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  • Two bombings in Afghanistan leave more than 20 dead

    (CNN) — At least 24 people have been killed and 91 injured after two blasts near the Afghan Defense Ministry in Kabul, said Saleem Rasooli, head of Kabul hospitals. The incident happened Monday afternoon, Afghan government spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said. He said police now have control of the area. The Taliban are claiming responsibility.

  • Deputies: 2 people fatally shot in apparent murder-suicide at Magnolia home

    MAGNOLIA, Texas — The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a man and woman were found dead Thursday afternoon inside their home in Magnolia. Police said a family member was the first to discover the two deceased around 3 p.m. at a home in the 19100 block of Forest Ridge Drive.  Detectives said the individual went to check on the woman who had not shown up for work for several days — nor did she call in. According to officials, […]

  • Between the Lines: Craig recounts his first 7 jobs

    HOUSTON — Have you seen the hashtag #FirstSevenJobs circulating around social media? Many people, including celebrities, are sharing their first places of employments — and let’s just say some of this jobs make you appreciate yours a little more. Craig Hlavaty reminisces on his first gigs as a meat market employee at Kroger, a Domino’s Pizza manager, a member of the Marine Corp and more.  

  • #BlackTwitter drags rapper Yung Joc after revealing his ‘old school’ new do!

    Move over Kim Kardashian. Your “ass-ets” aren’t the only thing that can break the Internet. Rapper and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” reality star Yung Joc debuted a new hair style on his Instagram Friday morning and let’s just say—the Internet wasted no time putting their Photoshop skills to the test. The artist is seen rocking a pressed, short hairdo – similar to styles worn wayyyyy back in the day by soul crooners from groups like the Temptations, and Eddie […]

  • Heroin, other drugs found in home near north Houston high school

    HOUSTON –  Harris County officers raided a drug house Thursday morning and you wouldn’t believe where the home was located — right across a street from a high school! Harris County Precinct 1 official said Barry Dixon, 37, and Craig Ross, 44, were charged with possession of a controlled substances with intent to deliver after being arrested at a home in the 3900 block of Cortland St. The charges were enhanced due to the raid’s proximity to Booker T. Washington […]

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