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1 detained after allegedly stealing HPD cruiser

One person is in custody after he allegedly stole a patrol car that belongs to the Houston Police Department.

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HFD chief: Firefighters made no mistakes on day of deadly blaze at Southwest Inn

No mistakes were made by the firefighters who responded to the inferno at the Southwest Inn in May 2013, Houston Fire Chief Terry Garrison announced Friday. That fire killed four firefighters and injured several others.

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Dog found dragged and spray-painted

A dog found spray-painted and dragged behind a car is receiving much-needed help from a local shelter.

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Constable sued for towing confrontation

A Liberty County constable is accused of making threats to employees at a towing company.

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Rhetoric intensifies in race for Harris County DA

The race for Harris County district attorney has taken on a heated tone.

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Officer under suspicion of helping armed robbers

A Houston police officer has been relieved of duty with pay pending the outcome of an interal affairs investigation into criminal conduct.

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Crosby ISD warns parents about Halloween party invitation

A local school district is warning parents about a Halloween party invitation that asks partygoers to bring booze and dress provocatively.

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Guilty verdict for man accused of shooting Stafford Officer in the face

A jury has found Daniel Cruz guilty of aggravated assault of a public servant. Cruz convicted in the shooting of Stafford police officer Ann Carrizales, who was shot in the face at point blank range.

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Student transported to hospital after stabbing near Madison High

A Madison High School student was transported to the hospital after Houston ISD says he was stabbed during an altercation near the campus.

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Saturday's weather webcast

The start of November will have temperatures that get close to 70 degrees.

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Why are clowns so creepy?

Clowns -- they aren't just for circuses and children's birthday parties anymore.

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A 'hard,' deadly day for space tourism

With the same peril that the Wright Brothers faced in becoming the first men to fly planes, mankind's quest for space tourism is also fraught with deadly trial and error.

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