairs on a taco truck when the robbers approached them.
    One man was shot and two other men were pistol-whipped during a robbery in north Houston. They, along with another man, were performing repairs on a taco truck when the robbers approached them.
  • State designation could help save Astrodome

    State designation could help save Astrodome

    The Texas Historical Commission is poised to decide whether to designate the famed Houston Astrodome a "state antiquities landmark," a status that would make demolishing the iconic structure harder.
    The Texas Historical Commission is poised to decide whether to designate the famed Houston Astrodome a "state antiquities landmark," a status that would make demolishing the iconic structure harder.
  • The High Cost of A Family's All-Out Battle with Autism

    The High Cost of A Family's All-Out Battle with Autism

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:08 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:08:00 GMT
    When Hurricane Katrina came crushing down on the City of New Orleans Tim and Irma Pfister clung tightly to their beloved community refusing to be dislodged.But three years later a much more intimate, more permanent and menacing crisis demanded a different course."After Katrina my practice grew, his job was secure our house there had no damage, but we had to make that decision to give up our careers and friends and family to come to Houston," said Irma.For the Pfisters that world altering even...
    When Hurricane Katrina came crushing down on the City of New Orleans Tim and Irma Pfister clung tightly to their beloved community refusing to be dislodged.But three years later a much more intimate, more permanent and menacing crisis demanded a different course."After Katrina my practice grew, his job was secure our house there had no damage, but we had to make that decision to give up our careers and friends and family to come to Houston," said Irma.For the Pfisters that world altering even...
  • Parolees living in southeast side halfway house face eviction

    Parolees living in southeast side halfway house face eviction

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:04 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:04:30 GMT
    A former death row inmates dream to help parolees has gone south leaving his widow and about half a dozen parolees facing eviction. Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
    A former death row inmates dream to help parolees has gone south leaving his widow and about half a dozen parolees facing eviction. Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
  • Sharks in the gulf

    Sharks in the gulf

  • Peeping Tom sought in Katy, TX area

    Peeping Tom sought in Katy, TX area

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 8:37 PM EDT2014-07-30 00:37:28 GMT
    Fort Bend County Crimes Stoppers, Inc. will pay a cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect involved in trespassing case in the Katy area.At 6:53 p.m. Thursday, July 17, 2014, Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to a home in the Falcon Point subdivision concerning a trespasser who was caught on video.The complainant was unaware of the intrusion until the homeowner noticed that an ottoman in the back yard had been moved onto the side yar...
    Fort Bend County Crimes Stoppers, Inc. will pay a cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect involved in trespassing case in the Katy area.At 6:53 p.m. Thursday, July 17, 2014, Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to a home in the Falcon Point subdivision concerning a trespasser who was caught on video.The complainant was unaware of the intrusion until the homeowner noticed that an ottoman in the back yard had been moved onto the side yar...
  • Take it to Akin- Headstone corrections

    Take it to Akin- Headstone corrections

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 8:29 PM EDT2014-07-30 00:29:45 GMT
    Grieving Family members finally gets the headstone they paid for, thanks to “Take it to Akin”."I don't want to even come and look at it until it's fixed," said Cynthia Martinez. Her mother, Mary Cano, died in 2009. The family ordered her headstone in 2011. It wasn't delivered until this past March."It shouldn't have taken three years and then when they bring it it's not right," she said.A lot wasn't right. The photo of her was never etched in the stone, the inscription was misspelled, the bac...
    Grieving Family members finally gets the headstone they paid for, thanks to “Take it to Akin”."I don't want to even come and look at it until it's fixed," said Cynthia Martinez. Her mother, Mary Cano, died in 2009. The family ordered her headstone in 2011. It wasn't delivered until this past March."It shouldn't have taken three years and then when they bring it it's not right," she said.A lot wasn't right. The photo of her was never etched in the stone, the inscription was misspelled, the bac...
  • Real estate investor hopes to turn around troubled apartment complex

    Real estate investor hopes to turn around troubled apartment complex

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 7:38 PM EDT2014-07-29 23:38:50 GMT
    A rich Houston real estate investor is putting his body where his money is....and that's in the hood.Steve Moore along with a group of investors have purchased the old and troubled Le Promenade apartments on Bissonnet.Moore says not only is he pumping close to $2 million into the 200 unit complex now called The Gardens at Bissonnet but he's also moving in as a tenant.He says that's to make sure the turn around runs smoothly.There are 20 units privately owned and Moore is providing a half mill...
    A rich Houston real estate investor is putting his body where his money is....and that's in the hood.Steve Moore along with a group of investors have purchased the old and troubled Le Promenade apartments on Bissonnet.Moore says not only is he pumping close to $2 million into the 200 unit complex now called The Gardens at Bissonnet but he's also moving in as a tenant.He says that's to make sure the turn around runs smoothly.There are 20 units privately owned and Moore is providing a half mill...
  • Dating website admits to purposely pairing bad matches

    Dating website admits to purposely pairing bad matches

  • Woman charged in indecency case involving 12-year-old girl

    Woman charged in indecency case involving 12-year-old girl

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 5:01 PM EDT2014-07-29 21:01:31 GMT
    A 21-year-old woman has been charged in a case of indecency involving a child after a 12-year-old girl reported the incident to her mother.
    A 21-year-old woman has been charged in a case of indecency involving a child after a 12-year-old girl reported the incident to her mother.
  • Harlem Lewis sentenced after convicted in murder of officer and bystander

    Harlem Lewis sentenced after convicted in murder of officer and bystander

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 4:56 PM EDT2014-07-29 20:56:15 GMT
    Almost two weeks after Harlem Lewis, 23, was convicted of capital murder in the shooting deaths of a Bellaire police officer and a business owner, a jury has sentenced him to death row.
    Almost two weeks after Harlem Lewis, 23, was convicted of capital murder in the shooting deaths of a Bellaire police officer and a business owner, a jury has sentenced him to death row.
  • Houston-area Kroger stores conduct Code Adam tests

    Houston-area Kroger stores conduct Code Adam tests

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 1:42 PM EDT2014-07-29 17:42:37 GMT
    Because the summer shopping season means an increase of children in stores, Kroger stores in the Houston-area have conducted a test of a safety program launched to help find missing and potentially-abducted children.
    Because the summer shopping season means an increase of children in stores, Kroger stores in the Houston-area have conducted a test of a safety program launched to help find missing and potentially-abducted children.
  • Investigators 'believe' body found that of woman reported missing

    Investigators 'believe' body found that of woman reported missing

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 1:13 PM EDT2014-07-29 17:13:48 GMT
    One day after someone who was walking along a north Harris County bayou found the body of a woman, investigators say they believe she is the 43-year-old woman reported missing since July 25.
    One day after someone who was walking along a north Harris County bayou found the body of a woman, investigators say they believe she is the 43-year-old woman reported missing since July 25.
  • Waste Management selling subsidiary for $1.94B

    Waste Management selling subsidiary for $1.94B

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:16 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:16:19 GMT
    Waste Management is selling a subsidiary to Energy Capital Partners for $1.94 billion as part of its effort to focus on its core business.
    Waste Management is selling a subsidiary to Energy Capital Partners for $1.94 billion as part of its effort to focus on its core business.
  • Hedwig Village officer fatally shoots suspect

    Hedwig Village officer fatally shoots suspect

    A Houston-area police officer has returned fire and fatally shot a man who fled during a traffic stop.
    A Houston-area police officer has returned fire and fatally shot a man who fled during a traffic stop.
  • Texas sales tax holiday set for early August

    Texas sales tax holiday set for early August

    The Texas annual sales tax holiday has been set for Aug. 8-10 as families prepare to send children back to school.
    The Texas annual sales tax holiday has been set for Aug. 8-10 as families prepare to send children back to school.
  • Texas Failing Special Needs Students says U.S. Dept of Education

    Texas Failing Special Needs Students says U.S. Dept of Education

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 12:24 AM EDT2014-07-29 04:24:38 GMT
    Folks in the Lone Star State spend a good bit of time barking about how lucky they are to live in Texas.Fair enough.But if you happen to be a child challenged with a disability Texas delivers far more shame than game."We are basically saying this is something that I'm willing to pay down the road rather than let these kids help themselves," said Robert Sanborn of the advocacy group Children at Risk.Unconvinced? Consider this - when it comes to teaching kids with special needs the U.S. Departm...
    Folks in the Lone Star State spend a good bit of time barking about how lucky they are to live in Texas.Fair enough.But if you happen to be a child challenged with a disability Texas delivers far more shame than game."We are basically saying this is something that I'm willing to pay down the road rather than let these kids help themselves," said Robert Sanborn of the advocacy group Children at Risk.Unconvinced? Consider this - when it comes to teaching kids with special needs the U.S. Departm...
  • Mother of 16-year-old shot in face demands justice

    Mother of 16-year-old shot in face demands justice

    Monday, July 28 2014 10:52 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:52:31 GMT
    While her daughter remains hospitalized Antonia Leblanc questions what police are doing about the teenage boy accused of shooting her daughter in the face. Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
    While her daughter remains hospitalized Antonia Leblanc questions what police are doing about the teenage boy accused of shooting her daughter in the face. Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
  • Woman's Body found During Search

