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Search underway after man shoots Waco TV station meteorologist

A manhunt is underway for a shooting suspect near a Waco-area television station. Anoushah Rasta reports.

Santa gets knocked out by bear

This bear may be getting coal in his stocking. Watch it knock a stuffed Santa to the ground outside a home in Glendora, California.

Heart-stopping shoplifters caught on camera

Jeanne Moos reports on some heart-stopping shopping.

Over 1 million mummies found?

A remarkable discovery in Egypt has opened a new window to the ancient past.

DPS releases sketch of man who shot meteorologist outside Waco TV station

The search continues for a gunman after a television meteorologist in Central Texas was shot several times by an apparent stranger. Anoushah Rasta reports. 

Mich. man gets nearly 2,000 Christmas cards

It all started with a simple Facebook plea. Now, one Michigan man has more Christmas cards than he knows what to do with.

Friday's Weather Webcast

Get ready for a wet Friday and a foggy morning commute. The late morning and afternoon will bring heavy rain. 

Excitement building for Cypress Ranch in state championship game

Cypress Ranch is a relatively young football program. Two years ago they made a deep playoff run; last year they missed out. Now they're back in the playoffs, one win away from a state championship. Randy McIlvoy reports.

Boy, 4, saves grandma by dialing 911

A 4-year-old boy saves her grandmother's life by calling 911.

Chaos at Houston-area malls ahead of new Air Jordan release

Dec. 14, 2014: Hundreds of people stood in line for hours at Houston-area malls in order to get a ticket to purchase the new Air Jordan 11 Retro "Legend Blue. Melissa Hawkes reports.

Ruben is honorary elf heping to spread the love

Some of Santa's elves were hard at work Thursday morning working on an early Christmas surprise.  Elves and More is getting ready for their Annual Bicycle Giveaway and Ruben joins some volunteers to see what they're up to! 

Houston history nearly lost

Dec. 17, 2014: Walking into Sloane Gallery in Westchase Houston is like taking a walk back in time. The rooms and hallways of the gallery are filled from top to bottom with vintage black and white images that tell the story of life in Houston back in the 1920s and '30s. Lauren Freeman reports.

HCSO: 2 teen burglary suspects captured after chase ends in crash

Two teenage burglary suspects were taken into custody Thursday morning after leading officers on a chase, which ended in a crash in north Harris County. Courtney Gilmore reports. 

Ruben joins Elves and More to surprise kids with bikes

Nothing can make a child smile like a new bike and members of a local charity worked very hard to get hundreds of bikes ready to give away to children.  KPRC Local 2's Ruben Galvan shows us how Elves and More got into the holiday spirit!

MD Anderson blood stocks critically low

The MD Anderson Cancer Center Blood Bank is beginning the holiday season with blood stocks critically low. Phil Archer reports. 

Get ready for a wet couple of days

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Experts urge socialization for cancer patients

Socializing can improve quality of life after receiving a cancer diagnosis both during and after treatment


Young Texans fan sends signed jersey to JJ Watt

Dec. 17, 2014: No. 99 flies around the field wreaking havoc on opposing offenses and defenses alike, undoubtedly becoming one of the greatest, most-feared football players of our time. But we're talking about a smaller version of 99 given the nickname "J.J." Keith Garvin reports.

Radar the weather dog has health scare

Houston's favorite dog, Radar, visited the KPRC Local 2 studios Wednesday evening with some important news. We wanted to let our viewers know that Radar had a health scare.

Man accused of killing wife, stuffing body in refrigerator returned to Houston

A man wanted as a person of interest in the death of a woman found dead in an apartment refrigerator is now charged with her murder. Andy Cerota reports. 

High-end apartments see rash of burglaries

Dec. 17, 2014: A rash of recent break-ins at three different high-end apartment complexes has its residents on high alert. Phillip Mena reports.

Caught on camera: Tire smashes through window, hits man

A 77-year-old janitor counts himself lucky to be alive after a truck tire smashed through the window of a medical clinic where he was working and struck him late Tuesday night. Phil Archer reports.

Grand jury to reconvene on Tuesday in case of unarmed black man killed by HPD officer

A grand jury will meet again on Tuesday to decide whether or not to indict a Houston police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black man. Mark Boyle reports. 

Search underway after man shoots Waco TV station meteorologist

Dec. 17, 2014: A manhunt is underway for a gunman near a Waco-area television station. Anoushah Rasta reports.

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Not everyone is happy with U.S.-Cuba thaw

The ringing of the bells in Havana signals a thaw in the Cold War-era feud between Cuba and the U.S. it’s a thaw that resulted in the repatriation of Alan Gross, imprisoned in Cuba for five years. Not everyone was happy with the news: Cubans who fled the Castro regime and now live in Florida…

Editorial: Racial Equality

We have been awakened once again that America's original sin has reared its ugly head in 2014.  It's  a sin that caused a line or two to be re-worked in the Declaration of Independence and written into our Constitution.  It's a sin we've fought the Civil War over and just 50 years ago passed laws…

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