Child critically burned in Montgomery County

A 5-year-old boy is in the ICU at Shriners Hospital for Children in Galveston after 67 percent of his body was burned in an accident that involved gasoline.

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PD: Shoplifting mom abandoned daughter when caught at Galleria

A Houston mother is facing three serious charges after investigators said she abandoned her 8-year-old daughter at the Galleria to get away from police after allegedly shoplifting.

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Spokesperson: George H.W. Bush "in great spirits"

Former President George H. W. Bush will remain at Methodist Hospital until at least Saturday, but a spokesperson said he "remains in high spirits."

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1 dead after officer-involved shooting outside nightclub

One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting outside a nightclub in Texas City.

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N. Korea blames US for Internet shutdown

North Korea has hurled racial slurs against President Barack Obama while blaming the U.S. for shutting down its Internet amid the Sony hacking row.

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Police in Cleveland offering free rides to prevent drunk driving

Officers  in Cleveland are taking extra steps to make sure roads are safer.

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Local 2 viewers help family burglarized Christmas Eve

Very giving Local 2 viewers saw a story about a family burglarized on Christmas Eve and decided to help the family in need.

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Hot fitness merchandise for 2015

With less than a week until the new year, getting in shape is on the minds of a lot of people. But before you start a new fitness routine, you need to get into gear.

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Jim Beam born to Jack Daniels

Here's one baby name that probably won't make it on this year's most popular list: Jim Beam.

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Saturday's weather webcast

Temperatures are expected to reach higher than 70 degrees Saturday, but there is a high chance of rain.

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2004 tsunami: 10 years later

The scars can still be felt in parts of Southeast Asia, a decade after a tsunami killed more than 230,000 people.

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North Korea denounces Sony's release of 'The Interview'

North Korea issued a statement on its official state news agency Saturday denouncing Sony Pictures Entertainment's release of the movie "The Interview." It called President Barack Obama the "chief culprit."

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