    Woman's Body found During Search

    Monday, July 28 2014 8:28 PM EDT2014-07-29 00:28:47 GMT
    The body of a female has been found in North Harris County after a woman was reported missing in Houston over the weekend.The body was found on the 15,000 block of Bammel North Houston.The remains have not been identified but we arr told the body is female and there is an ongoing search effort to find a 43-year-old missing woman in northwest Harris County.Authorities say a man walking a dog found the body wrapped in a blanket off Concrete Drive.Texas EquuSearch volunteers were in the area loo...
    The body of a female has been found in North Harris County after a woman was reported missing in Houston over the weekend.The body was found on the 15,000 block of Bammel North Houston.The remains have not been identified but we arr told the body is female and there is an ongoing search effort to find a 43-year-old missing woman in northwest Harris County.Authorities say a man walking a dog found the body wrapped in a blanket off Concrete Drive.Texas EquuSearch volunteers were in the area loo...
  • Controversial Crude Oil Hits Texas Coastline

    Controversial Crude Oil Hits Texas Coastline

    Monday, July 28 2014 7:16 PM EDT2014-07-28 23:16:04 GMT
    Controversial crude off the Texas coast is causing quite a stir all around the world. The U.S. Coast Guard has given the Kurdish tanker carrying crude thego ahead to start unloading the oil. The ship is 60 miles off the Texas coast and won’t come any closer because it’s too large to fit into the port but here’s why the crude is controversial, it’s coming from the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Iraqi officials are warning everyone in the world anyone who buys this oil is “purchasing stolen goods”.“...
    Controversial crude off the Texas coast is causing quite a stir all around the world. The U.S. Coast Guard has given the Kurdish tanker carrying crude thego ahead to start unloading the oil. The ship is 60 miles off the Texas coast and won’t come any closer because it’s too large to fit into the port but here’s why the crude is controversial, it’s coming from the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Iraqi officials are warning everyone in the world anyone who buys this oil is “purchasing stolen goods”.“...
  • Jury to decide fate of cop killer

    Jury to decide fate of cop killer

    Monday, July 28 2014 7:13 PM EDT2014-07-28 23:13:11 GMT
    The jury head closing arguments in the punishment phase of the capital murder trial of Harlem Lewis .District Attorney Devon Anderson started by challenging the jury.. Challenging them to send convicted killer Harlem Lewis to death row. "We need you to do your duty. We need you to do your duty as a citizen of this community.She called Lewis a remorseless killer for shooting Bellaire Police Cpl. Jimmy Norman and business owner Terry Taylor after afar chase Christmas Eve 2012. She said people l...
    The jury head closing arguments in the punishment phase of the capital murder trial of Harlem Lewis .District Attorney Devon Anderson started by challenging the jury.. Challenging them to send convicted killer Harlem Lewis to death row. "We need you to do your duty. We need you to do your duty as a citizen of this community.She called Lewis a remorseless killer for shooting Bellaire Police Cpl. Jimmy Norman and business owner Terry Taylor after afar chase Christmas Eve 2012. She said people l...
  • Prosthetic Arm made With 3D printer

    Prosthetic Arm made With 3D printer

  • 44, 544 Marijuana plants uprooted from grow fields

    44, 544 Marijuana plants uprooted from grow fields

  • Three men charged in June 9 apartment complex fatal shooting

    Three men charged in June 9 apartment complex fatal shooting

    Monday, July 28 2014 3:11 PM EDT2014-07-28 19:11:32 GMT
    More than a month following a fatal shooting at a southwest Houston apartment complex, three men have been charged in the case.
    More than a month following a fatal shooting at a southwest Houston apartment complex, three men have been charged in the case.
  • Jurors deliberate in punishment phase of Harlem Lewis capital murder trial

    Jurors deliberate in punishment phase of Harlem Lewis capital murder trial

    Monday, July 28 2014 11:50 AM EDT2014-07-28 15:50:17 GMT
    The jury is now deliberating Harlem Lewis's fate.
    The jury is now deliberating Harlem Lewis's fate.
  • Texas EquuSearch trying to find woman last seen on July 25

    Texas EquuSearch trying to find woman last seen on July 25

    Monday, July 28 2014 10:02 AM EDT2014-07-28 14:02:35 GMT
    Investigators are searching for a 43-year-old woman who was last seen in north Harris County on July 25 and Texas EquuSearch is assisting in the efforts to find her.
    Investigators are searching for a 43-year-old woman who was last seen in north Harris County on July 25 and Texas EquuSearch is assisting in the efforts to find her.
  • Houston Inferno: Houston's semi- pro women's basketball ready to take their brand to the next level

    Houston Inferno: Houston's semi- pro women's basketball ready to take their brand to the next level

    Sunday, July 27 2014 8:59 PM EDT2014-07-28 00:59:15 GMT
    More than just beautiful faces, these ladies are athletes and are making women's hoops look good!The NBA’s season has ended but that doesn’t mean basketball is over. The Houston Inferno Basketball Team is heating up the city with the talent and beauty they bring to the basketball court. In the past Houston has had a huge market for women's basketball. In their 2nd season, the women of the Inferno have been working relentlessly in marketing their brand to the community and want all of Houston ...
    More than just beautiful faces, these ladies are athletes and are making women's hoops look good!The NBA’s season has ended but that doesn’t mean basketball is over. The Houston Inferno Basketball Team is heating up the city with the talent and beauty they bring to the basketball court. In the past Houston has had a huge market for women's basketball. In their 2nd season, the women of the Inferno have been working relentlessly in marketing their brand to the community and want all of Houston ...
  • NC teachers offered more money to move to Texas

    NC teachers offered more money to move to Texas

    North Carolina teachers are being offered substantially higher salaries to move and teach in Texas.
    North Carolina teachers are being offered substantially higher salaries to move and teach in Texas.
  • Texas couple gives forgotten flag to Marine's mom

    Texas couple gives forgotten flag to Marine's mom

    A couple who discovered a tribute flag for a fallen Marine at a Texas flea market has presented it to his mother, more than nine years after he was killed in Iraq.
    A couple who discovered a tribute flag for a fallen Marine at a Texas flea market has presented it to his mother, more than nine years after he was killed in Iraq.
  • Pioneering Female Pilot Celebrates 100 years

    Pioneering Female Pilot Celebrates 100 years

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:52 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:52:18 GMT
    At a place of rest in Cypress a celebration of a life broke loose, a full century's worth.Those ten decades full belong to Mayme Lee Tanner."I never thought I'd be 100 years old, but I am so, so be it," said Mayme.The spunk persists, the kind that drew Mayme and more than 1,000 other pioneering young women into action when America went to war."I liked it. I loved flying," said Mayme.They were called Women Air Force Service Pilots, WASP's for short. With most male aviators in the fight, these ...
    At a place of rest in Cypress a celebration of a life broke loose, a full century's worth.Those ten decades full belong to Mayme Lee Tanner."I never thought I'd be 100 years old, but I am so, so be it," said Mayme.The spunk persists, the kind that drew Mayme and more than 1,000 other pioneering young women into action when America went to war."I liked it. I loved flying," said Mayme.They were called Women Air Force Service Pilots, WASP's for short. With most male aviators in the fight, these ...
  • New Jersey man abandoned as a baby reconnects with Conroe woman

    New Jersey man abandoned as a baby reconnects with Conroe woman

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:49 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:49:46 GMT
    A 36-year-old New Jersey man’s search for his birth mother leads him here to Conroe.No he didn’t find his mother but he did discover a truly remarkable relationship.Randy Wallace has this only on Fox report.
    A 36-year-old New Jersey man’s search for his birth mother leads him here to Conroe.No he didn’t find his mother but he did discover a truly remarkable relationship.Randy Wallace has this only on Fox report.
  • Exhibit Highlights Houston's Homeless Dog Epidemic

    Exhibit Highlights Houston's Homeless Dog Epidemic

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:47 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:47:07 GMT
    This statistic might shock you, more than a million stray dogs and cats roam the streets of Houston. Now 3 local non-profits are bringing this epidemic into focus.The exhibit No One's Dog starts July 26 at Diverse Works. It features several heartbreaking photos that were all captured by people throughout the community.If a picture paints a thousand words, than these pictures could fill up volumes."The photographs you're seeing here were taken by community members throughout Houston primarily ...
    This statistic might shock you, more than a million stray dogs and cats roam the streets of Houston. Now 3 local non-profits are bringing this epidemic into focus.The exhibit No One's Dog starts July 26 at Diverse Works. It features several heartbreaking photos that were all captured by people throughout the community.If a picture paints a thousand words, than these pictures could fill up volumes."The photographs you're seeing here were taken by community members throughout Houston primarily ...
  • Complaints against H.I.S.D superintendent increase

    Complaints against H.I.S.D superintendent increase

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:44 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:44:04 GMT
    A complaint has been filed with the Harris County District Attorney's Office against the Houston Independent School District Superintendent. The group The People Hold The Purse filed the paperwork with the Harris County Office of Public Integrity a division of the District Attorney's Office. The complaint claims Houston ISD administrators instructed Dodson Elementary School officials not to accept any more students including those on a waiting list, then the administration moved forward with ...
    A complaint has been filed with the Harris County District Attorney's Office against the Houston Independent School District Superintendent. The group The People Hold The Purse filed the paperwork with the Harris County Office of Public Integrity a division of the District Attorney's Office. The complaint claims Houston ISD administrators instructed Dodson Elementary School officials not to accept any more students including those on a waiting list, then the administration moved forward with ...
  • Cars Getting Smarter

