Commuters brace for closure of Buffalo Speedway exits on 59

Buffalo Speedway exits will be closed in both directions at Highway 59 starting Wednesday after the morning rush.

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'Whore' comment prompts hearing in Peterson case

A hearing is scheduled Wednesday regarding prosecutors' motion to have the judge presiding over Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's criminal trial recused from the case.

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Four arrested after mom, teen tied up in Aldine home invasion

Four suspected robbers are behind bars after deputies say the men broke into a house and tied up the mother and teenage daughter inside the home in the Aldine area.

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La Porte's Alvarez eliminated on 'The Voice'

Mayra Alvarez will continue to pursue her singing career after being knocked out of contention on 'The Voice.'

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Houston a key market for Kush

It's deadly, cheap and easy to find at convenience stores across Houston but synthetic marijuana, sold in tiny packets and marketed with creative names, is now illegal in the city.

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Local 2 seeks assistance in helping Army vet

Robert Taylor is a Korean War Army veteran who suffered a massive stroke last October. Him and his wife are in need of financial assistance for treatment.

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Student sends classmates teacher's nude photos

A student is suspended after distributing nude photos of his teacher that were kept on her school-owned cellphone.

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Best places to trick or treat on Halloween in Houston?

Are you still trying to decide where to take your kids trick-or-treating this year? Several Houston-area neighborhoods made a statewide list of the safest places to go get your Halloween candy.

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Man hospitalized after Ebola scare at Fort Bend HEB

A man exhibiting Ebola symptoms was taken to a Katy hospital.

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Wednesday's weather webcast

Pleasant and mild temperatures are expected. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid 80s.

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More than 100 snakes found in home

More than 100 snakes were found inside a Canada home.

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Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies

Ben Bradlee, the charismatic Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the era of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate and was immortalized on screen in "All the President's Men," has died. He was 93.

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