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Houston reaches freezing temperatures, another cold night ahead
HOUSTON - It is official! The first freeze of the season has hit Houston! Temperatures dropped below freezing Wednesday morning not only in Houston but all the way south into coastal counties. Temperatures dropped below freezing as far south as Angleton, League City and Anahauc. Although Galveston
TRAFFIC ALERT: Deadly truck crash shuts down I-10 East eastbound
HOUSTON -- A person was killed in a fiery crash on I-10 East in the Channelview area early Wednesday morning.Houston TranStar reports the freeway's eastbound lanes have been closed near Cedar Lane since about 1:30 a.m. when a large truck and another vehicle collided. All traffic is being forced to t
Juvenile certified to stand trial for murder as adult
Judge Barbara Roberts after a hearing on Monday approved prosecutors’ request to transfer Cindy Ana Esquivel, 17, into criminal court to face a charge of murder, court records show.
City approves Dickinson Avenue reconstruction
The city council Tuesday approved a contract worth almost $6 million to reconstruct Dickinson Avenue, a project slated to begin in 2019 and continue through 2020, officials said.
Sex with students: Why more Texas teachers are getting caught
In recent months teachers from Houston ISD, Spring Branch ISD, Pasadena ISD and Dickinson ISD have been charged for either inappropriate or sexual relationships with students.
Santa Fe HS gets visit and donation from Houston Astros
SANTA FE, Texas (KTRK) --Santa Fe High School's varsity baseball team will run the bases this coming season with some added Astro power.On Monday, the Houston Astros dropped by the campus to meet with players and to gift them with new cleats."We are very appreciative of their support as our team pre
UPDATE: Former Harris County deputy killed by son near Spring, sheriff says
SPRING, Texas - A former Harris County deputy was killed Wednesday by his son during a domestic disturbance that escalated to a shooting at their home near Spring, officials said. The shooting happened about 5:30 a.m. near the corner of Meadowhill Court and Meadowhill Drive. Harris County Sheriff
WATCH LIVE: Fire officials responding to house fire near Pasadena
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) --The Pasadena Fire Department is responding to a house fire Tuesday morning.Firefighters say a home is on fire in the 600 block of Forest Lake Drive.According to reports, the fire may be spreading to neighboring homes in the area.Skeye13 is over the scene, where white smoke is
TRAFFIC ALERT: I-10 shut down after chase ends in deadly wreck
HOUSTON -- A suspect was killed when a chase ended in a fiery crash on I-10 East in the Channelview area early Wednesday, the sheriff's office confirms.Deputies with the Harris County Sheriff's Office were chasing a suspect in a Chevrolet Impala when he or she got onto the freeway heading westbound
Possible getaway vehicle used in slaying of Lamar student found; search on for gunman
HOUSTON - Police now say a vehicle found several hours after a Lamar High School student was gunned down may not be the getaway vehicle that was used in the shooting, and a description of another vehicle was released Wednesday. The shooting happened about 12:15 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of
Freeze Warning in effect through Wednesday
Alvin, Angleton, Bay City, Cleveland, Dayton, Devers, Edna, El Campo, First Colony, Ganado, Houston, Liberty, Mission Bend, Missouri City, Pearland, Pecan Grove, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, and Wharton.
Police arrest several for trespassing violations
At approximately 3:20 a.m. Nov. 4, a traffic stop conducted in the 1800 block of East State Highway 6 led to the arrest of the 22-year-old male driver from Rosharon for driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.
We're on 'flurry watch' in southeast Texas; Freeze watch tonight
SNOWING AT MY HOUSE!@GaughanSurfing@NWSHouston@DavidPaulKHOU@BrooksKHOU@weatherchannelpic.twitter.com/D8FQbfkK1i— Blake Mathews (@KHOUBlake11)November 13, 2018
Aldi opens to big crowds, Waitr expands to mainland
Shop talk:Maybe it was pent-up demand, curiosity or all the opening day giveaways. Whatever the reason, hundreds of shoppers descended Thursday onAldifor the grocery store’s opening inPalmer Plaza, 3442 Palmer Highway in Texas City.
One man dead, another injured after shootout in NW Houston
HOUSTON - A man is dead and another injured after a shootout in front of a home in northwest Houston. According to police, the incident between the two men happened around 6:30 p.m. Monday in the driveway of a home near Citadel and W. 43rd. The two men shot at each other several times for unknown
First female assistant drum major for Marine band honored at Alvin High School
ALVIN, Texas - Veterans, both past and present, were honored during a special ceremony being held at Alvin High School. The ceremony started around 11:20 a.m. It is the fourth year this event has been held, and each year it gets bigger. Eighty veterans from all branches of the military took part i
Commissioners fire facilities manager after short meeting
In a meeting lasting less than five minutes, commissioners unanimously voted to fire Michael Bell, who'd been director of facilities management since 2012.
City ready to act on ditch and road work
City council members, who meet at 6 p.m. today, will consider contracts worth more than $435,000 with two different Houston-based engineering firms for clearing silt and debris from ditches.
District’s Hightower ruling confusing, disappointing
So, if Hightower was caught doing the same thing as PN-G, but, in this case, in six of its games, then the team has to forfeit those six games (if not just jumping to the reasonable assumption that Hightower’s entire season is suspect), right? Well, that’s not what was decided.
Teen girls robbed, carjacked outside Houston church, parent says
The church's Parishioner, German Hurtado said, "I was surprised and shocked that something like this would happen outside of church especially when there is a lot of community and family."