    Cars Getting Smarter

  • Marijuana big issue in District Attorney race

    Marijuana big issue in District Attorney race

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:41 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:41:22 GMT
    The war on drugs rages on.. but on the state level the battle of marijuana is winding down.. Now Harris County District Attorney candidate Kim Ogg is calling for a cease fire.. She says it's time to stop locking up people arrested for small amounts on the drug... It's too expensive to continue.“We can't afford to prosecute for marijuana and jail 100-thousand people over a seven year period and fail to investigate and prosecute twenty thousand burglaries, rapes and other serious crimes.”She sa...
    The war on drugs rages on.. but on the state level the battle of marijuana is winding down.. Now Harris County District Attorney candidate Kim Ogg is calling for a cease fire.. She says it's time to stop locking up people arrested for small amounts on the drug... It's too expensive to continue.“We can't afford to prosecute for marijuana and jail 100-thousand people over a seven year period and fail to investigate and prosecute twenty thousand burglaries, rapes and other serious crimes.”She sa...
  • Houston Firefighters dramatic rescue of injured crane operator

    Houston Firefighters dramatic rescue of injured crane operator

    Friday, July 25 2014 6:47 PM EDT2014-07-25 22:47:05 GMT
    Houston fire department responded to a high angle rescue after a crane operator slipped and fell during shift change. It happened just before traffic hour on Post Oak at Garretson in the Galleria area. The rescue happened 200 ft (20 stories) in the air.
    Houston fire department responded to a high angle rescue after a crane operator slipped and fell during shift change. It happened just before traffic hour on Post Oak at Garretson in the Galleria area. The rescue happened 200 ft (20 stories) in the air.
  • Time an obstacle for challenge to HERO

    Time an obstacle for challenge to HERO

    Friday, July 25 2014 1:13 PM EDT2014-07-25 17:13:03 GMT
    The Houston City Attorney says the validation of the petition to challenge the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance is not finished.
    The Houston City Attorney says the validation of the petition to challenge the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance is not finished.
  • Texas family gives forgotten flag to Marine's mom

    Texas family gives forgotten flag to Marine's mom

    A Harris County mother will receive a tribute flag for her son more than nine years after he was killed while serving as a Marine in Iraq.
    A Harris County mother will receive a tribute flag for her son more than nine years after he was killed while serving as a Marine in Iraq.
  • Violent gang member charged in 10 year old murder case

    Violent gang member charged in 10 year old murder case

    Thursday, July 24 2014 11:25 PM EDT2014-07-25 03:25:07 GMT
    Harris county sheriffs deputies have solved a 10 year old cold murder case with the arrest of a bloods gang member who they say liked to shoot people for no good reason. Randy Wallace reports
    Harris county sheriffs deputies have solved a 10 year old cold murder case with the arrest of a bloods gang member who they say liked to shoot people for no good reason. Randy Wallace reports
  • School Marshals

    School Marshals

  • Housing market shuts out some 1st time home buyers

    Housing market shuts out some 1st time home buyers

  • Residents Near Toxic Dump Claim Its Causing Cancer

    Residents Near Toxic Dump Claim Its Causing Cancer

    Thursday, July 24 2014 11:23 PM EDT2014-07-25 03:23:02 GMT
    Buried under the banks and even beneath the water of the San Jacinto River in east Harris County are 17,000 truck loads of Dioxin - among the deadliest, most toxic chemicals known to man.The companies responsible, Houston based Waste Management and International Paper claim it's safely contained beneath a cap of rock and plastic, but residents along the river claim what's leaked out over the years is killing them."My concern is, am I going to get cancer? Is it going to kill me? They tell me i...
    Buried under the banks and even beneath the water of the San Jacinto River in east Harris County are 17,000 truck loads of Dioxin - among the deadliest, most toxic chemicals known to man.The companies responsible, Houston based Waste Management and International Paper claim it's safely contained beneath a cap of rock and plastic, but residents along the river claim what's leaked out over the years is killing them."My concern is, am I going to get cancer? Is it going to kill me? They tell me i...
  • Exclusive: The Shadow Catcher

    Exclusive: The Shadow Catcher

    Thursday, July 24 2014 11:20 PM EDT2014-07-25 03:20:25 GMT
    He was 22 years old, when he decided to become a border patrol agent…"There was a lot of risks, dangers in doing this operation and I accepted the danger, " says Hipolito Acosta also known as the "Shadow Catcher".Little did, Hipolito Acosta know that within a matter of years, he would become the premier undercover agent for the U.S. Immigration Service, going where no officer had ever gone before…into the world of human smugglers.Acosta explains, "I posed as an illegal Mexican alien. I travel...
    He was 22 years old, when he decided to become a border patrol agent…"There was a lot of risks, dangers in doing this operation and I accepted the danger, " says Hipolito Acosta also known as the "Shadow Catcher".Little did, Hipolito Acosta know that within a matter of years, he would become the premier undercover agent for the U.S. Immigration Service, going where no officer had ever gone before…into the world of human smugglers.Acosta explains, "I posed as an illegal Mexican alien. I travel...
  • Houston-area weather forecast

    Houston-area weather forecast

    Thursday, July 24 2014 7:48 PM EDT2014-07-24 23:48:54 GMT
    Our weather is not going to change too much for Friday or the weekend. High temperatures will remain in the middle 90s and on Friday there will be a 20% chance for an afternoon storm or two. The weekend will have an even less chance for rain. We won't see another good chance for showers until the middle of next week.
    Dr. Jim
    Our weather is not going to change too much for Friday or the weekend. High temperatures will remain in the middle 90s and on Friday there will be a 20% chance for an afternoon storm or two. The weekend will have an even less chance for rain. We won't see another good chance for showers until the middle of next week.
    Dr. Jim
  • 3rd Ward residents upset at low income properties built in their community

    3rd Ward residents upset at low income properties built in their community

    Thursday, July 24 2014 7:06 PM EDT2014-07-24 23:06:46 GMT
    Only on Fox angry residents in the Third Ward say they refuse to be the dumping ground for any more low income housing projects.The latest controversy surrounds a 200+ unit facility on Old Spanish Trail proposed by Volunteers of America.Residents in the area say they were initially told the multimillion dollar apartment complex would be for senior citizens but all of that changed.Tomorrow Bell, chair of Super Neighborhoods, says they've since learned 67% of the residents will be members of th...
    Only on Fox angry residents in the Third Ward say they refuse to be the dumping ground for any more low income housing projects.The latest controversy surrounds a 200+ unit facility on Old Spanish Trail proposed by Volunteers of America.Residents in the area say they were initially told the multimillion dollar apartment complex would be for senior citizens but all of that changed.Tomorrow Bell, chair of Super Neighborhoods, says they've since learned 67% of the residents will be members of th...
  • Houston professor plays pivotal role In Americans with Disabilities Act

    Houston professor plays pivotal role In Americans with Disabilities Act

    Thursday, July 24 2014 7:01 PM EDT2014-07-24 23:01:10 GMT
    This weekend marks the 24th anniversary of when President George H. W. Bush signed with American with Disabilities Act. Today it helps more than 56 million people in our country.
    This weekend marks the 24th anniversary of when President George H. W. Bush signed with American with Disabilities Act. Today it helps more than 56 million people in our country.
  • Mournful father encourages free heart screening for students

    Mournful father encourages free heart screening for students

    Thursday, July 24 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-07-24 23:00:27 GMT
    High school football season is right around the corner but before your kids put on their pads for practice you'll want to hear this. One father, who knows it's too late for his son, is doing everything he can to keep other kids from dying suddenly with undiagnosed heart problems. So he’s now giving an amazing gift.
    High school football season is right around the corner but before your kids put on their pads for practice you'll want to hear this. One father, who knows it's too late for his son, is doing everything he can to keep other kids from dying suddenly with undiagnosed heart problems. So he’s now giving an amazing gift.
  • Organization encourages women to pursue their 'Bossed Up' dreams

    Organization encourages women to pursue their 'Bossed Up' dreams

     

  • No Texas changes in execution procedure

    No Texas changes in execution procedure

    Texas prison officials say they plan no changes in lethal injection procedures in the wake of problems with an execution in Arizona.
    Texas prison officials say they plan no changes in lethal injection procedures in the wake of problems with an execution in Arizona.
  • Knoblauch charged with assaulting ex-wife

    Knoblauch charged with assaulting ex-wife

    Former baseball star Chuck Knoblauch has been charged with misdemeanor assault after authorities in Houston say he hit and pushed his ex-wife.
    Former baseball star Chuck Knoblauch has been charged with misdemeanor assault after authorities in Houston say he hit and pushed his ex-wife.
  • Cy-Fair ISD teacher charged with sexual assault of former student

    Cy-Fair ISD teacher charged with sexual assault of former student

    Thursday, July 24 2014 4:07 PM EDT2014-07-24 20:07:54 GMT
    A Harris County teacher has been arrested and charged with sexual assault of a minor and former student. According to a police report, on May 1st 2014, a teacher at Thornton Middle School reported to the principle, Laura Perry, that she observed “suspicious behavior” between Kristina Moore and a former student. Moore, a teacher at Thornton Middle School, was being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a former, now high school, student. Perry ordered a review of the surveillan...
    A Harris County teacher has been arrested and charged with sexual assault of a minor and former student. According to a police report, on May 1st 2014, a teacher at Thornton Middle School reported to the principle, Laura Perry, that she observed “suspicious behavior” between Kristina Moore and a former student. Moore, a teacher at Thornton Middle School, was being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a former, now high school, student. Perry ordered a review of the surveillan...
  • Houston man charged in woman's death, body burned

    Houston man charged in woman's death, body burned

    A Houston man has been charged with killing a 25-year-old woman whose burned body was found in a Pasadena field.
    A Houston man has been charged with killing a 25-year-old woman whose burned body was found in a Pasadena field.
  • Public smoking ban expands to city parks, libraries

