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Millionaire accused of urinating on candy at Houston pharmacy pleads no contest

New York City real estate heir Robert Durst pleaded no contest Tuesday to a charge of criminal mischief for urinating on candy at a Houston drug store.

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Hundreds of area bridges 'structurally deficient'

Local 2 investigates found 260 Houston-metro area bridges that the federal government classified as structurally deficient. 

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Guardrail appears to function properly in testing

The second test of a controversial guardrail appears to show the guardrail functioned as designed by absorbing impact from a head on crash into the end of the guardrail.

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Is going out of business sale jewelry really on sale?

A local appraiser warns that jewelry stores typically make more money during going out of business sales than they do staying in business because they mark up their so-called sale prices.

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Thieves steal store's safe in Montrose

Customers and business owners on a stretch of Westheimer Road in Montrose were surprised by a heist at the popular American Apparel where thieves broke in and stole the safe in the middle of the…

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Group protests removal of bricks in historic Freedmen's Town

A group of demonstrators protested the removal of bricks in the streets of historic Freedmen’s Town.

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Red flags for how charities spend your money

December is the busiest time all year for charitable donations.  Local 2 Investigates found out some red flags that contributors should look out for before making a donation. 

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Doctor suspended after Local 2 investigation into drugs-for-sex allegations

The Texas Medical Board has issued a temporary suspension of Dr. Thomas Taylor's license to practice medicine. The board took the action late Friday, less than 24 hours after a Local 2 investigation…

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Lawsuit alleges prominent Houston doctor traded prescriptions for sex

The chief of academic surgery at St. Joseph Medical Center is being accused of trading prescription drugs for sex in a new lawsuit.

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Virginia sues highway guardrails manufacturer

Virginia announced it has sued a Dallas company for selling the state "unapproved highway safety equipment" that was recently taken off the market, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said…

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