Funeral arrangements for former Houston Mayor Bob Lanier released

Funeral arrangement details for former Houston Mayor Bob Lanier have been released.


Waco TV meteorologist shot outside station speaks

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford is recovering after being shot last week outside a TV station near Waco, and he spoke to the media on Monday.


Charges read against man accused of killing woman found dead in refrigerator

The man accused of killing his wife and stuffing her body in a refrigerator appeared in downtown court Monday morning.  Patrick Lambert had his charges read against him.


iPad stolen from pet store

The manager of a Pet City pet store in North Houston is hoping the Harris County Sheriff's Office will arrest a couple he says stole an iPad from his business.


Investigation underway after HFD station targeted by burglars

Police are searching for thieves who are targeting firefighters in Tanglewood.


HPD, HCSO on high alert after 2 officers ambushed, killed in New York City

The Houston Police Department and Harris County Sheriffs Office responded Monday to a series of social media threats against law enforcement following the murders of two NYPD officers over the weekend.


JJ Watt responds to pee wee football player, surprises him with signed jersey

Last week, Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt tweeted about a letter and No. 99 jersey he got from a fellow defensive end, 7-year-old Anthony Tarantelli, who even autographed his jersey for Watt.


Defense presents case in appeals hearing for man convicted of killing wife

Defense attorneys continued to lay out their case Monday in the hearing of a former coach convicted in the shooting death of his pregnant wife in 1999.


Records: Texas has enough drugs for 5 executions

Texas has enough of the execution drug pentobarbital to carry out the first five lethal injections scheduled for 2015.


Here's how the Texans can make the playoffs...

Playoffs? Playoffs?!! Yes. Playoffs.


Man rejected on Facebook sets home on fire

Authorities say a Kentucky man burned down a woman's home after being rejected on Facebook.


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De Blasio grapples with police shootings

The point-blank shooting of two New York City police officers this weekend is testing whether Mayor Bill de Blasio's brand of unapologetic liberalism can work in a city that's spent decades under mayors who made law and order a top priority.

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