HPD: Mother left kids alone to go to work

A local mother will spend Thanksgiving in jail after being accused of leaving her two young daughters home alone while she was at work.

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Officer, deputy on leave after social media comments about Ferguson

A local police officer and sheriff's deputy are on paid administrative leave as their departments investigate a possible violation of social media policies.

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Family gives to nursing home in Thanksgiving spirit

Tacoma Lighten started Thanksgiving early this year in order to share it with some new friends. She and her six kids made up gift bags filled with fruit and delivered them Wednesday to about 60 folks living at the Briarwood Nursing & Rehabilitation…

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Black Friday Frenzy: Finding the best deals

Black Friday shopping is a competition for your dollars. Every store wants your money and you want to keep as much of it as you can.

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Imposter steals from elderly woman

A man posing as a gas company employee talked his way into a home and took thousands of dollars of jewelry.

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Shoppers already camping out

The crowds are growing outside several retail stores across the Houston area, makeshift campsites popping up with people willing to wait for those big Black Thursday deals. At a few Best Buy stores, a lot of people have the same big ticket item on…

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Locals protest Ferguson decision as HPD chief mulls cameras for officers

About 40 people gathered in downtown Houston on Wednesday to protest the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Mike Brown.

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Driver accused in fatal 'swangin' crash appears in court

Roberto Reyes, Jr., the driver accused in a 'swangin' crash that killed a teenage girl, faced a judge Wednesday.

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Thanksgiving Day parade route and road closures

Crews are putting the final touches on floats for the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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Beautiful fall weather served up for Thanksgiving holiday and beyond

The Thanksgiving holiday will be a spectacular, bright fall day for Houstonians and all other southeast Texans. As a bonus, the great weather continues in to the weekend, too!

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Obama pardons Thanksgiving turkey

Following tradition, President Barack Obama pardoned the Thanksgiving turkey today at the White House.

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A reason to give thanks: Nasty storm's gone

It was a hellish holiday travel night Wednesday, with hundreds of flights canceled and thousands delayed by a punishing nor'easter.

But the silver lining for Thanksgiving Day? The storms are leaving and conditions should return to normal.

Maine,…

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