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  • Suspect accused of striking, killing Nassau Bay police sergeant still at large

    Closer look at the SWAT standoff happening now in SE Houston. Heard law enforcement giving instructions for the person inside to come out the front door peacefully. Authorities believe the suspect wanted in Nassau Bay Sgt.’s death may be inside. @CW39Houston — Courtney Carpenter (@CourtneyCW39) December 11, 2019 HOUSTON, Texas — The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man accused of striking and killing a Nassau Bay police officer Tuesday night during a traffic stop. Tavores D. Henderson, […]

  • City honors fallen HPD Sgt. Chris Brewster

    HOUSTON — Houston City Hall was lit with blue lights Tuesday in honor of slain police sergeant Chris Brewster, and will remain that way until Wednesday night. Arturo Solis, 25, is charged with capital murder. The suspect went before a judge Monday and remains in custody without bond. During the hearing, the public learned more details about the shooting including that Solis emptied his gun at or into Brewster. We also learned from Solis’ defense attorneys that they believe he […]

  • Toys ‘R’ Us opens second new U.S. store at The Galleria

    HOUSTON – Toys “R” Us is making their comeback! After filing for bankruptcy two years ago and closing hundreds of stores, they are now opening their second new U.S. store at The Galleria in Houston. The new store opens to the public at 10 am Friday. The grand opening celebration will take place on Saturday starting at 10 am. The first 200 guests on Saturday will receive a free gift bag. The new stores are smaller than the previous Toys […]

  • Shoppers show up early for Black Friday deals

    Maybe it’s family tradition or maybe it’s the discounts and deals that draw so many people to go shopping the day after Thanksgiving.  Either way, Black Friday is one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Morning Dose’s Courtney Carpenter spent the morning at The Galleria talking to shoppers about the deals they scored!

  • 3 injured as explosion rocks Port Neches chemical plant

    A large fire continues to burn Wednesday morning in Port Neches, about 100 miles east of Houston,  after an explosion rocked a chemical plant there around 1 a.m. The Port Neches Police Department said in a statement “There’s extensive damage throughout the city.” The explosion happened at the TPC Group Port Neches operations site. The plant makes products for chemical and petroleum companies. Three people were injured in the explosion. The TPC Group, which is based in Houston, said in […]

  • Authorities are asking for help identifying suspect in Humble man’s murder

    HOUSTON–Authorities are asking for help identifying the suspect responsible for the murder of Deodrick Bradley, a young husband and father. Bradley was shot multiple times at his home in the 3600 block of Arbor Trail in Humble on September 30, 2019. His wife, Vernita, is speaking out and pleading with the public to come forward if they know anything about what happened. Vernita says it was a normal morning for their family. She says Deodrick made her coffee and walked […]

  • Houston BCycle continues electric bike pilot program through end of 2019

    Let’s face it, we live in a city known for traffic and the population in Houston is on the rise. One alternative to sitting in traffic is hopping on a bike. Houston BCycle is expanding and they’re putting electric bicycles to the test. “E-bikes, with that extra boost, just get you where you need to go a lot quicker with low effort,” said Beth Martin, the executive director of Houston Bike Share. You just get on and bike like normal, […]

  • HCSO says false 911 call led them to discover illegal game room in north Houston

    A false 911 call to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office led to the discovery of an illegal game room in north Houston. Harris County District 2 deputies responded to an aggravated robbery call around 9 p.m. Sunday. Deputies say they were called to a building at 11702 Aldine Westfield Road. That’s where they realized there was not an aggravated robbery going on, but there was an illegal gambling operation. “Our units were originally dispatched to this location for a report […]

  • The Houston Food Bank needs help after nearly 2 million pounds of food had to be thrown away

    The Houston Food Bank helps out so many in Southeast Texas, feeding around 800,000 people each year. But now, they need the community’s help. Around 1.8 million pounds of food had to be thrown out after an ammonia leak contaminated a refrigerated area on Tuesday, Nov. 12. The cleaning process is still underway and their hope is to be able to start restocking shelves early next week. Over the past several days, many local businesses have stepped up with generous […]

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