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Money, resources being sent to Texas border

As Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and a contingent of senior federal officials toured immigration facilities in South Texas, the White House announced that an influx of money…

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Couple steals credit, spends big

Duo steals identity of woman's son, goes on shopping spree

"I received a phone call from Target." That phone call from Target's Fraud Department was Jo's first clue that her son's identity had been stolen.

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Police Searching for Murder Suspect

The Houston Police Department is looking for a man they believed killed a smoke shop owner in south Texas.

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Crime Crackdown: Woman targeting the elderly

Harris County Financial Crimes Investigators are asking for your help to catch a woman who is targeting the elderly. 

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HPD: Armed robbers target 4 different businesses

Police are trying to determine if the same group men is responsible for a string of robberies at several northeast Houston businesses.

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Man & woman sought in suspected stolen check ring

Harris County Financial Crimes investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying a man and woman accused of stealing money to pay their bills and buy hundreds of dollars' worth of…

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Drivers warned about car break-ins along JFK Blvd near Bush IAH Airport

Police are warning drivers who plan to make a pit stop along JFK Boulevard on their next trip to IAH to lock their car doors and not to leave any valuables in plain sight.

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New details in Acres Homes rape cases from 1990's

New evidence from a rape case in Acres Homes 18 years ago has Houston police one step closer to catching a killer who they say raped multiple women.

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Sources: Robbers ready to shoot police

Local 2 has uncovered exclusive new information in the rash of fast food and convenience store robberies we've been digging into for the past several months.

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Warning for women while dining out at Houston restaurants

Harris County Financial Crimes investigators are warning women to think twice about leaving their purses on the back of their chairs while dining out at Houston-area restaurants.

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