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Pope Francis visits Turkey to bolster ties

Pope Francis is meeting with Turkey's leaders Friday on the first day of a rare papal visit to the predominantly Muslim country.

During his…

Pct 6: Off-duty deputy charged in road rage shooting of woman on South Loop

A Precinct 6 deputy constable has landed on the wrong side of the law after authorities say he shot a woman during a road rage incident in southwest Houston.

Grocery stores hours for Thanksgiving Day

Plenty of stores are opening on Thanksgiving Day for shoppers who need a last-minute ingredient for dinner or a bottle of wine.

Pothole on I-45 flattens tires on dozens of cars

Just before midnight, more than two dozen drivers were brought to a complete halt on Interstate 45.

Driver accused in fatal 'swangin' crash appears in court

Roberto Reyes, Jr., the driver accused in a 'swangin' crash that killed a teenage girl, faced a judge Wednesday.

HPD: Mother left kids alone to go to work

A local mother will spend Thanksgiving in jail after being accused of leaving her two young daughters home alone while she was at work.

Officer, deputy on leave after social media comments about Ferguson

A local police officer and sheriff's deputy are on paid administrative leave as their departments investigate a possible violation of social media policies.

Youtube video shows Black Friday brawl inside Houston area Walmart

A Youtube video has gone viral, racking up thousands of views in just hours of people brawling over merchandise.  Cellphone video shows shopprs brawling over a Samsung television and authorities in the store were forced to break up the fight.

States differ on need for bitcoin oversight

Michael Cargill teaches a concealed handguns safety class at his Austin firearms store while the online version of the business initiates FBI background checks on out-of-state buyers paying in bitcoin.

Widow's plan to honor husband ruined

A Fort Bend County woman said she paid for holiday lights that were never installed.

Uptown Houston Holiday Lighting: Parking, road closures, event information

On Thanksgiving night, Post Oak Boulevard will be the site of the 29th Annual Uptown Houston Holiday Lighting with Fireworks presented by Carnan Properties celebration.

Firefighters battle 3-alarm fire at recycling plant in NE Harris County

Firefighters battled a three-alarm fire at a recycling plant in northeast Harris County Thanksgiving morning.

J.J. Watt issues set of #BackyardTurkeyBowlRules

The Houston Texans defensive end offers up some new rules for your annual Thanksgiving backyard football game.

Oil boom brings new focus to Univ. of Texas' lands

The University of Texas System owns 2.1 million acres of land, most of it in oil-rich West Texas where royalty payments have soared past $1 billion each year.

5 local malls with most calls to police

Theft reports and car break-ins are the crimes mostly likely to result in a call to police at Houston-area malls, a Local 2 Investigates' review of police reports shows.

Supporters of Michael Brown take to Houston streets

A group of protesters demonstrating in support of Michael Brown in the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision took to Houston streets Tuesday evening.

Thousands of Houstonians fed at Thanksgiving Super Feast

Thousands of pounds of turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings will be served today for the 36th annual Super Feast.

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Who's 'professor' from Michael Brown autopsy?

The last thing an attorney might expect to receive at a deposition is a brain, but that's what the man said he was handing over.

A brain. In a bucket.

Sliding the bucket across the table and opening the lid, the man urged the lawyer, Michael Hodges, ...

Local 2 viewers help disabled veteran

The Korean War -- it's been called America's forgotten war, but for 75-year-old Robert Taylor it's impossible to forget.

Black Friday Frenzy: Finding the best deals

Black Friday shopping is a competition for your dollars. Every store wants your money and you want to keep as much of it as you can.

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Man finds his lost dog for sale on Craigslist

A 22-year-old Virginia Beach woman was arrested on Sunday after police say she tried to sell a lost dog on Craigslist.

Austin police kill suspect in shooting

Gunfire shattered the early morning silence in Texas' capital Friday, with bullets hitting police headquarters and other downtown buildings before an officer fatally shot a suspect, and then noticed he was near a possible explosive device and wearing...

Small plane skids off runway into creek at Sugar Land airport

A small plane skidded off the runway while trying to land at Sugar Land Municipal Airport, police said.

Steve Marcus/Reuters

Creed's Scott Stapp reveals he's 'penniless'

Scott Stapp, the lead singer of the band Creed, revealed he was living in a Holiday Inn and "penniless" in a nearly 16-minute Facebook video post early Wednesday morning.

Best Black Friday shopping deals

There are a lot of great deals for coffee lovers this Black Friday.

5 children die, 1 survives mobile home fire in Jackson County

Five children died early Tuesday when the family's mobile home caught fire in Edna, a city southwest of Houston.

Sleepy driver crashes into Jeep carrying family of 5

A family of five is in the hospital, after Baytown police said a sleepy driver rammed into the back of their SUV.

Locals protest Ferguson decision as HPD chief mulls cameras for officers

About 40 people gathered in downtown Houston on Wednesday to protest the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Mike Brown.

9 men arrested in sting to catch internet predators targeting children

The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office and partners in the Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) concluded special sting operations in November that led to the arrest of nine suspects who were allegedly using the internet to prey on children.

St. Louis County Prosecutor's Office

Wilson's testimony stayed largely the same

Darren Wilson's version of what happened when he confronted Michael Brown has expanded since he gave his first recorded interview to detectives, but the key parts have stayed largely the same.

Sara Sidner/CNN

Empty chair at Brown's Thanksgiving table

National Guard members were on duty in Ferguson, Missouri, on Thanksgiving but the people who came up to them only wanted to spread goodwill, bringing turkey and other treats.

CNN affiliate KSDK reported that dozens of citizens visited one post at a ...

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