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Centerville man jailed in crash
A Centerville man was jailed this week after being accused of causing a collision on Texas 7 that killed one woman and injured two men. According to Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Sgt. Jimmy Morgan, around 11 p.m. Sunday, three people were in a pickup traveling westbound on Texas 7. Jus
Fourth arrest made in connection to Austin jeweler slaying
A fourth man has been arrested in connection to the March slaying of an Austin jeweler, according to a report. The Austin American-Statesman reports that Arieon Oneal Smith, 21, was charged Thursday in the March 2 slaying of Theodore Shaughnessy. Shaughnessy's son, Nicolas, and 21-year-old Johnny Ro
Mustangs compete in West Kolache Classic
The Madisonville Varsity basketball team competed in the West Kolache Classic over the weekend and picked up a couple of wins in what was an up-and-down performance as a whole.
Heroic Houston high school student saves woman from violent attacker
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) - A high school student is being praised for his heroic actions after he stopped an apparent violent crime in progress. 18-year-old Luciano Villalobos was working at a grocery store when he heard screams coming from a library parking lot across the street.
WebExtra: Anonymous person pays layaways at Crockett’s Wal-Mart
NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) - An anonymous person paid off the entire balance for customers at Walmart located in Crockett. KTRE’s Stefante Randall spoke to one of the customers on she felt about receiving the blessing and I also spoke to the anonymous person on why they decided to be a blessing.
UPDATE: 3 officers shot in Houston, gunman barricaded in residence
HOUSTON, Texas (KETK) - Three officers were injured Tuesday in a shooting in the Mt. Houston area of Harris County, and the gunman is at large, authorities said. The shooting was reported about 1:15 p.m. in the area of Hartwick Road and U.S. Highway 59 Eastex Freeway.
Basketball star on injured list
Injury has interrupted Tylisea Roundtree's college basketball season. The Madisonville High School graduate played six of 14 games (4-10) for Cedar Valley College, a first-year program, before suffering a knee injury.
Madisonville locals compete in Vegas
Three Madisonville students qualified for the Jr. National Finals Rodeo, which was held in conjunction with the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Luke Coleman, a sixth grader at Madisonville Jr. High, will compete in the Breakaway Calf Roping event. Bryce Jenson, an eighth grader at Madisonville J
Not your average bath bomb: Here is what you can find at Houston's newest CBD store
Houstonians looking for a unique way to relieve their pain are in luck. Ojas CBD, Houston's newest cannabidiol store, is officially open and offers products that aim to help address a variety of medical ailments.
Local man stands guard with honor
Teague 2017 graduate, U.S. Navy Seaman Hayden Roberts, was part of the ceremonial honor guard standing watch as former president George H.W. Bush lay in repose at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston.
Say It Ain't Snow: Cold Front May Bring The White Stuff To Texas
HOUSTON, TX — It may not feel like it with temps hovering at about 70 degrees on Wednesday, but there could be snow on the ground in some parts of the Lone Star state by Friday morning.
Madisonville Police searching for teen
MADISONVILLE, Texas -- The Madisonville Police Department needs your help finding 14-year-old Roslynn Richelle House. Roslynn was last seen Dec. 5, 2018, wearing white Jordan shoes, a blue jacket, multi-color pants, and a black headband. She was also carrying a zebra color blanket and a black backpa
Crockett police searching for suspects in 2 theft investigations
CROCKETT, TX (KTRE) - The Crockett Police Department is asking for the public’s help in two separate theft investigations. The police are searching for two suspects they believed are involved in two separate theft investigation. On Dec. 10, the department posted photos of the two suspects on their F
Governor appoints local professor to Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
Governor Greg Abbot has appointed Sam Houston State University School of Nursing professor E’Loria Simon-Campbell, PhD, RN, to the Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke.
Montgomery County Commissioners pursue plan to increase courthouse security
Photo: Michael Minasi, Staff Photographer / Houston Chronicle. Montgomery County commissioners tabled a discussion about increased security for county courts Tuesday after Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack asked the court to approve enhanced security measures for his offices.
A flu shot is good for and for those around you
Last winter’s flu season was a rough one, dominated by a particularly troublesome virus strain. But it did not have to be nearly as deadly as it was. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that more than 80,000 Americans died of the flu in the 2017-2018 flu season, the
Former Houston's First Baptist Church minister accused of embezzling $800k from church
HOUSTON – A Harris County grand jury indicted a former Houston's First Baptist Church minister Monday for allegedly stealing more than $800,000 from the church. According to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office says Jerrell G. Altic, 40, allegedly embezzled the money during a six-year period
Activists decry no-jail sentence for former frat president
HOUSTON (AP) — In a case with echoes of the furor involving a Stanford University swimmer two years ago, advocates for sex-crime victims say the plea bargain that enabled a former Baylor University fraternity president to stay out of jail is another failure by the legal system.
Noack hopeful to give Montgomery County department control back to full court
Photo: Jason Fochtman, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer. Montgomery County commissioners will again consider reversing the court's 2015 action that gave County Judge Craig Doyal ultimate control over each county department.
Colts snap Texans' 9-game winning streak with 24-21 win
HOUSTON (AP) - Indianapolis receiver T.Y. Hilton missed multiple practices with a shoulder injury in the week leading up to Sunday's trip to NRG Stadium for a critical AFC South matchup. The Colts said his status was up in the air.