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Man arrested in Tomball for carrying explosives in U-haul truck

TOMBALL – An investigation is pending after a man was arrested Friday morning after Tomball police discovered explosives and nails inside a U-Haul pickup truck. Lakent Shrode Daniels, 30 was arrested and charged...

Suspect arrested in connection to the stabbing death on Fondren Rd.

HOUSTON – Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal stabbing of a man on Fondren Road that occurred earlier this month. Andre Jerome Ford, 28, is charged with the...

U.S. Postal Service Launch New Modernized Fleet

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service announced today it awarded a 10-year contract to Oshkosh, WI, based Oshkosh Defense, to manufacture a new generation of U.S.-built postal delivery vehicles that will drive the most dramatic...

George Bush Intercontinental Airport announces changes in March

HOUSTON – A big change is coming to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, IAH. The Terminal D/E Parking Garage will close permanently on March 1 to allow for our crews to begin construction of the new international terminal...

President Joe Biden to visit Houston on Friday

WASHINGTON, DC - President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are planning to travel to Texas on Friday as the state continues to recover from last week's unprecedented winter storm. The...

BNSF Fuel Train Fire in Texas Nearly Extinguished

CAMERON, TX - A BNSF Railway Company train carrying products including coal and gasoline to Houston was still burning on Wednesday, a day after it collided with a truck near Cameron, causing an explosion in gasoline-carrying carriages.

Las Vegas Raiders cornerback arrested in Houston for street racing

HOUSTON – Las Vegas Raiders cornerback Yakemah ‘Kemah’ Siverand is facing felony charges after his involvement in a street racing bust in Houston last Saturday. According to Houston police say the 24-year-old initially...

City of Houston and partners distribute hot meals to Houstonians affected by the winter storm

HOUSTON - The City of Houston, in collaboration with CrowdSource Rescue, Operation BBQ Relief, the Salvation Army, Chair of Public Safety Council Member Abbie Kamin, and Council Member Amy Peck served hot meals on a first come first...

Four ERCOT board members to resign after catastrophic Texas blackouts during winter storm

HOUSTON – Four members of the board at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, intend to resign following last week’s blackouts that left millions in the state without power amid brutal winter weather.

Houston Health Department, Harris County Public Health partnering to serve most vulnerable and underserved at NRG mass vaccination site

HOUSTON - The Houston Health Department and Harris County Public Health are collaborating to ensure the FEMA-supported COVID-19 mass vaccination site opening this week at NRG Park prioritizes the area’s most vulnerable populations and underserved communities. The site will...

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Anya Taylor-Joy says she still loves chess as she celebrates Globes win

Actress Anya Taylor-Joy paid tribute to her family and said she was still passionate about chess as...

Injured Davis not worried about Lakers losses, won’t return until after All-Star game

The reigning NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers are dealing with adversity for the first time this season given a slump that has...

Johnson & Johnson starts shipping out COVID-19 vaccine

Johnson & Johnson's newly authorized COVID-19 vaccine was being packed and loaded onto trucks early on Monday (March 1) in the McKesson...

Trump hints at run for president in 2024

 Former President Donald Trump on Sunday (February 28) hinted at a possible run for president again in 2024, attacked President Joe Biden,...

Cuomo calls for outside review after second former aide alleges sexual misconduct

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called on Saturday (February 28) for an outside review following a report of sexual misconduct allegations against...