    Public smoking ban expands to city parks, libraries

    Thursday, July 24 2014 10:18 AM EDT2014-07-24 14:18:11 GMT
    Almost eight years since Houston City Council passed an ordinance to prohibit smoking within 25 feet of public buildings, workplaces, bars, restaurants, outdoor sports arenas, and stadiums, the ban will extend to city parks and libraries.
    Almost eight years since Houston City Council passed an ordinance to prohibit smoking within 25 feet of public buildings, workplaces, bars, restaurants, outdoor sports arenas, and stadiums, the ban will extend to city parks and libraries.
  • Undefeated UK Boxing Star Cracking Craig Callaghan Prepares For Upcoming Fight in Houston

    Undefeated UK Boxing Star Cracking Craig Callaghan Prepares For Upcoming Fight in Houston

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:34 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:34:04 GMT
    In a division like the welterweight class dominated by the likes of Floyd "Money" Mayweather , UK Boxing star Cracking Craig Callaghan may not be familiar to U.S. fans yet. But at 5-0, the undefeated star is set to make his mark among boxing's best. Losing three of his first 10 amateur fights , Callaghan had ambitions of steal turning pro. Winning an astonishing 87 of 94 amateur fights put him in the position to do just that. Turn pro!"I was training one day and the owner of the gym asked me ...
    In a division like the welterweight class dominated by the likes of Floyd "Money" Mayweather , UK Boxing star Cracking Craig Callaghan may not be familiar to U.S. fans yet. But at 5-0, the undefeated star is set to make his mark among boxing's best. Losing three of his first 10 amateur fights , Callaghan had ambitions of steal turning pro. Winning an astonishing 87 of 94 amateur fights put him in the position to do just that. Turn pro!"I was training one day and the owner of the gym asked me ...
  • Renter ordered to pay almost 3 grand after vacating southwest side apartment

    Renter ordered to pay almost 3 grand after vacating southwest side apartment

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:22 PM EDT2014-07-24 03:22:49 GMT
    A man who recently moved out of a southwest side apartment complex is angry over a bill he got for almost three thousand dollars.With about half of Houstonians being renters could the dilemma he's facing happen to you?Randy Wallace reports
    A man who recently moved out of a southwest side apartment complex is angry over a bill he got for almost three thousand dollars.With about half of Houstonians being renters could the dilemma he's facing happen to you?Randy Wallace reports
  • New school bond proposal for Katy I.S.D

    New school bond proposal for Katy I.S.D

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-07-24 03:18:47 GMT
    After voters shot down last year's school bond in Katy... Four months of alterations have led to a new one..The last bond included a 70 million dollar stadium.But after 4 months of discussion and alterations by a 227 member bond committee, lead by keith Carmichael, he says the new bond breaks down differently. The stadium drops more than 12 million and nearly 50 percent of all the funds are geared toward building 6 new schools as the district continues to grow by 3 thousand students a year."I...
    After voters shot down last year's school bond in Katy... Four months of alterations have led to a new one..The last bond included a 70 million dollar stadium.But after 4 months of discussion and alterations by a 227 member bond committee, lead by keith Carmichael, he says the new bond breaks down differently. The stadium drops more than 12 million and nearly 50 percent of all the funds are geared toward building 6 new schools as the district continues to grow by 3 thousand students a year."I...
  • TEACHING KIDS GUN SAFETY

    TEACHING KIDS GUN SAFETY

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:15 PM EDT2014-07-24 03:15:30 GMT
    Heidi Ra knows a lot about guns and so do her four children who range in age from 4 to 12. "’What's your favorite part about coming to the range?’ Shooting," said 7-year-old John John. The boys have been shooting and hunting their entire lives. "’What's your favorite part?’ I like hitting the target and having fun," said 10-year-old Matthew. And that’s just the way their parents want it. "We try to get our kids exposed as early of an age as possible," said Heidi Ra.She is a Texas Parks Wildl...
    Heidi Ra knows a lot about guns and so do her four children who range in age from 4 to 12. "’What's your favorite part about coming to the range?’ Shooting," said 7-year-old John John. The boys have been shooting and hunting their entire lives. "’What's your favorite part?’ I like hitting the target and having fun," said 10-year-old Matthew. And that’s just the way their parents want it. "We try to get our kids exposed as early of an age as possible," said Heidi Ra.She is a Texas Parks Wildl...
  • Inside the mind of a human smuggler {Exclusive}

    Inside the mind of a human smuggler {Exclusive}

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:09 PM EDT2014-07-24 03:09:56 GMT
    It's a journey that many have recently been taking, A voyage in search of a better life.But very few attempt to come illegally into the United States, without the help of a guide."I knew it was illegal, but I never saw it as something bad," says Enrique Ramirez, a former well known human smuggler.Enrique Ramirez was one of the most notorious human smugglers in Latin America, sometimes bringing in 400 people at a time to Mexico and the United States. His name, even today is well known by many ...
    It's a journey that many have recently been taking, A voyage in search of a better life.But very few attempt to come illegally into the United States, without the help of a guide."I knew it was illegal, but I never saw it as something bad," says Enrique Ramirez, a former well known human smuggler.Enrique Ramirez was one of the most notorious human smugglers in Latin America, sometimes bringing in 400 people at a time to Mexico and the United States. His name, even today is well known by many ...
  • Salute Our Veterans

    Salute Our Veterans

     

  • Is the Equal Rights Ordinance being used

    Is the Equal Rights Ordinance being used

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 6:59 PM EDT2014-07-23 22:59:02 GMT
    The controversy surrounding Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance brought hundreds of people to City Hall.It was an ordinance some city leaders and local activists said Houston desperately needed.Nearly a month after the ERO was put on the books not a single person has filed a complaint with the City Attorney and OIG's office using the ordinance.The Mayor's office confirms that information.Councilman Michael Kubosh has a theory. He says, "I'm not shocked though because I don't see Houston as a cit...
    The controversy surrounding Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance brought hundreds of people to City Hall.It was an ordinance some city leaders and local activists said Houston desperately needed.Nearly a month after the ERO was put on the books not a single person has filed a complaint with the City Attorney and OIG's office using the ordinance.The Mayor's office confirms that information.Councilman Michael Kubosh has a theory. He says, "I'm not shocked though because I don't see Houston as a cit...
  • Fox Face Off-Dwight Howard On Politics

    Fox Face Off-Dwight Howard On Politics

  • Fisherman finds flocks of fish floating dead in Texas City

    Fisherman finds flocks of fish floating dead in Texas City

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 6:30 PM EDT2014-07-23 22:30:34 GMT
    A fisherman finds flocks of fish floating dead in Texas City. On a boat on Moses lake Mark Raby was fishing and suddenly, literally, ran into droves of dead fish drifting in the water. Raby and his wife were so alarmed they saved a bag of dead fish for future lab testing, if necessary, and to figure out if whatever killed the fish can also harm humans. "We saw a bunch of small dead fish but the thing that was so amazing there were millions of them. Acres and acres of dead fish," explains Raby...
    A fisherman finds flocks of fish floating dead in Texas City. On a boat on Moses lake Mark Raby was fishing and suddenly, literally, ran into droves of dead fish drifting in the water. Raby and his wife were so alarmed they saved a bag of dead fish for future lab testing, if necessary, and to figure out if whatever killed the fish can also harm humans. "We saw a bunch of small dead fish but the thing that was so amazing there were millions of them. Acres and acres of dead fish," explains Raby...
  • 67-year-old man found after reported missing

    67-year-old man found after reported missing

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 6:28 PM EDT2014-07-23 22:28:23 GMT
    A 67-year-old man, who was last seen in downtown Houston early on Tuesday morning, was located by family members, police have confirmed.
    A 67-year-old man, who was last seen in downtown Houston early on Tuesday morning, was located by family members, police have confirmed.
  • Shots fired at Liberty County Deputy

    Shots fired at Liberty County Deputy

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 6:27 PM EDT2014-07-23 22:27:58 GMT
    Law enforcement officers get fired at from time to time. It's a sad fact of life but it's part of the job. What makes this shooting so unusual is not that he got shot at.. it's where he got shot at.. right in front of the sheriff's department.Surveillance video shows the deputy arrive at the substation just after midnight. A few minutes later he leaves heading to a call. As he gets to the front left bumper he stops and suddenly changes direction.. That's because two bullets were bouncing off ...
    Law enforcement officers get fired at from time to time. It's a sad fact of life but it's part of the job. What makes this shooting so unusual is not that he got shot at.. it's where he got shot at.. right in front of the sheriff's department.Surveillance video shows the deputy arrive at the substation just after midnight. A few minutes later he leaves heading to a call. As he gets to the front left bumper he stops and suddenly changes direction.. That's because two bullets were bouncing off ...
  • 1st consumer-grade oral rehydration solution available only in Texas, Mexico

    1st consumer-grade oral rehydration solution available only in Texas, Mexico

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 5:22 PM EDT2014-07-23 21:22:04 GMT
    Just in time for the Texas summer, H-E-B stores throughout Texas and Mexico will be the first to carry an over-the-counter solution to dehydration.
    Just in time for the Texas summer, H-E-B stores throughout Texas and Mexico will be the first to carry an over-the-counter solution to dehydration.
  • On The Run with the Carters

