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Retired vet fined over funeral procession

A retired Marine in Virginia is fined for not paying tolls during a funeral procession for a soldier killed in combat.

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Man says he found rat's head in chili

A Florida man says he was eating at a restaurant he used to frequent when he unexpectedly felt a crunch -- and found he had bitten down on a rat's head.

'Girls' XXX Parody

Lena Dunham isn't happy with the show's new porn parody.

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Voter tells Obama: 'Don't touch my girlfriend'

Casting his ballot in Chicago on Monday, President Barack Obama stood at a voting booth next to Aia Cooper, whose fiancé decided to joke around with the president.

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Woman arrested after getting trapped in chimney

A California woman accused of trying to illegally enter a man's home through his chimney was arrested on Sunday after she got stuck. The homeowner says he and the woman met online and went on about six dates, but he called it quits.

Police: Cheer coach had sex with student

Oct. 20, 2014: A coach at a Pasadena ISD school is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. Robert Arnold reports.

Cheer coach accused of sex with student appears in court

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

Hazmat crews respond to woman's death in Cypress

Hazmat crews responded to a woman's death Thursday night in Cypress. The family says the woman recently traveled to Nigeria. Jace Larson reports.

Fight breaks out over mic at pumpkin fest

A fight breaks out at a pumpkin fest over who gets the mic. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the on-air spat.

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.

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Parents donate son's organs to stranger

Losing a child is the worst thing a parent can endure, but through their grief, a family from Lufkin who just lost their son made a decision that would forever change the life of a grandfather living in Houston. Those families met for the first time Saturday. Phillip Mena reports.

Walk back in time at the 31st Annual Texian Market Days Festival

Ruben takes a walk back in time and gives us a glimpse of how people in Texas lived 100 years ago. In just a few days, you can do the same at the 31st Annual Texian Market Days Festival.

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Airbag recall, Citibank fees, Apple's spotlight search

Thousands of bank customers will soon face higher fees and an important airbag recall could affect all Houston drivers.

Crane topples over onto Fla. cars, homes

A huge crane tips over in a Florida neighborhood, crushing a home and several vehicles.

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.

What's so dangerous about 'killer bees?'

What's so dangerous about "killer bees?"

Houston Newsmakers Oct. 19: Advice to parents on preventing Enterovirus

Dr. Stan Spinner is the Chief Medical Officer of Texas Children's Pediatrics and is the primary guest on this week's Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall.

Four Apps to Help You Save & Earn Money

Local 2's Amy Davis tells us about four money saving apps to help you earn and save money.

School administrators reinstated at Sharpstown High School

Oct. 20, 2014: The principal and two assistant principals at Sharpstown High School will get their jobs back. Joel Eisenbaum reports.

O'Brien reacts to Texans loss to Steelers

Texans head coach Bill O'Brien reacts after the loss to Pittsburgh.

Trooper flown to hospital after crash in Angleton

Oct. 20, 2014: A DPS trooper was injured Monday afternoon in an accident involving an 18-wheeler. Ryan Korsgard reports.

Stores unveil spooky good deals on Halloween costumes, the McRib is back!

Now is the perfect time to buy a Halloween costume, for anyone who hasn’t picked one out yet.

Tonight at 10: Synthetic Drug Seizures

They use creative names and colorful packaging...one thing is certain, Houston is a hot bed for synthetic drugs.  Tonight at 10, what's making is so tough for authorities to get a handle on the problem...and how Houston is tackling the growing epidemic.

Preview: Texian Market Days Festival

Ever wonder what life was like on the old frontier? Well, Fort Bend County is giving a tour through Texas history! Local 2's Ruben Galvan gives us a preview of the Texian Market Days Festival.

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.

Police: Couple's death likely murder-suicide

Oct. 19, 2014: Police said they believe a man shot his wife and then shot himself, all while their four children were inside the home. Melissa Hawkes reports.

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