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Sources: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton indicted

KPRC 2 News has learned that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been indicted by a grand jury in Collin County.

UPS driver shot twice, robbers steal packages from truck

A UPS driver was shot after delivering a package in southeast Houston Thursday night.

Houston cobra: New details released

We're learning just how long a cobra may have been roaming the halls of a downtown Houston luxury high-rise apartment complex.

7-year-old found in bathroom tub dies at hospital

A 7-year-old died after he was found unconscious in a bathtub in a northwest Harris County home. 

Posts about White Linen Night in the Heights sparks outrage

Free Press Houston is causing controversy after an image made its way onto the newspaper's social media accounts.

Police investigating after deadly shooting in northwest Houston

Houston police are investigating after a deadly shooting in northwest Houston Saturday morning. 

Man accused in 2 DWI-related crashes, deaths arrested on new charge

New charges have been filed against the man accused of having four DWI-related accidents in one day.

Two men, juvenile charged after fatal house party shooting

Two men and a juvenile have been charged with murder after the shooting death of an 18-year-old at a house party in Fresno.

Man accused of listing car stolen from dealership on Craigslist

Police arrested a man they said may have been stealing cars and selling them to unsuspecting buyers.

Constable on motorcycle hit by car at end of chase in Pearland

A 16-year-old boy is in custody after allegedly setting a constable vehicle on fire and leading deputies on a chase Saturday.

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Kraft Singles cheese slices recalled for choking hazard

The Kraft Heinz Company is recalling about 36,000 cases Kraft Singles individually wrapped cheese slices due to a possible choking hazard.

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Conflict: Was Cecil's brother also killed?

Conflicting reports emerged on whether Jericho, the brother of slain Cecil the lion, was also killed Saturday in an illegal hunt in Zimbabwe.

Johnny Rodrigues, head of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, told CNN that a hunter illegally gunned down ...

Trio robs Fulshear store, leads officers on chase, police say

Three people were arrested after they robbed a Fulshear store at gunpoint and led officers on a chase Friday.

Man hit, killed by 18-wheeler when trying to walk across Interstate 10

A man was killed when he tried to cross the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 at Aleen Street Friday night. 

Five-alarm fire reported at landfill in Fort Bend County

Crews are responding to a five-alarm fire at a landfill Saturday, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.

Man accidentally shoots, kills himself in Pecan Grove

A man is dead after deputies said he accidentally shot himself Saturday at a home in Pecan Grove, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.

Hackers claim to target Waller County officials

An online group that calls itself "Anonymous" claims to have broken into the computer system for the Waller County Sheriff's Office and obtained private staff information.

Records: Uber driver charged with assault has prior record

A 56-year-old Uber driver who served time in federal prison on a weapons conviction has been charged with sexual assault.

Man killed in traffic accident, children injured

A  man is dead after his SUV flew off a highway and slammed into a utility pole Saturday in Baytown.

Texans training camp: Thoughts from the first day

Randy McIlvoy, James Starks and Adam Wexler break down the first day of Houston Texans training camp.

METRO driver hops off bus, drags homeowner from burning house in Heights

A METRO bus driver is credited with saving a person from a fire that broke out Friday morning in a Heights home.

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WATCH: Hakeem Olajuwon can still do the "Dream Shake"

The NBA put on a show in its first exhibition game in Africa on Saturday -- starting with a dunk straight from the tip-off by Luc Mbah a Moute.

Prestigious school admits covering up teacher's sexual abuse of students

A Houston woman became one of the leading voices that helped expose a trusted high school teacher’s decades-long pattern of sexual abusing students. According to legal filings, educator Jack Moyer sexual abused students at the prestigious American School in Japan during the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Person killed after 2-vehicle accident on ramp at 610 South Loop to 225

A two-vehicle has closed the eastbound ramp connecting the 610 South Loop and  Highway 225. It was reopened at about 6 p.m. Saturday.

Burglars steal from pharmacy in southwest Houston

Surveillance video shows an area pharmacy being burglarized Saturday morning in southwest Houston.

Trooper in Sandra Bland arrest had been disciplined

The Texas trooper who arrested a black Chicago-area area woman after a confrontation that began with a traffic stop had been cautioned about "unprofessional conduct" in a 2014 incident while he was still a probationary trooper.

How do natural remedies compare to prescription meds?

Pain, inflammation and stress are all common ailments most people treat with a prescription or over-the-counter drugs, but there may be more natural ways to ease those symptoms without going to the pharmacy.

Woman who ran child placement agency accused of fraud

The owner of a Houston adoption and child placement agency has been arrested and charged with adoption fraud.

Audit finds Galveston County owed millions in uncollected fees

An audit by the Texas Office of Court Administration reported Galveston County is owed approximately $56 million in uncollected money.

Vet: HCC police dog dies from complications due to heat

Houston Community College's first ever police dog has died.

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