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Video appears to show dog being kicked and punched in Humble

It's difficult to see and hear the yelps that first made a neighbor in Humble pay attention. Tonight at 10, Christine Dobbyn has more on this story."I'm an animal lover myself. It was very difficult to have to witness that. I didn't know where to go from there," a neighbor said. Her name is Carmen,

ABC13 HOUSTON - 2017-11-18 03:55:44

Randalls donates $100,000 to Humble ISD during grand re-opening in Kingwood

Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen stood with Kingwood High School Principal Ted Landry and Summer Creek High School Principal Brent McDonald holding up an oversized check as people cheered during Randalls Town Center's grand re-opening event in Kingwood. Randalls President Sidney Hopper pres


Humble's Kingwood High School projected to open mid-March, cost more than $70M

Humble ISD administrators expect Kingwood High School to reopen by mid-March, allowing about 2,800 students displaced by Hurricane Harvey to return to their home campus. District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen said enough construction projects will be completed in the academic wings of Kingwood High


Charges possible in death of Texas State student from Humble

SAN MARCOS, Texas - The Texas State University Phi Kappa Psi chapter is under two investigations that could result in criminal charges for fraternity members and a years-long ban for the entire chapter, officials said Tuesday. The San Marcos police investigation into Houston native Matt Ellis' deat


Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit Humble ISD schools Wednesday

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is scheduled to visit two Humble ISD schools and speak with Houston-area principals Wednesday afternoon. It's her second trip to Texas since Hurricane Harvey. DeVos is expected to visit Summer Creek and Kingwood high schools, which have become intertwined since t


Randalls reopens, gives $100K to Humble ISD

KINGWOOD, Texas - A local school district still reeling from Hurricane Harvey got a big donation Wednesday morning. As part of Randalls' reopening in Kingwood, the store presented a $100,000 check to Humble ISD. Funds that will go towards helping the district rebuild some of their hard-hit schools,


Mother-daughter duo teams up to bring Christmas to Kingwood families affected by Harvey

Heather Mangels and her 13-year-old daughter, Ariella Brown, are collecting Christmas decor to give to those families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. "They have bigger issues at hand. A lot of the families that have come and requested decorations from us are living without appliances right now, livin

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-11-17 22:23:54

Mother claims daughter was sexually assaulted multiple times at Cy-Springs HS

CYPRESS, Texas - A student enrolled in the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District has been accused of inappropriately touching a female classmate, the district confirmed Thursday. Both students attend Cypress Springs High School, KPRC2 has confirmed. The mother of the girl told KPRC2 her da

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-11-17 04:24:29

Affidavit: Huntington woman sent letters to, followed, threatened man she she wanted to date

Deputies with the Angelina County Sheriff's Office arrested a 47-year--old woman on stalking charges in connection to allegations that she sent threatening and harassing letters, set off car alarms, followed people, and spread rumors because she wanted to date a man after his wife died. Julie Ann Le

KTRE - 2017-11-16 19:31:17

National studies, East Texas retailer

The National Retail Federation is forecasting a busy holiday season with consumers spending - on average about 4 percent more than last year. Some of that money exchange is happening in Nacogdoches at the annual Holiday in the Pines. A total of 63 vendors at Holiday in the Pines represent many fac

KTRE - 2017-11-17 23:41:00

Citing health issues, Jasper mayor resigns

Jasper Mayor Randy Sayers submitted his resignation letter Friday morning. In the letter, Sayers cited health issues as his reason for stepping down. "Due to reasons of health, I am tendering my resignation as mayor of the City of Jasper, effective immediately," Sayers wrote in his letter. "I would

KTRE - 2017-11-17 22:39:39

At least 1 person airlifted from scene of 2-vehicle wreck near Angelina-Polk county line

A medical helicopter airlifted at least one person from the scene of a two-vehicle wreck that occurred near the Angelina-Polk county line on U.S. Highway 59 South Friday afternoon. Both southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 59 are blocked at the scene of the wreck, and traffic is moving slowly on the nor

KTRE - 2017-11-17 21:54:59

Affidavit: Irving man stabbed another man during argument at Nacogdoches bar

Officers with the Nacogdoches Police Department arrested a 25-year-old man late Thursday night in connection to allegations that he got into an argument at a club and used a pocket knife to stab another man. Christian Geovannye Salinas, of Irving is still being held in the Nacogdoches County jail on

KTRE - 2017-11-17 21:45:00

Main Street Lufkin's Lighted Christmas Parade scheduled for Nov. 27

One of the area's highlight events of the season, the parade is scheduled for 6 p.m. Nov. 27 in downtown Lufkin. The deadline for parade entries is today. This year's theme is "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree." This year's parade will be limited to 100 entries. Download an entry form by visiting v

LUFKIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:30:00

Salvation Army of Lufkin kicks off holiday season

The Salvation Army of Lufkin has kicked off its 2017 holiday season. Over the next month, residents will have the opportunity to donate. This year's events were officially launched at Bronaugh Park Thursday morning, where Capts. Jason and Michelle Moore rallied volunteers for the Lufkin chapter of t

LUFKIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:30:00

Lufkin Elementary School hosts colonial-era Boston Market

The 'Gifted and Talented' program at Brandon Elementary in Lufkin, showed off weeks of hard work, Thursday morning, with a Boston-Market-style event. The students were all tasked with researching a colonial-America-era job and creating props and a tri-fold that describes that job. Some of the jobs i

KTRE - 2017-11-16 19:57:25

Teachers, students Downtown on 9/11 should register for federal benefits, says lawyer

Roughly 250,000 people who breathed poisoned air while living, working, and studying Downtown after 9/11 don't realize they may be eligible for compensation and healthcare from Uncle Sam, with many of them still believing benefits related to the attack are reserved for emergency responders and clean

DOWNTOWNEXPRESS.COM - 2017-11-17 19:09:28

Jay-Z defends Meek Mill, blasts criminal justice system in New York Times op-ed

Jay-Z defended Meek Mill in a New York Times editorial published Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, that criticized the criminal justice system. (Credit: Getty Images / Nicholas Hunt) Growing up in Brooklyn in the 1970s, Jay-Z witnessed unfair imprisonment of black people "up close," the rap icon wrote in a Ne

AMNY.COM - 2017-11-17 20:36:00

New York Transit Museum's Holiday Train Show returns to Grand Central Terminal

The New York Transit Museum is once again delighting train buffs with the return of its Holiday Train Show. The 16th annual display, featuring Lionel model trains running along a 34-foot-long, two-level, "O" gauge track layout, rolled into Grand Central Terminal on Nov. 16. The museum, however, scra

AMNY.COM - 2017-11-17 16:36:00

170 firefighters battle fire in 6-story apartment building

Firefighters are battling a fire in the upper floors of an apartment building in Hamilton Heights Friday afternoon. The blaze, which erupted at approximately 3:20 in the afternoon, sent smoke billowing into the New York sky. (Nov. 17) NEW YORK (AP) - Firefighters are battling a large fire on the top

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 22:43:49