Headlines for Jan. 19
Headlines for Jan. 19: Body found in Sunnyside; Neighbors in Conroe concerned about guns in the community; Water main broken in Montrose, spilling water for weeks -- Seth Kovar
Child Trapped Under Rubble of Destroyed House Saved by Rescue Worker A child in Jindires, Syria, who was trapped under the rubble of a house destroyed by earthquakes on Monday, February 6, was saved by a rescue worker with the Syria Civil Defence. On Tuesday, the country’s death toll surpassed 1,800. The Syria Civil Defence said rescue efforts were continuing “amid great difficulties” and predicted the death toll would rise. By February 7, the death toll in Turkey from the earthquakes had climbed to over 5,400. Credit: Syria Civil Defence via Storyful
It's been two weeks since devastating tornadoes hit Pasadena, Deer Park, and neighboring communities. The cleanup of tree branches and debris from damaged homes and buildings is well underway, but the losses are huge. That was on display at a monthly "food fair" at community service organization Baker Ripley's Pasadena Campus Tuesday where officials estimated that the crowd was 20% to 30% larger than normal because of all of the tornado victims who were seeking the free food.
We continue to celebrate Black History Month with Houston-Based, Urban Souls Dance Company! Urban Souls Artistic Director Harrison Guy joins Maggie LIVE in studio, along with some dancers to preview "Movement for Black Lives" which pays homage to Black artists with movement-based practices that celebrate and advance Black culture.