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Former KTRK-TV reporter on administrative leave after arrest

Former KTRK-TV reporter on administrative leave after arrest

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; former ABC 13 KTRK-TV reporter was arrested in Louisiana on an obscenity charge. Eric Cox, 37, was involved in an incident with vice agents and subsequently taken into custody on Sept. 28,

Little Richard suffers heart attack at home

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; rock ‘n’ roll legend Little Richard is recovering after recently suffering a heart attack while at home with his family.
American Cancer Society holding study for cancer study

American Cancer Society holding study for cancer study

Residents of Smith and surrounding counties have an unprecedented opportunity to participate in a historic study that has the potential to change the face of cancer for future generations.
Corpus store owner arrested after killing robber

Corpus store owner arrested after killing robber

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; the owner of a South Texas convenience store has been arrested for murder after shooting a man attempting to steal beer from his shop.
Deputies arrest 16 in Harris County prostitution sting

Deputies arrest 16 in Harris County prostitution sting

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Fifteen men and one woman have been arrested in a series of prostitution stings that went down earlier this week along I-45 north and the Eastex Freeway frontage roads, south of the Beltway.
‘Naughty’ costume for toddlers raises eyebrows

‘Naughty’ costume for toddlers raises eyebrows

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Just in time for Halloween, a controversial costume is making news.
Polls suggest voters have minds made up on Dome

Polls suggest voters have minds made up on Dome

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; two polls released this week show a majority of likely Harris County voters have decided whether or not they want to preserve the iconic Astrodome by paying to turn it into a convention and center and exhibit
Barbie's Ken: wearing maroon?

Barbie's Ken: wearing maroon?

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Mattel has given Aggies everywhere a gift idea for their daughters as Barbie and Ken dolls are about to get a college football makeover.

Parents in Chapel Hill voice concerns over $31.2 million bond

A group of parents in Chapel Hill are voicing their concerns over an upcoming bond election. The Chapel Hill Independent School District is asking taxpayers for $31.2 million.
5 people found dead inside Rice home

5 people found dead inside Rice home

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Investigators say no suspects are being sought after two adults and three children were found dead in a North Texas home.
Quanell X takes on case of man slain by Houston Subway robbers

Quanell X takes on case of man slain by Houston Subway robbers

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Quanell X and the family of a man fatally shot during a robbery at a sandwich shop in southeast Houston pleaded with the public to help police find his killers.
San Marcos woman gets life in prison for 6th DWI

San Marcos woman gets life in prison for 6th DWI

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a 44-year-old Central Texas woman has been sentenced to life in prison for her sixth driving while intoxicated conviction.

Church Of Wells responds to so-called 'lies, criticism' with 13 minute video

The elders of the "Church Of Wells" have responded to what they believe to be "lies and criticism" of their church with a 13 minute YouTube video.
Poverty rate declines for first time since recession

Poverty rate declines for first time since recession

Texas is one of two states in which the poverty rate declined between 2011 and 2012, according to data released late Wednesday from the U.S.
Longview a bright spot in ETX economic growth

Longview a bright spot in ETX economic growth

The U.S. Department of Commerce recently released new data on the economic growth in metropolitan areas for 2012. The numbers shine a positive light for most Texas cities.