    On The Run with the Carters

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:57 PM EDT2014-07-23 19:57:58 GMT
    Beyonce and Jay-Z brought their ‘On The Run Tour’ to Houston, Texas at Minute Maid Park shutting the city down.The two and a half hours of dancing and string of hits had the crowd ecstatic all night. The power couple performed separately during certain sets but had a perfect mash-up of songs blending from one another. A mini-movie was played on the video screen between songs with clipsBey and Jay took over the massive stage performing hits such as “Flawless”, “Dirt Off Your Shoulder”, “Yonce”...
    Beyonce and Jay-Z brought their ‘On The Run Tour’ to Houston, Texas at Minute Maid Park shutting the city down.The two and a half hours of dancing and string of hits had the crowd ecstatic all night. The power couple performed separately during certain sets but had a perfect mash-up of songs blending from one another. A mini-movie was played on the video screen between songs with clipsBey and Jay took over the massive stage performing hits such as “Flawless”, “Dirt Off Your Shoulder”, “Yonce”...
  • Take It to Akin - when hitting it out of the park goes afoul

    Take It to Akin - when hitting it out of the park goes afoul

     

  • Houston Fireballs vs Houston Dynamo in Wheelchair soccer

    Houston Fireballs vs Houston Dynamo in Wheelchair soccer

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:27 PM EDT2014-07-23 19:27:03 GMT
    It's a sport not a lot of people have likely heard about.It's called power wheelchair soccer, and a group in Houston could become a household name after their big upcoming match on Thursday.The power wheelchair soccer team is called the Houston Fireballs. They will be going head to head against the Houston Dynamo.We talked with several of the athletes about how and why they got involved. Most say there simply aren't enough sports for those in wheelchairs. They also said, they don't want easy ...
    It's a sport not a lot of people have likely heard about.It's called power wheelchair soccer, and a group in Houston could become a household name after their big upcoming match on Thursday.The power wheelchair soccer team is called the Houston Fireballs. They will be going head to head against the Houston Dynamo.We talked with several of the athletes about how and why they got involved. Most say there simply aren't enough sports for those in wheelchairs. They also said, they don't want easy ...
  • Teen identified as Greenspoint Mall shooting victim

    Teen identified as Greenspoint Mall shooting victim

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:22 PM EDT2014-07-23 16:22:24 GMT
    Houston police have learned the identity of a teen found fatally shot in the Greenspoint Mall parking lot early on Friday morning.Officers arrived in response to the reported shooting and found the victim, Khalil Brown, 17, lying in the parking lot outside the Premiere Renaissance 15 movie theater.HPD Homicide Division detectives say a possible suspect was also seen in the area. Investigators have also learned that there were people in the theater parking lot at the time of the shooting.Polic...
    Houston police have learned the identity of a teen found fatally shot in the Greenspoint Mall parking lot early on Friday morning.Officers arrived in response to the reported shooting and found the victim, Khalil Brown, 17, lying in the parking lot outside the Premiere Renaissance 15 movie theater.HPD Homicide Division detectives say a possible suspect was also seen in the area. Investigators have also learned that there were people in the theater parking lot at the time of the shooting.Polic...
  • Brazoria County Commissioners "Just Say No" to immigration housing

    Brazoria County Commissioners "Just Say No" to immigration housing

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:14 AM EDT2014-07-23 15:14:49 GMT
    A controversial vote in Razor County is calling for the federal government to stop sending illegal immigrant children to be housed there. The resolution was unanimously passed by Razor County Commissioners. It declares housing illegal immigrant minors is not in the best interest of the people of Razor County because of criminal organizations and terrorist groups continuing to exploit the situation and attempting to infiltrate Texas. The resolution goes on to say without a secure border Texas ...
    A controversial vote in Razor County is calling for the federal government to stop sending illegal immigrant children to be housed there. The resolution was unanimously passed by Razor County Commissioners. It declares housing illegal immigrant minors is not in the best interest of the people of Razor County because of criminal organizations and terrorist groups continuing to exploit the situation and attempting to infiltrate Texas. The resolution goes on to say without a secure border Texas ...
  • Security guard shot in northwest Harris County apartment complex

    Security guard shot in northwest Harris County apartment complex

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 10:18 AM EDT2014-07-23 14:18:26 GMT
    Deputies are searching for two males following a shooting incident involving a security guard at a northwest Harris County apartment complex.
    Deputies are searching for two males following a shooting incident involving a security guard at a northwest Harris County apartment complex.
  • Suspect in body in trunk case caught in Houston

    Suspect in body in trunk case caught in Houston

    A suspect in a San Antonio slaying in which the victim's body was stuffed in the trunk of a car has been captured in Houston.
    A suspect in a San Antonio slaying in which the victim's body was stuffed in the trunk of a car has been captured in Houston.
  • Warrant for Robert Durst for urinating on a CVS candy display

    Warrant for Robert Durst for urinating on a CVS candy display

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:15 PM EDT2014-07-23 03:15:19 GMT
    Robert Durst who was found not guilty of his neighbor's 2001 murder, is accused of urinating on a counter here...no one knows why, but it's not the first bizarre thing he's done.
    Robert Durst who was found not guilty of his neighbor's 2001 murder, is accused of urinating on a counter here...no one knows why, but it's not the first bizarre thing he's done.
  • Disabled Child Rejected By YMCA Camp, Mother Alleges Discrimination

    Disabled Child Rejected By YMCA Camp, Mother Alleges Discrimination

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:13 PM EDT2014-07-23 03:13:33 GMT
    Like most kids, 7 year old Blake Koch has a big time craving for summer camp and his Mom Jody was overjoyed to have found him one at the Creekside YMCA.It was a welcome that lasted for this little boy with Down Syndrome for just two hours."You need to come pick him up. He can no longer be in our program," recalled Jody.Jody was told Blake was no longer welcome because he didn't eat his snack quickly enough, ran away and refused to get off of an all terrain vehicle.Camp staff at Creekside clai...
    Like most kids, 7 year old Blake Koch has a big time craving for summer camp and his Mom Jody was overjoyed to have found him one at the Creekside YMCA.It was a welcome that lasted for this little boy with Down Syndrome for just two hours."You need to come pick him up. He can no longer be in our program," recalled Jody.Jody was told Blake was no longer welcome because he didn't eat his snack quickly enough, ran away and refused to get off of an all terrain vehicle.Camp staff at Creekside clai...
  • Loved ones of unsolved crimes gather

    Loved ones of unsolved crimes gather

  • Invention that stops "Rubbering Necking"

    Invention that stops "Rubbering Necking"

  • Fulshear police rewarding "Super Safe" Drivers

    Fulshear police rewarding "Super Safe" Drivers

  • Is Manvel next home for immigration?

    Is Manvel next home for immigration?

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:04 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:04:35 GMT
    There's no denying Manvel is a small city moving at its own pace. However, that pace could soon pick up as the area is thrust-ed into a international debate.Just on the outskirts of Manvel in a very rural area where there is an aging facility called the Shiloh Treatment Center.It was dormant for a while until the federal government began pumping $5 million dollars into the operation.We took a look at federal records showing the millions diverted to Shiloh in fiscal 2014.What's telling? The fu...
    There's no denying Manvel is a small city moving at its own pace. However, that pace could soon pick up as the area is thrust-ed into a international debate.Just on the outskirts of Manvel in a very rural area where there is an aging facility called the Shiloh Treatment Center.It was dormant for a while until the federal government began pumping $5 million dollars into the operation.We took a look at federal records showing the millions diverted to Shiloh in fiscal 2014.What's telling? The fu...
  • Insurance Fraud Investigation Nets Three Arrest

    Insurance Fraud Investigation Nets Three Arrest

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:52 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:52:04 GMT
    When Valente Morales got in the wreck that left him bruised and battered he got a friendly tip from someone.“I was recommended by a wrecker service.. and they offered to give me a thousand dollars.”The recommendation was to go to the ironically named Integrity Health clinic and the "They" would be the law firm of Frederick Kelley... Here's how the alleged scam worked. Wrecker drivers in Ft. Bend Country would tell accident victims like Morales to go Integrity. Once there they would sign blank...
    When Valente Morales got in the wreck that left him bruised and battered he got a friendly tip from someone.“I was recommended by a wrecker service.. and they offered to give me a thousand dollars.”The recommendation was to go to the ironically named Integrity Health clinic and the "They" would be the law firm of Frederick Kelley... Here's how the alleged scam worked. Wrecker drivers in Ft. Bend Country would tell accident victims like Morales to go Integrity. Once there they would sign blank...
  • White Flags Replace U.S Flags On Top Of Brooklyn Bridge

    White Flags Replace U.S Flags On Top Of Brooklyn Bridge

  • Cars Collide At The Pumps

    Cars Collide At The Pumps

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:15 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:15:32 GMT
    An elderly man, driving a vehicle may have suffered seizure or stroke at a gas station and struck a second vehicle occupied by two elderly females. Their vehicle was pushed into the gas pumps and the emergency shut off was activated. There was no fire, but there was a minor gas leak was reported. There also was an adult and small child were in another car on the other side of the pump and was struck by the vehicle with the two elderly women in it. Both the adult and small child were treated a...
    An elderly man, driving a vehicle may have suffered seizure or stroke at a gas station and struck a second vehicle occupied by two elderly females. Their vehicle was pushed into the gas pumps and the emergency shut off was activated. There was no fire, but there was a minor gas leak was reported. There also was an adult and small child were in another car on the other side of the pump and was struck by the vehicle with the two elderly women in it. Both the adult and small child were treated a...
  • Brazoria County commissioners vote to ban housing for undocumented immigrant children

