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Two men stabbed in Channelview during family disturbance


August 3, 2018

Two men were stabbed in a family disturbance in Channelview Thursday night, according to Metro Video. The fight broke out around 8:45 p.m. on Deercrest and Woodforest. An argument occurred before the stabbing, although it’s unknown what it was about, Metro Video reported. It’s unclear whether the men stabbed each other or if more people were involved. Both men were …

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Harris County deputy survives crash that flipped SUV in to drainage ditch


August 3, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A deputy only suffered minor injuries after his patrol car crashed into a drainage ditch in northeast Harris County. Officials say the deputy was responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle at the 4 Pennies RV Park on Highway 90 near Sheldon. The road ended abruptly in a dark area and the deputy’s vehicle left …

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Teens seen jumping up and ‘surfing’ on cars


August 2, 2018

Teens in the Dallas neighborhood of Deep Ellum have been captured on video jumping on moving cars and “surfing,” endangering themselves and others — and frustrating local business owners. “They don’t really frequent any businesses — they just like to sit outside and kind of do the stuff you saw in the video,” Jeremy Wickwire, who recorded some teens “car …

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Man injured in collision with train in East Houston


August 2, 2018

A man drove into a moving train in East Houston on Wednesday night, causing his car to fall into a ditch, according to Metro Video. The man was driving an SUV eastbound on Little York when he slammed into the train around 11:30 p.m. His SUV was thrown over into the ditch, Metro Video reported. An SUV driver eastbound on …

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Divorce is terrible enough. Divorce court only makes it worse


August 1, 2018

Divorce is not a business transaction. It’s the death of the family. The last thing most estranged couples need is a court fight. John Roach Jr., a state district judge in Collin County, understands that. But his efforts to point out a cheaper, gentler option only got him a slap on the wrist. He deserved a pat on the back. Roach …

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Boy, 15, charged in shooting death of good Samaritan helping robbery victim


August 1, 2018

A 15-year-old boy has been charged in the shooting death of a good Samaritan who was trying to save a teen from armed robbers, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Moyses Arreguin, a father of two, was shot to death late Friday outside of a west Hardy home after a crew of would-be-thieves went after his neighbor, 16-year-old Sergio …

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Unusual cloud formation in Montgomery resembles glowing angel in the sky


August 1, 2018

MONTGOMERY, Texas (KTRK) — “Wow, that’s a big angel in the sky!” That was Eyewitness News viewer Danny Ferraro’s first impression when he turned on to Texas State Highway105 in Montgomery and looked up Monday evening. A group of clouds resembling an angel covered the sun, sending glowing rays all around it. Known as crepuscular rays, these beams of light …

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Police investigating after workers find human remains


August 1, 2018

Houston police are investigating after human remains were found Tuesday in inner north Houston. Workers discovered the skeletal remains as they were “preparing to clear foliage” from the interchange between the 610 Loop and U.S. Highway 59, the Houston Police Department stated Tuesday in a news release. The discovery happened around 10 a.m., at 5000 Neches near the Kashmere Gardens …

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Three crashes slow traffic on Houston highways


July 31, 2018

Three accidents, two involving an-18-wheeler and the third involving a Metro bus, slowed traffic in parts of the city early this morning. One crash was reported at 5:08 a.m., when a pickup truck swerved and hit the side of a Houston Metro bus on the South Loop near Buffalo Speedway, causing the bus to hit a concrete barrier, Metro spokeswoman …

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