Houston man among those pulled from Oklahoma City Bombing rubble

April 19, 2015: Twenty years after the bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal building in Oklahoma City, the building manager who was pulled from the rubble after the attack came back to remember that fateful day. Bill Balleza reports.

Woman injured in Boston Marathon bombing to run Monday

On Monday morning, just after 8 a.m. Houston time, more than 30,000 people from around the world will start the 26.2 mile journey from Hopkinton into downtown Boston. For some, it will take a little more than two hours. It took Rebekah Gregory of Houston two years.


Only in Oregon: Beer made from sewage water

Oregon has signed off in part on a project that turns reused sewage water over to home brewers. Lee Hedgmon, president of the Homebrewer's Club, has made beer with the water. ‘Tastes like beer. Tastes exactly like beer,’ she said

Local bombing survivor finishes Boston Marathon

April 20, 2015: Cold and rainy weather did not stop one Houstonian from crossing the finish line at the Boston Marathon. Ryan Korsgard reports.

Arrest in sex assault of little girl

March 23, 2015: A woman is accused of sexually assaulting children with her boyfriend, and photographing the children for exploitation, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office. Joel Eisenbaum reports.

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Woman pulled from smoldering car wreckage

The rescue of a woman who rolled her car along a road in New Jersey was caught on a police cruiser's video camera.

Officer holds fire as suspect begs to be shot

An officer holds fire as a suspect begs to be shot, and the whole thing is caught on camera.

1,000-pound man moved to new home

A Rhode Island man weighing more than 1,000 pounds has been moved by crane to a flatbed truck and taken to a facility better equipped to help him.

Storms cause circus tent chaos in Angleton

A video posted to Facebook shows how strong the recent storms were. In Angleton, winds lashed at a circus tent, sending the crowd running from the structure. Anoushah Rasta reports.

Teacher fired over texts with student

April 20, 2015: A teacher at the YES Prep Southeast campus is terminated Monday after allegations of an inappropriate relationship. Andy Cerota reports.

Tuesday's weather webcast

A high of 80 degrees Tuesday with a low of 58.

ESPN reporter berates tow company employee

ESPN reporter Britt McHenry apologizes after angry rant toward tow company employee goes viral. The sports network McHenry for one week.

Man unintentionally runs over, kills wife in SW Houston

April 20, 2015: A pregnant woman was run over and killed unintentionally by her husband Monday in southwest Houston. Doctors were able to successfully deliver her baby. Anoushah Rasta reports.


420 rally draws 60,000 in Denver

The 420 Rally at Civic Center Park in Denver attracted an estimated 60,000 from across the state and around the country. Pro-cannabis celebrations are in full force throughout Colorado and police have been busy handing out tickets to people smoking marijuana in public.

Woman who nearly lost life in Boston Marathon bombing will run Monday

Two years ago, Boston and the country were rocked when the Boston Marathon became the target of a terrorist attack.

4 families homeless after lightning strikes apartment building

Four families have been left homeless after a massive lightning bolt hit the rooftop of their apartment building.

Veterinarian under fire for picture of cat with arrow

April 17, 2015: An investigation is underway after a photo of a veterinarian holding a feral cat she allegedly shot and killed with a bow and arrow is going viral. Mark Boyle reports.

Houston man among those pulled from Oklahoma City Bombing rubble

April 19, 2015: Twenty years after the bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal building in Oklahoma City, the building manager who was pulled from the rubble after the attack came back to remember that fateful day. Bill Balleza reports.

Woman shot three times, taken to hospital

A woman was hospitalized Monday after she was shot three times at an apartment complex in the Alief area.

Brother says man was followed home from movie theater, kidnapped

Houston police are looking for a group of men who apparently stalked a man home from the movies and then kidnapped him.

Former Pasadena police officer found not guilty of official oppression

A former Pasadena police officer charged in the shooting of a man four years ago has been found not guilty.


Wilma the feral pig bonds with polo ponies

Wilma is a feral pig who calls the Hawaii Polo Club in Molukeia on Oahu, home. Frank Hinshaw, aka ‘The Pig Whisperer,’ owns Skydive Hawaii across the street and thinks he knows how Wilma bonded with the herd. ‘She was in a family of half-dozen or eight piglets. She was the only one who has the…

Smartphone apps for unlimited talk and text

More and more people are cutting their landline phones and relying on cellphones to make calls, which means talk and text minutes can add up fast.

Baltimore police investigating suspect death

Authorities in Baltimore hold a news conference regarding the death of suspect Freddie Gray.

Houston Newsmakers April 19: March for Babies, Neil Bush, Woman's Hospital of Texas

The Houston March for Babies is the biggest in the United States and raises millions for the March of Dimes Houston Division. The Houston event is scheduled for 8 a.m. Sunday, April 26 at the University of Houston.

Family desperately searching for son

April 5, 2015: Texas EquuSearch is looking for volunteers to help the Harris County Sheriff's Office search for a missing man. Anoushah Rasta reports.

Monday's Facebook Fan of the Day

Congratulations to Faraz Khan, Monday's Facebook Fan of the Day!

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