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Ex-cheer coach accused of having sex with student

Ashley Elizabeth Zehnder, who is charged with improper relationship with a student, appeared before a judge Monday morning.

Teen mom accused of trying to kill baby in hospital

A 19-year-old mother is accused of trying to suffocate her baby twice while the child was recovering at the hospital.

Lobby of Atascocita clinic closed after patient shows signs similar to Ebola

Cleaning crews scoured the lobby of the Atascocita branch of Texas Emergency Care Center late Monday night.

Trooper injured while conducting truck inspection on Highway 288

A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was rushed to the hospital after his SUV was crushed between an 18-wheeler carrying pipes and a pickup pulling a trailer full of hay.

Driver, horse killed in accident in northwest Houston

A driver and a horse were killed in an accident in northwest Houston Sunday night.

HPD: Couple caught having sex in bathroom at AMC movie theater in Tomball

Public "hanky panky" landed a couple in jail after they were allegedly caught having sex at a Tomball movie theater.

Police: Couple dies in murder-suicide with children home

Houston police are investigating a murder-suicide in southeast Houston. Investigators said they were called to a home around 7 a.m. Sunday and found a husband and wife shot to death inside their bedroom.

False burglary alarm leads to smoke shop drug bust

Six people are in custody after a false burglary alarm in southeast Houston led to a drug bust.

Woman dedicates her 'Dougie' dance to sister battling breast cancer

A woman is lighting up the internet with her dance moves all in the name of breast cancer.

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Authorities ID man held after 7 bodies found

An Indiana man told police he "messed up" by killing a woman in Hammond, then came clean, leading them to several more bodies in nearby Gary, Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said Monday.

Doughty stopped short of calling Darren Deon Vann a suspected...

Police: 2 men hijack armored car outside drug store

Police said crooks hijacked an armored truck in southeast Houston, but they did not get very far.

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Scientist stumbles upon puppy-sized spider

Arachnophobes, this story isn't for you.

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Man to Obama: 'Don't touch my girlfriend'

Even the President of the United States has to deal with jealous boyfriends.

Steelers beat Texans 30-23, Houston falls to 3-4 on the year

Houston is under .500 for the first time this season after its second straight loss.

Sharpstown H.S. principal, administrators accused in abuse scandal reinstated

Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson announced Monday that an agreement has been reached in criminal cases filed last year against former Sharpstown High School Principal Robert Gasparello and former HISD administrators Silvio Leiva and Jason Thomson.

Police: 1 shot, nearly robbed at METRO Transit Center

Someone was shot around 3 p.m. Monday near a gate at METRO's Hillcroft Transit Center on the Southwest Freeway at Hillcroft in Southwest Houston.

Alleged Indiana serial killer has Texas criminal record

The man police in Indiana say may be a serial killer was released from a Texas prison last year after pleading guilty to sexual assault in the case of a woman who was beaten, forced to perform oral sex and raped in Austin in 2007, Local 2 Investigates has learned.

Four Apps to Help You Save & Earn Money

Cutting coupons isn't as easy as it sounds. There's the clipping, the sorting... and then you have to remember to bring them to the store. But with new money saving apps, all you really need is your smart phone.

Waller ISD aide resigns after claims of improper communication with student

A Waller Junior High School employee is off the job after he was accused of communicating improperly with a student.

Oprah fan in dispute with ticket broker

A woman spends thousands of dollars on a VIP experience with Oprah but gets denied.

Locals camp out to be the first to cast their election ballots

Sunday night, a small group of voters slept in tents at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center in River Oaks to be among the first to cast their ballots during early voting, which started Monday.

Both directions of I-10 near Sheldon & Beltway 8 reopen

Parts of I-10 in Channelview were temporarily shut down Monday afternoon after an accident involving an 18-wheeler.  The truck struck a utility pole, bringing down power lines across the freeway.

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Wealth is outpacing income -- and that's a scary sign

More household wealth in America sounds like good news, but it could also mean economic trouble.

Which terrorist group poses biggest threat to US?

As the United States carries out military strikes in the Middle East, Local 2 Investigates is asking who poses the greatest threat to our country and, more specifically, to Texas.

Deputies: 2 men rob woman in front of Alief home

Two men are behind bars, accused of robbing a 67-year-old woman at a home in Alief.

43 people who had contact with Texas' first Ebola patient cleared

Forty-three people are considered Ebola-free after surrendering themselves to health officials for 21 days of isolation. Others, mainly health care workers in contact with the first Ebola patient, Thomas Duncan, will be clear soon.

Murder suspect, 3 others arrested during armed robbery

A quick-acting neighbor made a 911 call that led to the arrest of four robbers, including one who was charged with capital murder in January.

Disability rights groups: Fake service dogs on rise

It takes months of training and a major financial investment for a dog to become a certified service animal. But that's not stopping able-bodied people from claiming their ordinary pets are trained service dogs.

Perry: New Ebola treatment & infectious disease facility created

Gov. Rick Perry Monday announced the creation of a state-of-the-art Ebola treatment and infectious disease bio containment facility in North Texas, in addition to the UTMB-Galveston facility.

Houston Club building imploded downtown

The historic downtown Houston Club Building was imploded Sunday morning. Crews detonated more than 500 pounds of explosives to bring down the building.

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