Recent Articles
  • Dickinson PD: Suspect arrested, accused of shooting supervisor at Gay Family Kia 

    DICKINSON, Texas – An employee shot his supervisor Friday afternoon because he was upset about the number of hours he was assigned to work, according to the Dickinson Police Department. The shooting happened around 4 p.m. at the Gay Family Kia in the 3000 block of Gulf Freeway. Joshua Lee, 29, went into Michael Pavlas’ office and shot him because he was upset about the number of hours he was assigned to work, police said. Lee left in his 2011 […]

  • Latest investigative findings tell different story about ‘man shot in buttocks by girlfriend’s ex’ 

    HOUSTON — The investigation into a shooting outside a local nightclub, during which a man was reportedly shot in the buttocks, has revealed a different truth about what happened Friday morning. Houston police first reported a man was shot in the buttocks by his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend while leaving a nightclub. According to initial reports, the couple and suspect got into an argument and the ex-boyfriend threatened to shoot the victim. While the couple was driving away from the club, the […]

  • More accusers come out against youth softball coach accused of molesting child in Montgomery County

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas — More victims have come forward since the arrest of a Montgomery County youth softball coach accused of molesting a 14-year-old player. Juan “Coach Manny” Corona, 44, is charged with three counts of sexual assault of a child. The local constable’s office feared there were more victims and sadly their suspensions where validated Friday when a new victim came forward. According to deputies, the new victim was interviewed and information was obtained from an ongoing sexual assault […]

  • Influenza contributes to deaths of two Montgomery County inmates at Conroe hospital, deputies say

    CONROE, Texas — The influenza virus may have contributed to the deaths of two inmates at the Montgomery County Jail, the sheriff’s office announced Friday. Officers said the inmates died while in custody at the Conroe Regional Medical Center, where they were being treated for their symptoms. Although both men suffered from numerous other medical issues, the sheriff’s office office said it is possible that the flu also played a role in their deaths. The inmates have been identified as Mosheer […]

  • WATCH: Rep. Al Green discuses second attempt to have Congress impeach Trump

    HOUSTON — U.S. Congressman Al Green held a press conference Friday to discuss his second attempt at having President Donald Trump impeached. The Texas representative plans to present articles of impeachment to the House sometime next week, the office said. “Congressional condemnation of racist bigotry is not enough,” Rep. Green said in a release. “In Congress, talk is cheap-it’s how we vote that counts. Next week, I will again bring a resolution to impeach President Trump. I will put my […]

  • Man passes away in surgery after being shot at apartments in Meyerland, police say

    HOUSTON — Houston police are investigating after a man was fatally shot Thursday night in Meyerland. Officers responded to The Villages at Meyerland apartments in the 8900 block of Chimney Rock Road near Caversham Drive around 10:30 p.m. Investigators said residents had reported hearing multiple gunshots before finding a man lying in the street. “After knocking on several doors and speaking with residents that live here, we’ve been able to gather that it sounds like multiple shots were fired either […]

  • Conroe teen still missing almost two weeks later, deputies say

    CONROE, Texas — The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a teen who was reported missing from Conroe almost two weeks ago. Justice Adam Ramirez, 17, was last seen at his home on Ferguson Drive near Splendora on Dec. 31, 2017. The teen is 6 feet tall and weighs around 150 pounds. He has a curved pinky on his right hand and a three tattoo on either his right or left hand. Investigators said he was wearing a gray hoodie […]

  • School superintendent finds candy ‘bribes’ for snow day on his front porch

    HILLSBORO, Mo. – Winter weather had many students in the St. Louis area excited about a possible snow day Friday, and Superintendent Doc Cornman of Hillsboro Schools tweeted that someone was sending him candy “bribes” to call off school. A note with Reese’s peanut butter cups placed at his front door read: “You know what to do.” The first round of "Please Call School Off Tomorrow" candy has arrived. Students in my neighborhood really want a Snow Day!!! They remembered […]

  • Licensed massage therapist arrested, charged with prostitution in north Houston 

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A licensed massage therapist is facing criminal charges following a prostitution investigation outside a Spring neighborhood, Harris County Constable’s Office Pct. 4 announced Friday. Officers responded to the 19600 block of Kuykendahl Road on Jan. 10 after receiving a resident complaints. During the investigation, constable deputies posed as customers at Q Massage. The massage parlor is in the same shopping center as a child day care and the entrance of a residential neighborhood, officers said. Huamei […]