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Texans trade for QB Ryan Mallett of Patriots, cut Keenum

The Houston Texans have traded for QB Ryan Mallett , according to a source close to the team. In a corresponding move, the Texans also released former UH standout Case Keenum.

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Pasco County Sheriff's Office

PD: Mom hung up on missing child call to strip

A Florida mother is accused of hanging up on a phone call with police about her missing daughter because she had to go on stage at a strip club.

Band members protest halftime show

Marching band members protest halftime show

High school football just isn't the same without the marching band, but at Saturday night's game against Wheatley High School, eight members of the Yates High School marching band decided to march to the beat of their own drums.

Search continues for missing kayaker in Humble

The search resumed Sunday morning for a kayaker missing in Cypress Creek.

HPD: Husband stabs, kills man who argued with his wife in McDonald's

A man is accused of stabbing another man to death inside a McDonald's in north Houston.

Man charged in June fatal shooting

Okechukwu Oziri Nwosu, 20, is facing murder charges in connection with a June homicide.

Motorcyclist killed in crash

A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in northwest Harris County.

J.J. Watt hosts Wisconsin tailgate before LSU game

Texans star shows hospitality to visiting Badgers fans.

2 officers collide with pickup truck in Greenspoint

Police are investigating after two officers collide with a pickup truck in Greenspoint.

Photos of teen girls' alleged rape posted on social media

We're hearing from the families of two teenagers who say their daughters were sexually assaulted at a party. The families say nude pictures of the girls were then posted on social media.

VIDEO Drone captures house fire in Dickinson

Drone camera captures waterside house fire

Several fire departments were called to help put out a massive fire at a waterside home in Dickinson.

More than 65 dogs removed from home in Tomball area

Volunteers rescued more than 65 collies from a northwest Harris County home after the owner was forced by a court order to give them up.

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99 cans of beer in a pack

Texas brewery Austin Beerworks is doing its part to "keep Austin weird" by releasing the first 99-pack of beer to consumers.

Liberty County deputy impersonators invade home

Local 2 is learning more about a bizarre investigation in Liberty County where a couple says two fake officers raided their home.

2-alarm fire at southeast Houston shopping center

Crews are investigating a two-alarm fire at a southeast Houston shopping center.

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Dad defends taking son from hospital, fleeing

The parents who pulled their cancer-stricken son from a British hospital and spurred an international search for the boy have been ordered to appear Monday in a court in Spain, where they were arrested, police said.

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Texans trim roster to 53, CB Harris among those released

The Texans will set their roster at 53 Saturday. KPRC Local 2 Sports was the first to report Friday that cornerback Brandon Harris was released.

Scattered showers, thunderstorms developing across Houston area

Heavy rain and thunderstorm activity largely missed the Greater Houston area Saturday afternoon.

School counselor accused of sex with student

An Aldine ISD counselor is off the job after she was accused of having sex with a student.

Rams cut Sam, 1st drafted openly gay player

The native of Hitchcock, Texas and former Missouri standout is cut by St. Louis.

Mexican cartels ramp up human smuggling business

Human smuggling has started to comprise a larger share of the cash fueling Mexico's warring cartels, according to U.S. agents familiar with the anti-smuggling Operation Coyote.

Meth suspects toss toilet

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

Cops: Meth suspects threw toilet at imagined attackers

Three people in Florida were so high on meth that police say they imagined their home was under attack, tossing a toilet and bathroom sink out the window.

Thieves easily stealing credit card info by electronic pick-pocketing

It could just be the scariest high-tech crime out there right now. It involves thieves stealing your credit card information without ever touching you, or your wallet -- it's called electronic pick-pocketing, or crowd hacking.

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Man accused of taking nude photos of girl from age 11 to 15

A Houston man is accused of taking nude photographs of a young girl, beginning when she was only 11 years old.

Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling

North Texas water wells within two miles of active gas drilling sites contain higher concentrations of arsenic and other carcinogens, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.

Joan Rivers

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Joan Rivers' daughter: 'Fingers crossed'

The latest statement from Joan Rivers' daughter gave no new information about the comedian's condition three days after she was rushed to a New York hospital.

Driver dies after crashing into minivan

A pickup truck driver is dead after colliding with a minivan in northwest Harris County.

Alvin ISD staff member accused of inappropriate relationship with student

The Alvin Independent School District has confirmed that a staff member is being investigated for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

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Police: Store clerk shoots would-be robber

Houston police said an armed convenience store clerk not only foiled an attempted robbery, but wound up putting the would-be robber in the hospital.

Coffee cup with heart

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5 studies: Coffee good, junk food bad

Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body.

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