    Brazoria County commissioners vote to ban housing for undocumented immigrant children

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:31 PM EDT2014-07-22 17:31:53 GMT
    Brazoria County commissioners unanimously pass a resolution opposed to the housing of illegal immigrant children in the county, before a standing room only crowd during a court meeting. Commissioners listened to speakers three minutes at a time for almost two hours leading up to the vote.
    Brazoria County commissioners unanimously pass a resolution opposed to the housing of illegal immigrant children in the county, before a standing room only crowd during a court meeting. Commissioners listened to speakers three minutes at a time for almost two hours leading up to the vote.
  • Former cross-dressing murder suspect charged in public urination case

    Former cross-dressing murder suspect charged in public urination case

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:58 AM EDT2014-07-22 15:58:17 GMT
    Remember him?Robert Durst, labeled the millionaire “cross-dressing killer” by the NY Post, was the only suspect in the 1982 disappearance of his first wife, Kathleen McCormack, a 28-year-old- medical student who disappeared after a meeting with him at their South Salem home. Durst was never charged in McCormack’s disappearance.It was reported that after McCormack’s disappearance and the suspicious death of a woman named Susan Berman, Durst moved to Galveston in 2000. There, he lived as woman ...
    Remember him?Robert Durst, labeled the millionaire “cross-dressing killer” by the NY Post, was the only suspect in the 1982 disappearance of his first wife, Kathleen McCormack, a 28-year-old- medical student who disappeared after a meeting with him at their South Salem home. Durst was never charged in McCormack’s disappearance.It was reported that after McCormack’s disappearance and the suspicious death of a woman named Susan Berman, Durst moved to Galveston in 2000. There, he lived as woman ...
  • Rubble remains after Willis-area home explodes

    Rubble remains after Willis-area home explodes

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:51 AM EDT2014-07-22 13:51:27 GMT
    A home explosion in north Montgomery County leaves behind only scattered pieces of lumber and other remnants.
    A home explosion in north Montgomery County leaves behind only scattered pieces of lumber and other remnants.
  • Fake vet causes concern among area pet owners

    Fake vet causes concern among area pet owners

    Monday, July 21 2014 11:54 PM EDT2014-07-22 03:54:22 GMT
    It's a case of fraud that may be a first for Houston police and its left victims fearing for their pets health.
    It's a case of fraud that may be a first for Houston police and its left victims fearing for their pets health.
  • American being held in Chinese prison awaits sentence

    American being held in Chinese prison awaits sentence

    Monday, July 21 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-07-22 03:46:07 GMT
    An American from right here in Houston is in a Chinese prison awaiting a sentence for a crime he may not have committed.
    An American from right here in Houston is in a Chinese prison awaiting a sentence for a crime he may not have committed.
  • Residents fight annexation from Splendora

    Residents fight annexation from Splendora

    Monday, July 21 2014 11:45 PM EDT2014-07-22 03:45:32 GMT
    "Not in may backyard." It's a battle we are likely to see more of in our rapidly growing region. Small cities looking to expand their tax base by absorbing reluctant country neighborhoods.
    "Not in may backyard." It's a battle we are likely to see more of in our rapidly growing region. Small cities looking to expand their tax base by absorbing reluctant country neighborhoods.
  • Community comes together to address human trafficking

    Community comes together to address human trafficking

    Monday, July 21 2014 11:35 PM EDT2014-07-22 03:35:46 GMT
    The growing issue of human trafficking in Houston needs to be addressed on a larger scale according to community and political leaders.
    The growing issue of human trafficking in Houston needs to be addressed on a larger scale according to community and political leaders.
  • Case of Fraud Truly a Sad Tail

    Case of Fraud Truly a Sad Tail

  • Harlem Lewis Trial Punishment Phase

    Harlem Lewis Trial Punishment Phase

  • HCC Investigation l Firearm certification

    HCC Investigation l Firearm certification

  • Unaccompanied Illegal Immigrants

    Unaccompanied Illegal Immigrants

  • Perry Sends National Guard to Texas Border

    Perry Sends National Guard to Texas Border

  • Bellaire man charged in Australia after attack on ex-wife's husband

    Bellaire man charged in Australia after attack on ex-wife's husband

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:00:22 GMT
    Police say a Texas man flew to Australia with the plan to kill his ex-wife’s current husband, who he attacked with a crossbow and tomahawk.According to police, Jeffery Hooten, of Bellaire, Texas, took a pre-booked flight to Australia and went to his ex-wife’s home. At around 1:30pm on Tuesday afternoon, Hooten arrived at the residence and confronted her current husband, Greg Williams, in the driveway. Hooten pulled out his crossbow and shot at Williams. Williams was able to deflect the arrow ...
    Police say a Texas man flew to Australia with the plan to kill his ex-wife’s current husband, who he attacked with a crossbow and tomahawk.According to police, Jeffery Hooten, of Bellaire, Texas, took a pre-booked flight to Australia and went to his ex-wife’s home. At around 1:30pm on Tuesday afternoon, Hooten arrived at the residence and confronted her current husband, Greg Williams, in the driveway. Hooten pulled out his crossbow and shot at Williams. Williams was able to deflect the arrow ...
  • Southeast Houston apartment complex shooting under investigation

    Southeast Houston apartment complex shooting under investigation

    Monday, July 21 2014 2:46 PM EDT2014-07-21 18:46:28 GMT
    Homicide investigators are trying to determine what led to the fatal shooting of a man outside of the southwest Houston apartment unit where he lived.
    Homicide investigators are trying to determine what led to the fatal shooting of a man outside of the southwest Houston apartment unit where he lived.
  • Lawmaker: Texas to send 1,000 guardsmen to border

    Lawmaker: Texas to send 1,000 guardsmen to border

    A state lawmaker says Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to deploy as many as 1,000 National Guard troops to South Texas to bolster security along the Mexico border.
    A state lawmaker says Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to deploy as many as 1,000 National Guard troops to South Texas to bolster security along the Mexico border.
  • American Red Cross assisting residents who evacuated from 3-alarm apartment complex fire

    American Red Cross assisting residents who evacuated from 3-alarm apartment complex fire

    Monday, July 21 2014 10:20 AM EDT2014-07-21 14:20:12 GMT
    At least one resident and one firefighter were injured following a three-alarm apartment complex fire in northwest Houston.
    At least one resident and one firefighter were injured following a three-alarm apartment complex fire in northwest Houston.
  • Family of convicted murderer prepares for punishment phase

    Family of convicted murderer prepares for punishment phase

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-07-21 12:57:05 GMT
    It has been a week of many trials and tribulations for the Lewis family. Among testimonies, presentation of evidence and a guilty verdict for Harlem Lewis, the family still cannot grasp that one of their own is now considered a murderer.
    It has been a week of many trials and tribulations for the Lewis family. Among testimonies, presentation of evidence and a guilty verdict for Harlem Lewis, the family still cannot grasp that one of their own is now considered a murderer.
  • Burned body found near grass fire site

    Burned body found near grass fire site

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:16 AM EDT2014-07-21 12:16:22 GMT
    Police and arson investigators are trying to determine what led to a fire where a burned body was found in a Pasadena field.
    Police and arson investigators are trying to determine what led to a fire where a burned body was found in a Pasadena field.
  • Penalty trial opens for police officer's killer

    Penalty trial opens for police officer's killer

    Testimony resumes in Houston as prosecutors seek the death penalty for a 23-year-old man convicted of capital murder in the Christmas Eve killings two years ago of a Houston-area police officer and an auto body...
    Testimony resumes in Houston as prosecutors seek the death penalty for a 23-year-old man convicted of capital murder in the Christmas Eve killings two years ago of a Houston-area police officer and an auto body shop owner.
  • Officials say US-Israeli citizen killed in Gaza

    Officials say US-Israeli citizen killed in Gaza

    The Israeli Consulate in Houston says a dual Israeli-American citizen from Texas has been killed in Gaza.
    The Israeli Consulate in Houston says a dual Israeli-American citizen from Texas has been killed in Gaza.
  • Texas jail roof falls, 10 sent to hospitals

    Texas jail roof falls, 10 sent to hospitals

    The roof of a privately run East Texas jail has collapsed, temporarily trapping dozens of inmates and sending 10 inmates to nearby hospitals.
    The roof of a privately run East Texas jail has collapsed, temporarily trapping dozens of inmates and sending 10 inmates to nearby hospitals.
  • Bellaire Little League Ball Players Head To State Tournament

    Bellaire Little League Ball Players Head To State Tournament

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:50 PM EDT2014-07-19 02:50:10 GMT
    Just south of Houston's busy inner loop a group of 10 year old boys hammered out their biggest concerns in life."Girls," said Luke, before bursting into laughter.More urgently, they also discussed their biggest concerns for the upcoming weekend."We made it all the way to state, said Josh. "I know we want to win, but we also have to have fun while doing it, hang out with teammates, meet some girls."Oh, boy!Meet Bellaire little league's state bound, undefeated 10 year old team. They won distric...
    Just south of Houston's busy inner loop a group of 10 year old boys hammered out their biggest concerns in life."Girls," said Luke, before bursting into laughter.More urgently, they also discussed their biggest concerns for the upcoming weekend."We made it all the way to state, said Josh. "I know we want to win, but we also have to have fun while doing it, hang out with teammates, meet some girls."Oh, boy!Meet Bellaire little league's state bound, undefeated 10 year old team. They won distric...
  • Houston Eats: The Popcorn Bar

