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  • March for Babies honors premature babies by raising funds

    HOUSTON – The March of Dimes hosted their March for Babies this Sunday in an effort to support and make a difference for infants and moms. The walk aims to help families by contributing to research, programs, and life-changing breakthroughs that could lead to more thriving, healthy babies at birth. This walk also honors the memory of babies that have passed away due to being born premature, and other ailments that can affect infants. Participants were able to view names […]

  • Man shot multiple times in north Houston, HCSO searching for answers

    HOUSTON – A man was shot multiple times in the parking lot of some apartments Sunday morning, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies said they received a call about a weapons disturbance and possible shooting around 10:35 a.m. at the Carriage Place Apartments located at 505 Wells Fargo Drive. When they arrived to the scene, they found a man about 24 years old shot multiple times in the parking lot. The victim was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital […]

  • HFD has to make unusual rescue of worker trapped in crane

    HOUSTON – A worker was trapped in a crane basket after it tipped over while attempting to take down a sign Sunday morning, according to officials. The sign, which normally hangs over the intersection on Post Oak Boulevard and Westheimer Road, was scheduled to be brought down when the Houston Fire Department received a call around 4:00 a.m. saying that the worker was stuck. Authorities said at some point the cranes fell over and struck a second crane where the […]

  • San Jacinto Day Festival and Battle Reenactment gives Houstonians chance to relive history

    HOUSTON — The largest battle reenactment of the state took place in Houston this Saturday as several people enjoyed the San Jacinto Day Festival and Battle Reenactment. The event, which took place at the San Jacinto Monument, recreates the events leading up to Texas winning its independence from Mexico in 1836. The free event is sponsored by the San Jacinto Museum of History Association, and includes food, fun activities for the whole family to enjoy, country western bands, weaving, spinning, […]

  • MCSO: Man dies in IRONMAN competition in The Woodlands

    THE WOODLANDS, Texas – A man has died while competing in the IRONMAN competition in The Woodlands, Montgomery County Precinct 3 officials said. The competition started early Saturday morning. The triathlon consists of a 2.4 – mile long swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2 mile run. The man passed away during the swim portion of the race in Lake Woodlands. A spokesperson for the IRONMAN foundation released the following statement: “We are deeply saddened to confirm the death of one […]

  • HPD: Woman struck by wrong-way driver

    HOUSTON – A woman was hit while crossing the street with her husband, according to HPD. Officials said around 11:30 p.m., the couple was trying to cross Durham Drive at an unprotected area when a woman turned from a parking lot and started driving in the wrong direction, hitting the woman. The woman was transported to the hospital, and is in serious but stable condition. Her husband was uninjured. According to police, both parties were at fault for the accident.

  • Man found shot to death in vehicle near Missouri City Fire Station

    HOUSTON — Police are investigating the death of a man found shot multiple times in his car over the weekend following a shooting in the Westbury area, the Houston Police Department said. The victim — identified as a man in his mid-20s — was found sitting in a black Dodge Charger rental car in the 12000 block of McLain Boulevard around 1 a.m. Sunday. The Missouri City Police Department informed HPD officers there had been a shooting about an hour […]

  • Harris County deputies shut down illegal game room in north Houston

    HOUSTON – Harris County deputies detained several people inside an illegal game room business Friday night. Officials said around 9 p.m., deputies received a call about a robbery near Mitchell Road and Turner Place Road. When authorities arrived, they found people inside an illegal game room. Harris County VICE and deputies have arrested an unknown number of people. It is unknown if an actual robbery ever took place.  

  • Man found stabbed to death in apartment near downtown Houston

    HOUSTON – A man was found stabbed to death in an apartment Saturday night, according to the Houston Police Department. Det. Kyle Heaverlo said after a neighbor called authorities, officers arrived at the 1500 block of Gentry Street around 11 p.m. and noticed a man in his early to mid-40s laying dead. Heaverlo said the man was stabbed in his chest at least once. Houston police said a female relative was inside the apartment when the man was found and is […]