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Private data sold

Free software blocks collection of personal information

A Local 2 Investigation has found companies who you would expect to safeguard your personal information selling Houstonians' information to anyone willing to pay.

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Midtown bike thefts

Residents: Bicycle thefts becoming problem in Midtown

Residents living in Midtown say bicycle thefts are becoming a big problem. Recently, more than 20 bikes were stolen from just one complex in a day.

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Meyerland break-ins

Deputies beef up patrols after string of burglaries

The Harris County Precinct 5 Constable's Office has put more deputies on the streets after a rash of burglaries in the Meyerland area. Some undercover officers are also patrolling the neighborhood…

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House approves $694 million border security measure

The House has approved a $694 million bill to address the crisis of unaccompanied migrant youths arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. President Barack Obama condemned the Republican action and said…

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Suspects arrested after smash and grab robbery in NE Houston

Two men are chased by police after trying to rob a pawn shop in northeast Houston.

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Struggling Astros raise season ticket prices for 2015

Despite owning one of the worst records and baseball and slumping attendance numbers, the Astros plan to raise ticket prices.

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Houston Restaurant Weeks offers good food for charitable cause

Houston Restaurant Weeks isn't just about eating delicious food across town - it's also a charitable endeavor.

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Health care facilities prepare for patients with infectious diseases

Health care facilities in Houston said now is the time to prepare to care for patients with infectious diseases like Ebola virus.

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Katy plans on construction of new town center

Katy could soon join the ranks of other Houston area suburbs in building a new town square.

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Pct. 3: Toddler severely burned while in care of babysitter, dies

Precinct 3 deputy constables were investigating after a 2-year-old died from burn injuries Thursday night.

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Residents in Midtown shocked to find vehicles flooded in parking garage

Dozens of residents in a midtown apartment complex woke up to find their parking garage had flooded.

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Freebie Friday: Carpentry for kids, free food and ice cream

Also included: Freebies at the World War II Aircraft and Museum and in The Heights.

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