    Houston Eats: The Popcorn Bar

  • Watching Your Money- Happiness at work

    Watching Your Money- Happiness at work

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:16 PM EDT2014-07-19 02:16:05 GMT
    While polls suggest unhappy workers outnumber the happy ones, few people take the steps to change that.A Houston woman wasn't going to let that be her story.After graduating from the University of Houston, Melissa Sanchez took off to law school, only to discover it was not a future that would make her happy."I realized there was no reason to stick around doing something I wasn't passionate about," says Sanchez.Instead, she loved to cook. Specifically, she liked to make desserts.The idea took ...
    While polls suggest unhappy workers outnumber the happy ones, few people take the steps to change that.A Houston woman wasn't going to let that be her story.After graduating from the University of Houston, Melissa Sanchez took off to law school, only to discover it was not a future that would make her happy."I realized there was no reason to stick around doing something I wasn't passionate about," says Sanchez.Instead, she loved to cook. Specifically, she liked to make desserts.The idea took ...
  • Former Enron Employee Creates Company Now Worth 10 Million

    Former Enron Employee Creates Company Now Worth 10 Million

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:05 PM EDT2014-07-19 02:05:57 GMT
    How many times have you thought about starting your own business but backed out because you're afraid? “Oh extremely. Extremely afraid to start the business,” admits Jane Henry CEO of Xcution Consulting. The former Enron employee has at least ten million reasons why she's glad she finally stopped talking about creating a company and she finally did it. “Yes we’re reaching ten million. Yaaaaay. I'm excited about that,” smiles Henry. Her company is nearing a big milestone of earning $10,000,000...
    How many times have you thought about starting your own business but backed out because you're afraid? “Oh extremely. Extremely afraid to start the business,” admits Jane Henry CEO of Xcution Consulting. The former Enron employee has at least ten million reasons why she's glad she finally stopped talking about creating a company and she finally did it. “Yes we’re reaching ten million. Yaaaaay. I'm excited about that,” smiles Henry. Her company is nearing a big milestone of earning $10,000,000...
  • Protesters demand end to flow if undocumented immigrants

    Protesters demand end to flow if undocumented immigrants

    Friday, July 18 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-07-19 00:01:54 GMT
    SCREAMING, YELLING, AND LOTS OF HOT TEMPERS TOOK OVER THE STREET IN FRONT OF THE MEXICAN CONSULATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON.DOZENS OF PEOPLE WERE OUT PROTESTING AGAINST THE STEADY FLOW OF UNACCOMPANIED ILLEGAL MINORS INTO THIS COUNTRY.BUT THEY WEREN'T ALONE...THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE YOUNG IMMIGRANTS ALSO MADE THEIR PRESENCE KNOWN AT THE BATTLE GROUND IN FRONT OF THE MEXICAN CONSULATE.IN THE MEANTIME, BRAZORIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL CONSIDER A RESOLUTION NEXT WEEK TO BAN ANY OF THE UNACCOMPANIED MINO...
    SCREAMING, YELLING, AND LOTS OF HOT TEMPERS TOOK OVER THE STREET IN FRONT OF THE MEXICAN CONSULATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON.DOZENS OF PEOPLE WERE OUT PROTESTING AGAINST THE STEADY FLOW OF UNACCOMPANIED ILLEGAL MINORS INTO THIS COUNTRY.BUT THEY WEREN'T ALONE...THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE YOUNG IMMIGRANTS ALSO MADE THEIR PRESENCE KNOWN AT THE BATTLE GROUND IN FRONT OF THE MEXICAN CONSULATE.IN THE MEANTIME, BRAZORIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL CONSIDER A RESOLUTION NEXT WEEK TO BAN ANY OF THE UNACCOMPANIED MINO...
  • Jury Finds Harlem Lewis Guilty Of Murder Of Bellaire Police Officer

    Jury Finds Harlem Lewis Guilty Of Murder Of Bellaire Police Officer

    Friday, July 18 2014 7:55 PM EDT2014-07-18 23:55:52 GMT
    It took a jury just two hours to convict Harlem Lewis of capital murder for killing a Bellaire police officer and a local business owner. Lewis’s defense team had tried to get the jury to convict him of felony murder instead, taking the death penalty off the table.On Christmas Eve 2012 Lewis led police officer Jimmy Norman on a high speed chase on the streets of the city. In the process he rammed a pickup truck. Eventually the chase ended outside a Maaaco shop. Norman got out of his patrol ca...
    It took a jury just two hours to convict Harlem Lewis of capital murder for killing a Bellaire police officer and a local business owner. Lewis’s defense team had tried to get the jury to convict him of felony murder instead, taking the death penalty off the table.On Christmas Eve 2012 Lewis led police officer Jimmy Norman on a high speed chase on the streets of the city. In the process he rammed a pickup truck. Eventually the chase ended outside a Maaaco shop. Norman got out of his patrol ca...
  • Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow released the following statement this afternoon

    Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow released the following statement this afternoon

    Friday, July 18 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-07-18 22:29:42 GMT
    We are disappointed that we were not able to reach an agreement with Brady Aiken today. As an organization, we devoted a great deal of time and resources to these negotiations. Despite our best efforts, a deal could not be reached.“The Astros offer to Brady was extremely fair considering all the factors involved in this case. As always, we approached these negotiations in good faith and with the best interests of the Astros organization in mind, both short-term and long-term. Throughout this ...
    We are disappointed that we were not able to reach an agreement with Brady Aiken today. As an organization, we devoted a great deal of time and resources to these negotiations. Despite our best efforts, a deal could not be reached.“The Astros offer to Brady was extremely fair considering all the factors involved in this case. As always, we approached these negotiations in good faith and with the best interests of the Astros organization in mind, both short-term and long-term. Throughout this ...
  • Jail inmate in custody after brief escape

    Jail inmate in custody after brief escape

    Friday, July 18 2014 2:02 PM EDT2014-07-18 18:02:19 GMT
    An inmate, who escaped from custody at a downtown Houston jail facility for a short while, has been detained, according to a statement from the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
    An inmate, who escaped from custody at a downtown Houston jail facility for a short while, has been detained, according to a statement from the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
  • Pres. Obama calls #MH17 'senseless act of violence'

    Pres. Obama calls #MH17 'senseless act of violence'

  • Southwest Houston townhome unit damaged in fire

    Southwest Houston townhome unit damaged in fire

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:23 PM EDT2014-07-18 16:23:35 GMT
    One townhome unit was damaged and a firefighter was taken to a hospital following a two-alarm fire in southwest Houston.
    One townhome unit was damaged and a firefighter was taken to a hospital following a two-alarm fire in southwest Houston.
  • Domestic Violence On the Rise In Houston

    Domestic Violence On the Rise In Houston

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:21 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:21:10 GMT
    From the Spring family massacre to the even more recent story of a mother murdered by her new husband, domestic violence seems to be at an all time high this week.Live desk.As reporters we are used to reporting on difficult news... But the past few weeks has been non stop... and it has centered around domestic abuse.On Thursday we talked with some experts in the field of family violence about this recent uptick in these types of murders.And the affect these domestic killings have on the survi...
    From the Spring family massacre to the even more recent story of a mother murdered by her new husband, domestic violence seems to be at an all time high this week.Live desk.As reporters we are used to reporting on difficult news... But the past few weeks has been non stop... and it has centered around domestic abuse.On Thursday we talked with some experts in the field of family violence about this recent uptick in these types of murders.And the affect these domestic killings have on the survi...
  • Husband kills wife then himself

    Husband kills wife then himself

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:18:33 GMT
    Three children have had their lives turned upside down after their mother was murdered by her new husband. The oldest, a 7-year old girl, went running from their Northeast Houston apartment as the gunshots rang out. Houston police say 24 year old Phillip Deckard shot and killed his wife, Candace Williams Deckard, then himself with her three children right there in the apartment."That's devastating, the effect it's going to have on the kids,” says the victim’s cousin Cheryl Broussard. Mrs. Dec...
    Three children have had their lives turned upside down after their mother was murdered by her new husband. The oldest, a 7-year old girl, went running from their Northeast Houston apartment as the gunshots rang out. Houston police say 24 year old Phillip Deckard shot and killed his wife, Candace Williams Deckard, then himself with her three children right there in the apartment."That's devastating, the effect it's going to have on the kids,” says the victim’s cousin Cheryl Broussard. Mrs. Dec...
  • Tire thieves target Cypress

    Tire thieves target Cypress

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:16 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:16:01 GMT
    Some Cypress residents are hopping mad over a rash of tire thefts plaguing their neighborhoods. Randy Wallace has this only on Fox report
    Some Cypress residents are hopping mad over a rash of tire thefts plaguing their neighborhoods. Randy Wallace has this only on Fox report
  • Undocumented Immigrant /Accused Killer Sits Behind Bars

    Undocumented Immigrant /Accused Killer Sits Behind Bars

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:11 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:11:27 GMT
    The sign near the front door said "Welcome," but it took four knocks on the door to get an answer, even as children could be heard yelling and seen peeking out a window of a trailer house in Katy where Harris County Sheriff deputies say they arrested a suspected killer, a man who arrived in the United States just last month as part of a huge Central American immigrant surge.Breitbart News was the first to report it.Pedro Alberto Monterroso-Navas crossed the Rio Grande on June 26, 2014 with tw...
    The sign near the front door said "Welcome," but it took four knocks on the door to get an answer, even as children could be heard yelling and seen peeking out a window of a trailer house in Katy where Harris County Sheriff deputies say they arrested a suspected killer, a man who arrived in the United States just last month as part of a huge Central American immigrant surge.Breitbart News was the first to report it.Pedro Alberto Monterroso-Navas crossed the Rio Grande on June 26, 2014 with tw...
  • Man arrested on pending weapons charge at Lone Star College campus

