News 2 Know for Nov. 12, 2018
It's Monday evening, and it's also the day that the nation observes Veterans Day.
Originally, the holiday, which falls on Nov. 11, was known as Armistice Day and celebrated the end of World War I. It was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.
Winter is coming! If you've been waiting for those cold temperatures to arrive, you're in luck. Some places could see the first freeze of the season tonight. Meteorologist Frank Billingsley has a look at the forecast.
A child was hit by a stray bullet Monday afternoon during a shooting involving a security guard and a robbery suspect at a cell phone store in north Houston, according to police. Read more >
Two teens are still shaken up and scared to leave home after being robbed and carjacked at gunpoint outside a church in east downtown Houston, according to one teen's parent. Read more >
The Texas Legislature's newest incoming members were elected less than a week ago, and the two chambers won't gavel in until Jan 8. But the law-writing bonanza of the 2019 legislative session kicked off Monday, the first day to prefile bills for 86th Legislature. By noon, more than 400 bills had been filed. Read more >
An early season winter storm has dumped up to 7 inches of snow in the Texas Panhandle and lesser amounts in the western half of Oklahoma as it moves toward Arkansas. Read more >
In her new memoir, "Becoming," former first lady Michelle Obama writes a passage explaining how her predecessor, Laura Bush, had extended her help to Obama when she was an incoming first lady, telling her that if Obama needed help, she was "a phone call away." Read more >
Cookies and milk can be a messy proposition, especially if those cookies are Oreo cookies -- but not anymore with a kit that aims to bring your dunking game to a new level. Read more >
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