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Animal lovers 'hating' on Texas TV host

Animal lovers 'hating' on Texas TV host

The Houston Chronicle reports; a Texas angler and television host who used a compound bow to arrow an 809-pound Mako shark off the California coast last month is drawing detractors on social media who oppose the shark's treatment.
Teen football player dies after injury during game

Teen football player dies after injury during game

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; A high school football player has died after he collided with an opponent and collapsed during a game on Long Island.
Deadly head-on crash in north Houston

Deadly head-on crash in north Houston

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a suspected drunken driver is accused in a deadly head-on traffic crash Tuesday night in north Houston.
Police kill suspect near Houston mall

Police kill suspect near Houston mall

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; A man is dead after being shot by Houston police Tuesday morning outside of a business along Interstate 45 in southeast Houston.
Scale model of refurbished Astrodome helps elicit ideas at brainstorming session

Scale model of refurbished Astrodome helps elicit ideas at brainstorming session

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Astrodome Walking Trail, Astrodome Paradise Park with a tropical theme, Houston Hall of Fame, a performance venue, a seasonal indoor park with ice skating, amusement park, a zipline, a resort.
Texas executes woman for starvation of boy, 9

Texas executes woman for starvation of boy, 9

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a Texas woman convicted of the starvation and torture death of her girlfriend's 9-year-old son a decade ago was executed Wednesday evening.
Restaurant backs off event featuring Death Row inmate's last meals

Restaurant backs off event featuring Death Row inmate's last meals

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; eating the same food as someone who is about to be executed by the state is pretty morbid. It's also in bad taste judging by the social media backlash against Death Row Dinners.
Nearly $3 million in drugs seized in South Texas

Nearly $3 million in drugs seized in South Texas

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized nearly $3 million in illegal narcotics during two seizures at international bridges in South Texas.
Hidden meanings behind tattoos

Hidden meanings behind tattoos

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; The Associated Press consulted criminal justice experts to discover the sometime hidden meanings behind some tattoos.
Store owner kills would-be robber in SE Houston

Store owner kills would-be robber in SE Houston

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Usman Seth was minding his family's convenience store on Scranton Street in southeast Houston when a man barged in just after 10 p.m. Friday.
Galveston cops chase purse thief

Galveston cops chase purse thief

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Texas police are looking for a man in a cowboy hat who they say stole 15 purses and eluded authorities after a chase down the interstate.
Arrests made over slaying of attorney from Mexico

Arrests made over slaying of attorney from Mexico

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; three men used video cameras and a GPS device to track a Mexican lawyer living in a wealthy North Texas suburb before he was gunned down in a shopping center parking lot, law enforcement officials said Tuesda

AP sports reporter Christopher Duncan dies at 43

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Christopher Duncan, a sports reporter for The Associated Press who covered the Houston Texans, Houston Rockets and the Kentucky Derby, has died at the age of 43.
Home prices to soar in Texas

Home prices to soar in Texas

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; according to a new survey of members of the National Association of Realtors, home prices in the Lone Star State are expected to jump by more than 5 percent over the next 12 months.
'Art of Peace Festival' coming to Tyler

'Art of Peace Festival' coming to Tyler

The fourth annual "Art of Peace" festival is gearing up in tyler. It will run September 13-21. The weeklong festival promotes peace through dialogue, music, and art.