    Man arrested on pending weapons charge at Lone Star College campus

    Thursday, July 17 2014 5:41 PM EDT2014-07-17 21:41:41 GMT
    Houston police have taken a man into custody after that man pointed a gun at several people including a campus officer at Lone Star College-Victory Center.
    Houston police have taken a man into custody after that man pointed a gun at several people including a campus officer at Lone Star College-Victory Center.
  • Man reported missing, described by his relatives as 'suicidal'

    Man reported missing, described by his relatives as 'suicidal'

    Thursday, July 17 2014 3:06 PM EDT2014-07-17 19:06:29 GMT
    The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office is seeking help from the public to find a man reported missing from the Stafford area man.
    The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office is seeking help from the public to find a man reported missing from the Stafford area man.
  • Deadbeat dads exposed through their own social media posts

    Deadbeat dads exposed through their own social media posts

    Thursday, July 17 2014 1:08 PM EDT2014-07-17 17:08:04 GMT
    It’s not a crime if you don’t have the income to make child support payments, but it is a felony when you have the money and you are not paying on purpose. A series of investigative reports were done in Milwaukee regarding social media, and how it is helping investigators determine who is broke and who isn’t.3-year-old Casey has Leukemia. His mother, Jennifer Cvikel, has been by his side through a year and a half of suffering. He has had to go through chemotherapy, spinal taps, and week-long ...
    It’s not a crime if you don’t have the income to make child support payments, but it is a felony when you have the money and you are not paying on purpose. A series of investigative reports were done in Milwaukee regarding social media, and how it is helping investigators determine who is broke and who isn’t.3-year-old Casey has Leukemia. His mother, Jennifer Cvikel, has been by his side through a year and a half of suffering. He has had to go through chemotherapy, spinal taps, and week-long ...
  • The Houston World Series of Dog Shows

    The Houston World Series of Dog Shows

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 11:11 PM EDT2014-07-17 03:11:59 GMT
    It's a big week for avid dog lovers!Over at NRG Center the Houston World Series of Dog Shows just started.The annual dog show changed names but has the same amazing competitions and dogs.The premier canine event attracts more than 40 thousand spectators, participants, and vendors according to Tom Pincus, the show's chairman."This is a public dog show, so in order to get the public through the gate I need to have interesting things to show them and let them do," Pincus said.Show organizers say...
    It's a big week for avid dog lovers!Over at NRG Center the Houston World Series of Dog Shows just started.The annual dog show changed names but has the same amazing competitions and dogs.The premier canine event attracts more than 40 thousand spectators, participants, and vendors according to Tom Pincus, the show's chairman."This is a public dog show, so in order to get the public through the gate I need to have interesting things to show them and let them do," Pincus said.Show organizers say...
  • Prayer Vigil For Stay Family

    Prayer Vigil For Stay Family

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 11:07 PM EDT2014-07-17 03:07:29 GMT
    Hundreds came out for an evening prayer vigil in spring tonight, to pray for the stay family. This was a gathering of people of all ages, parents even brought small children. Most who came said they were here to pray for Cassidy Stay.
    Hundreds came out for an evening prayer vigil in spring tonight, to pray for the stay family. This was a gathering of people of all ages, parents even brought small children. Most who came said they were here to pray for Cassidy Stay.
  • Droneworks (Part 2)

    Droneworks (Part 2)

  • Local families live with drinkable water

    Local families live with drinkable water

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-07-17 00:05:37 GMT
    Some Houston residents have gone two weeks and counting without drinkable water.The 2200 families in Eldridge view area say they received a notice back on July 3 that they would have to boil their water.This comes after managers at Harris county mud 158 say the water, which comes from the city of Houston, did not meet state standards.John Montgomery with the mud says they're hoping to get clearance from the state to life the order.This is while homeowners say they've had enough of waiting.Kri...
    Some Houston residents have gone two weeks and counting without drinkable water.The 2200 families in Eldridge view area say they received a notice back on July 3 that they would have to boil their water.This comes after managers at Harris county mud 158 say the water, which comes from the city of Houston, did not meet state standards.John Montgomery with the mud says they're hoping to get clearance from the state to life the order.This is while homeowners say they've had enough of waiting.Kri...
  • More Car Problems With Popular GM Cars

    More Car Problems With Popular GM Cars

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 7:52 PM EDT2014-07-16 23:52:02 GMT
    General Motors has recalled more than 28-million vehicles this year alone. A Houston family says that number should be even higher after a couple of close calls. Imagine one minute you're driving along with other vehicles at 60 miles an hour and in an instant the engine stops, you can't put on brakes or accelerate and the steering wheel starts to lock up. That isn't a hypothetical for the Minkins family and several other Chevy Cruze owners describe something similar happening to them.“It cut ...
    General Motors has recalled more than 28-million vehicles this year alone. A Houston family says that number should be even higher after a couple of close calls. Imagine one minute you're driving along with other vehicles at 60 miles an hour and in an instant the engine stops, you can't put on brakes or accelerate and the steering wheel starts to lock up. That isn't a hypothetical for the Minkins family and several other Chevy Cruze owners describe something similar happening to them.“It cut ...
  • Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department Expands With Population Growth

    Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department Expands With Population Growth

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 7:35 PM EDT2014-07-16 23:35:58 GMT
    One local city is growing at such a rapid pace that officials say it’s being compared to major cities like Atlanta. Now the fire department is expanding to meet the need. This story comes to us from our partners with Community Impact Newspaper Cy-Fair edition.Cy-Fair firefighters are swift, ready and prompt. Working around the clock to help the community. And Cypress-Fairbanks, which now has a population of 400,000 is growing at an alarming rate.“We've been compared to the size of Atlanta and...
    One local city is growing at such a rapid pace that officials say it’s being compared to major cities like Atlanta. Now the fire department is expanding to meet the need. This story comes to us from our partners with Community Impact Newspaper Cy-Fair edition.Cy-Fair firefighters are swift, ready and prompt. Working around the clock to help the community. And Cypress-Fairbanks, which now has a population of 400,000 is growing at an alarming rate.“We've been compared to the size of Atlanta and...
  • Lays releases new flavors

    Lays releases new flavors

  • One Man In Critical Condition After Lightning Strike

    One Man In Critical Condition After Lightning Strike

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 7:25 PM EDT2014-07-16 23:25:36 GMT
    One man is fighting for his life after it is believed to be he was struck by lightning in Southwest Houston.You can see where a tree was struck by lightning at Imogene and Atwell. A work crew was on the property this afternoon when it happened. Officials believe lightning struck one of the workers. He was transported to the hospital in critical condition. They say he went into cardiac arrest. Three others were taken to the hospital in stable condition.Blair Martin who lives in the area witnes...
    One man is fighting for his life after it is believed to be he was struck by lightning in Southwest Houston.You can see where a tree was struck by lightning at Imogene and Atwell. A work crew was on the property this afternoon when it happened. Officials believe lightning struck one of the workers. He was transported to the hospital in critical condition. They say he went into cardiac arrest. Three others were taken to the hospital in stable condition.Blair Martin who lives in the area witnes...
  • Carjacking Stopped By Bystanders Caught On Video

    Carjacking Stopped By Bystanders Caught On Video

  • Free Standing Emergency Rooms

    Free Standing Emergency Rooms

  • Droneworks

    Droneworks

  • Whidby Majorettes Making History

    Whidby Majorettes Making History

     

  • Suspect shot by accomplice during burglary

    Suspect shot by accomplice during burglary

  • Washington man 1st to buy marijuana fired gets his job back

    Washington man 1st to buy marijuana fired gets his job back

  • New tools to help spcial kids bring creativity to life with T.U.T.S

    New tools to help spcial kids bring creativity to life with T.U.T.S

  • 1st case of Chikungunya virus hits Harris County

    1st case of Chikungunya virus hits Harris County

  • Immigration Overload: Children at the border

    Immigration Overload: Children at the border

     

     

  • East Harris County Arsonist

    East Harris County Arsonist

  • Shell's Deepwater Drilling (Part 3)

    Shell's Deepwater Drilling (Part 3)

  • American injured in the Running Of the Bull in Spain

    American injured in the Running Of the Bull in Spain

  • Former New Orleans Mayor During Hurricane Katrina Gets Sentenced to 10 Years

    Former New Orleans Mayor During Hurricane Katrina Gets Sentenced to 10 Years

  • Shell's Deepwater Drilling (Part 2)

    Shell's Deepwater Drilling (Part 2)

  • Beer Vending Machine Makes Debut At The Ballpark

    Beer Vending Machine Makes Debut At The Ballpark

  • Police recreate hot car death of 22 month old to establish timeline

    Police recreate hot car death of 22 month old to establish timeline

  • Houston Eats: Mikki's Cafe

    Houston Eats: Mikki's Cafe

  • DROWNING is SILENT

    DROWNING is SILENT

  • Friendswoods 119th Celebration

    Friendswoods 119th Celebration

  • Local streets have become a kill zone

    Local streets have become a kill zone

  • League City council member moves forward with plan to close community's boarder

    League City council member moves forward with plan to close community's boarder

  • Lake Conroe Safety

    Lake Conroe Safety

  • Freedom Over Texas Festival

    Freedom Over Texas Festival

  • Facebook Regrets Not Informing Users Of Experiment

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