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Police nab four suspects in burglary at north Houston car dealership


July 11, 2018

Houston police caught four men who are accused of stealing cars out of a used car dealership in north Houston Wednesday morning. One of the four led police on a chase to southwest Houston and was only stopped when an officer successfully attempted a PIT maneuver, a controversial tactic to end police pursuits. Police were alerted to people breaking into …

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HPD: Body found in Brays Bayou near Gulfgate


July 11, 2018

A body that was recovered in Brays Bayou Wednesday morning is believed to have been in the water for several days, according to the Houston Police Department. Police received a call about the body in the bayou around 7:10 a.m. A dive team helped recover the body at the scene, at 5830 Old Spanish Trail in the Gulfgate area, police …

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What to know for the Astros World Championship ring giveaway


July 11, 2018

The Astros listened to the fans once again. They will have a giveaway of the replica World Series championship rings for the third time Wednesday night against the Oakland Athletics. “With this new giveaway opportunity, we are proud to have made more than 120,000 Replica World Champions Rings available to fans in Houston and through our minor league affiliates,” said …

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Knife-wielding man fatally shot by Garland police identified


July 11, 2018

An eyewitness told WFAA that a suspect at the scene was banging on walls and “had big knives.” Police fatally shot a man who was armed with long, machete-style knives and striking cars and business at a Garland strip mall Tuesday afternoon, officials said. The man was identified the next day as 40-year-old Shaun Leo Gates. No officers or witnesses …

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Cowboys Cornerback Indicted Following Road Rage Incident


July 11, 2018

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Marquez White has been indicted on one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in what he described as a road-rage incident in suburban Dallas. The 23-year-old White said in a statement to his hometown newspaper, the Dothan Eagle in Alabama, that a motorist became angry with White as he drove home in October. White says …

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Woman Arrested in Brick Beating of 92-Year-Old Man in LA


July 11, 2018

A woman was arrested in connection with the brutal assault of a 92-year-old man who was struck with a piece of concrete and berated during the Fourth of July attack. Laquisha Jones, 30, of Los Angeles, was arrested Tuesday night near 60th Street and Crenshaw Avenue in the Willowbrook area of Los Angeles, according to a statement from the Los …

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First Few Months of Driving Most Deadly for Teens: Study


July 11, 2018

An exciting milestone for teenagers is often getting their driver license, but new research shows those first few months behind the wheel are the most critical and most risky for crashes, according to the Institutes of Health. The study shows teen drivers are four times more likely to engage in risky driving behaviors, such as hard turns and sudden braking. …

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Cancer diagnosis tied to increased risk of diabetes


July 11, 2018

NEW YORK: People who get diagnosed with cancer may be more likely to develop diabetes, a Korean study suggests. The study included 524,089 men and women, ages 20 to 70, who didn’t have cancer or diabetes at the start. By the time half the participants had been in the study for at least seven years, 15,130 people had developed cancer …

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