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  • Trial dates set for former HCSO deputy and husband charged with murder

    HOUSTON – Trial dates have been set for former Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy and her husband accused of choking a man to death. Chauna Thompson and her husband Terry are both facing murder charges for the death of John Hernandez, 24, at a Denny’s restaurant in Crosby back in May.  Terry’s trial will begin on May 18, while Chauna’s trial is set to start on June 1. The husband and wife were in court Thursday, but left without giving a […]

  • Texas restaurant puts offensive display of Caitlyn Jenner on its bathroom doors

    ALLEN, TX – As if transgender individuals didn’t already have enough to worry about when it comes to bathrooms in the lone star state, a restaurant in Allen is using pre and post-transition images of Caitlyn Jenner to identify its men’s and women’s bathrooms. The display is at best an ignorant and misguided attempt at humor and at worst a deliberate denigration of the transgender community. What’s going on here Dallas? pic.twitter.com/CgllDKliE2 — Dom (@DomDiFurio) October 30, 2017 Dodie’s Place […]

  • Long Lines as D-SNAP application period reopens for Harris County

    HOUSTON – There’s good news and there’s bad news for families having trouble putting food on the table after Hurricane Harvey. The good news is if you didn’t submit your applications for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or D-SNAP, then you have another chance to do so. The bad news is the lines to apply are long. We’re talking the length of multiple football fields. “It was pretty much a hassle, but then the line starts moving along,” said Gary […]

  • Trump celebrates losses by health insurance companies as he works to destroy the Affordable Care Act

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Trump loves to talk about how great the stock market is doing under his presidency, but on Saturday he took to Twitter to celebrate major losses for health insurance companies. Health Insurance stocks, which have gone through the roof during the ObamaCare years, plunged yesterday after I ended their Dems windfall! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14, 2017 The stock prices for a number of insurance providers plummeted Friday, just a day after Trump ended […]

  • President Trump’s tweets reveal he doesn’t know how to take a joke

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Trump isn’t done fighting  the news media and its coverage of his administration, but on Saturday he fired the first shot in the war against another group that’s been highly critical of his work as president – late night talk show hosts. Late Night host are dealing with the Democrats for their very "unfunny" & repetitive material, always anti-Trump! Should we get Equal Time? — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2017 More and more people […]

  • Mulvaney says it’s too early to draw conclusions from GOP tax reform plan, but Trump and Republicans are doing just that

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Trump and Republican members of Congress are playing defense on their proposed tax reforms. The framework of their plan was unveiled earlier this week, but administration officials are already trying to stop people from analyzing it. “The bill is not finished yet,” said White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney Sunday during an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union. “Keep in mind what we introduced this week is the framework, a basic agreement between the White […]

  • Abbott’s $50 million check for Harvey relief squashes beef with Turner, ends the need for Houston property tax hike

    HOUSTON – Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner appear to have ended their debate on how the state should use its more than $10 billion rainy day fund… and all it took was a check for $50 million. That just happens to be the amount of money Turner estimated his proposed property tax hike would bring in, so with the additional funding in place, he dropped the proposal. The check essentially appears to be a peace offering […]

  • What you need to know before applying for D-SNAP disaster relief food assistance program

    HARRIS COUNTY – There’s more help on the way for families working to recover following Hurricane Harvey. Friday, September 22 is the first day that residents of Harris County can apply for the Disaster Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, or D-SNAP. What does D-SNAP really look like? What does it mean to #Harvey victims who are working to rebuild their homes and communities? Take a look. pic.twitter.com/ag3N5AENdl — Texas HHSC (@TexasHHSC) September 22, 2017 What is D-SNAP? D-SNAP is a food […]

  • AG Paxton’s preemptive SB4 lawsuit thrown out by federal judge in Austin

    AUSTIN — A federal judge has thrown out Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit defending Texas’ ‘sanctuary cities’ law. Senate Bill 4 was signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott in May. The controversial legislation bans Texas cities from refusing to comply with federal immigration officials, lets members of law enforcement ask the immigration status of those they detain or arrest, and allows local law enforcement officials to be charged with a misdemeanor if they choose not to comply with requests […]