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9-year-old boy shares his NFL dream

Jan. 27, 2015: A lot of kids dream of playing in the NFL someday and some dream of being like J.J. Watt. That includes one Houston kid who is feeling tough with his brand-new prosthetic legs. Jennifer Bauer reports.

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Truck hits pole, knocks out power in The Heights

Jan. 27, 2015: Several customers were without power near The Heights because of a downed power line on 11th Street and T.C. Jester Boulevard. Keith Garvin reports.

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UPS delivery man urinates on home

Jan. 27, 2015: Surveillance shows a UPS delivery man chucking a package. What happens next is more shocking. Robert Arnold reports.

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Houston woman marries herself

Jan. 27, 2015: Weddings are usually a celebration of love between two people. However, a Houston woman is making headlines all over the world for marrying herself.

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Former mayor tied to development scandal

Jan. 27, 2015: The search is on for the men behind a Sugar Land development company. Ryan Korsgard reports.

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Opening statements in HERO civil trial

Jan. 27, 2015: Testimony is under way in a hearing over Houston's equal rights ordinance. Samantha Ptashkin reports.

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Little Free Library box ordered to come down

Jan. 27, 2015: About two weeks after Dennis Woodward installed a Little Free Library box, the city of Houston put a notice on the box and said it needs to come down because Woodward never applied for a permit. Mark Boyle reports.

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Sights and sounds from Super Bowl Media Day

Jan. 27, 2015: Athletes, celebrities and media members mingled at Super Bowl Media Day. Ruben Galvan reports.

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Teen accused of trying to attack officer

Jan. 27, 2015: A pair of teenage brothers are behind bars after causing chaos at a Baytown movie theater and trying to grab an officer's gun. Syan Rhodes reports.

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Houston murderer's execution halted

Jan. 27, 2015: Texas' top criminal court has halted Wednesday's execution of a prisoner linked to five killings in Houston. Andy Cerota reports.

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