In Central Texas, crews resumed the search for nine people feared dead after the swollen Blanco River smashed through Wimberley, a small tourist town between San Antonio and Austin, over the Memorial Day weekend.
Charges were stacking up for a mother who investigators say instructed her young sons to steal candy from a store and tried to run over a deputy during a getaway attempt, leaving one of her children behind.
If you are one of the thousands of people whose car stalled out in high water this week, you are probably now facing some hefty towing and storage fees. You should know these costs are regulated by the City of Houston and the state of Texas, so drivers don't get gouged.
As we've seen this week, floods can quickly turn dangerous and deadly, especially for people who get stranded in high water. So what do you do if you're faced with this situation? KPRC 2’s Bill Spencer has the tips that could save your life.
Investigators with the Harris County Sheriff's Office are searching for a serial robbery suspect sought in at least four aggravated robberies in the Channelview/North Shore area. Investigators are holding a press conference at 2 p.m. to release more details. Watch the livestream on…