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Passerby finds body on side of road

A passerby finds a woman's body on the the feeder road of North Freeway.

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Store owner ambushed, shot to death in SW Houston

A store owner dies after he's shot while closing in Southwest Houston.

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Man robbed, shot twice in southwest Houston, police say

A man was robbed and shot twice in southwest Houston early Saturday, according to police.

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President Obama signs Texas disaster declaration

President Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration for Texas after severe flooding this week. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had earlier requested a presidential disaster declaration to get federal…

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Does synthetic urine sold at stores work?

Synthetic urine is legally bought and sold in Texas despite its widely known use as a way to try to fraudulently pass a drug screening.

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Vigil held for two Katy ISD students killed in crash

Nearly 200 people, mainly students and several parents, gathered at Seven Lakes High School in Cinco Ranch on Friday to remember two classmates tragically killed in a car accident.

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Brazos River flooding leads to evacuations

Rosenberg issues mandatory evacuations for certain areas south of Brazos River. Richmond, Lake Jackson, Simonton and Brazoria County officials are also warning residents about the river rising above…

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Wharton mayor calls for mandatory evacuation Friday afternoon

The city of Wharton's mayor signed a mandatory evacuation notice, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday, due to the rise of the Colorado River.

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Rosenberg PD investigating after man shot during dispute

The Rosenberg Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened around 7:59 p.m. Friday.

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Reserve deputy constable fired over accusations of child porn

A reserve deputy constable is in custody and off the job after being accused of possession of child pornography.

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Homeowners near San Jacinto River prepare for floodwaters, damage

There have already been some emergency situations because of the rising water in the Kingwood area, where the San Jacinto River has forced several residents to seek higher ground.

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Officials move Free Press Summer Fest amid flooding concerns

The 2015 Free Press Summer Festival has been moved out of its traditional venue of Eleanor Tinsley Park, officials announced Friday.

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