Mom's reaction caught on camera after toddler left in hot van

Police body camera captures confrontation of mother, after toddler is left in a hot van in Oklahoma.

Traffic Alert: Construction, closures to avoid this weekend

July 31, 2015: Jennifer Reyna reports.

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Grumpy puppy takes Facebook by storm

Derek Bloomfield and Christie Bailey, the owners of Earl, the grumpy-looking pug/beagle mix puppy, say the Facebook sensation is really is a mellow sweetheart.

Hundreds of fans check out Texans' 2015 Training Camp

Hundreds of fans came out to the Methodist Training Center to check out the Texans' first day of training camp. Randy McIlvoy reports. 

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. Sara Donchey reports.

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Debris found in Indian Ocean may be from MH370

A piece of an aircraft found washed up on shore in the Indian Ocean will be examined in France to determine whether it is part of missing Malaysian Flight 370 as authorities suspect.

Pastors shoots would-be crook at church

July 28, 2015: A pastor came to the rescue Tuesday morning, shooting a man who broke into the Church of New Beginnings in Baytown. Phil Archer reports.

Thieves targeting cars, trucks

July 31, 2015: Residents in a Yorktown Colony subdivision said they are tired of crooks taking advantage of them. Gianna Caserta reports.

Natural remedies to ease health symptoms

July 31, 2015: 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. Lauren Freeman reports.

Caught on Camera: Runaway train car

A train car slams into a train station after authorities say a 13-year-old got access to it, and the whole thing is caught on camera.

Saturday's weather webcast

A high temperature of 101 degrees Saturday with a low of 76. Temperatures will feel like 105 to 110 degrees.


Oregon girl with terminal cancer gets birthday ball

An Oregon girl was feted with a princess ball for her fifth birthday as she fights terminal cancer.

Waller County targeted by hackers

July 31, 2015: 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. Anoushah Rasta reports.

GRAPHIC: Bodycam of officer shooting motorist

University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge for shooting motorist Samuel Dubose during a traffic stop this month, and the incident was caught on bodycam.

International Jazz Festival in Houston kicks off in Houston

The International Jazz Festival kicks off in Houston this weekend.  Ruben Galvan gives us a preview of what we can expect. 

Woman who ran adoption agency arrested

July 31, 2015: The owner of a Houston adoption and child placement agency has been arrested and charged with adoption fraud. Jennifer Bauer reports.

Saturday's weather webcast

We're in for another hot weekend but humidity levels are going down. Most of the Houston area is in for triple digit temperatures. 

Cars stolen from dealership found on Craigslist

July 31, 2015: A suspected car thief is accused of selling stolen vehicles on Craigslist. Cathy Hernandez reports.

Power struggle in Galveston County continues

July 31, 2015: Galveston County has failed to collect a huge chunk of money that's supposed to be used for county services. Robert Arnold reports.

Houston newspaper causes outrage with online post

July 31, 2015: Free Press Houston is causing controversy after an image made its way onto the newspaper's social media accounts. Ryan Korsgard reports.

Monday at 10: How secure are those chip cards?

Amy Davis looks into the security of those credit card chips, which are supposed to be more secure than the strips, after a Houstonian says his information was stolen--and fraudulent charges were made.

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

July 30, 2015: 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…

California is on fire

Some 8,000 firefighters are trying to contain 18 large wildfires across California, from San Diego County up to the northernmost part of the state, according to Cal Fire.

Carjacking leads to police chase

July 31, 2015: A woman who was celebrating her birthday was carjacked by a group of thieves. Joel Eisenbaum reports.

METRO holds press conference after bus driver saves homeowner

July 31, 2015: METRO hosts a press conference after one of its drivers saved a homeowner from a fire.

Police dog dies after heat exposure

July 31, 2015: Houston Community College's first ever police dog has died. Joel Eisenbaum reports.

8-year-old shot in head, dies while playing with gun, police say

An 8-year-old was shot and killed while playing with a gun inside a house in southeast Houston Wednesday afternoon, according to police.

HPD cadets take cultural diversity tour

July 31, 2015: Cadets with the Houston Police Department hopped on a METRO bus Friday for the department’s first ever Cultural Diversity Cadet Bus Tour. Samantha Ptashkin reports.

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Shell, ConocoPhillips to cut jobs to cope with long period of cheap oil

Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year as it seeks to reduce operating costs by 10 percent. ConocoPhillips is also cutting employees to reduce costs. Mark Boyle reports.

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