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  • Governor Greg Abbott, US HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Congressman John Culberson discuss $5 billion in Community Development Block Grants

    HOUSTON— Governor Greg Abbott will join Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson and Congressman John Culberson held a press conference Friday to discuss the $5 billion in Community Development Block Grants that the state of Texas was awarded.

  • Major pileup involving 18-wheeler shuts down I-45

    HOUSTON—  A seven car pileup involving an 18-wheeler on I-45 left commuters stuck in traffic for hours Friday morning. According to police, a vehicle tried to avoid hitting a pickup truck and caused a chain reaction, which led to the other accidents. An 18-wheeler hauling trash swerved to avoid the pileup, hit a cement barrier, flipped over and caught fire. Burning trash from the 18-wheeler covered the freeway, leading to the closure of all southbound lanes. The 18- wheeler driver […]

  • Precinct 4 deputy released from hospital after being shot during disturbance call in Humble

    HOUSTON — Deputy Christopher Gaines — the officer who was critically injured while responding to a disturbance call in Humble — has been released from the hospital, the Harris County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office confirmed Thursday. Constable Mark Herman took to Twitter to share the good news with the community. We are pleased to announce, late yesterday evening, our Deputy Christopher Gaines was released from Hermann Hospital ! He still has out patient surgeries scheduled in the near future. We […]

  • WATCH: National Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump to announce lawsuit in police shooting of Danny Ray Thomas

    HOUSTON— National civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump and Texas trial lawyer Bob Hilliard and the family of police shooting victim Danny Ray Thomas announced a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff’s Office at a press conference Thursday. Thomas, 34, died from a single gunshot wound. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office released dash cam footage March 26 of the shooting, which took place a busy intersection near the 17000 block of Imperial Valley Drive. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez also announced […]

  • PHOTOS: Houston Black Restaurant week kicks-off with NOSH Culinary Showcase

    HOUSTON— Houston Black Restaurant Week is off to a great start after Thursday nights star-studded NOSH event. The third annual culinary showcase featured Houston’s premiere Black chefs, caterers, and bartenders and Houstonians got a chance to enjoy every sip and bite at the one of a kind experience. Guests also got a chance to take photos with celebrity guest Chris Tucker and rapper Kirko Bangz. Restaurant week runs from April 16 to April 29 and boasts a different event each day of […]

  • Train halted after hitting stolen car abandoned on tracks in north Houston

    HOUSTON— The Houston Police Department is searching for suspects accused of abandoning a stolen car on the train tracks in north Houston. According to police, the train was riding along the tracks at Parker St. when it hit a silver car. The silver car was forced off the tracks and crashed into a red SUV. Further investigation revealed that the silver car was stolen from a Bombshells restaurant. It is still not known why the SUV was parked so close […]

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    JJ Watt named on Time Magazine’s most influential people list

    HOUSTON— Time Magazine announced its 15th annual list of most influential people and Houston fan favorite JJ Watt is on the list. The full list and related tributes will appear in the April 30 issue of TIME, and will be available on news stands Friday. The list recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals. “The TIME 100 is a list of the world’s most influential men and women, not it’s most powerful, though those are […]

  • Reward offered in ‘Muslim Punishment Day’ stabbing of Houston woman

    HOUSTON— The Houston chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations announced Friday a $5,000 reward will given for information leading the arrest of a man accused of stabbing a woman on “Punish A Muslim Day.” According to police, the victim was leaving her job as a nurse when she was sideswiped by an SUV.  When the victim got out of her vehicle to review any damages to her vehicle, the SUV pulled up next to her. Investigators said a man […]

  • HPD: Car thieves lead police on high-speed chase down North Freeway

    HOUSTON— Two men were arrested Thursday after leading police on a high-speed chase in north Houston. According to police, patrol officers spotted a car that was reported stolen two days ago driving down the N. Shepherd feeder road around 3 a.m. When the officers attempted to approach the vehicle, the driver sped away and merged onto the N. Sam Houston Pkwy entrance ramp. Officers continued to pursue the driver from Ella to Fallbrook, then back to 45 North Freeway. The […]