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News 2 Know for Nov. 20, 2018

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Good morning! About 4.1 million Texans are hitting the road for holiday travel and the Lone Star State's favorite pit stop, Buc-ee's is ready for the rush. Today is also National is National Peanut Butter Fudge day, and what better way to celebrate than to pick up some famous fudge (peanut butter or otherwise) from the rest stop.

Today's Weather

Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley has your forecast.

Don't forget! You can keep track of the radar and forecast throughout the day at click2houston.com/weather or by downloading the Frank's Free Forecast app.

Local News

2 women accused of prostitution at massage parlor in Fort Bend County

Fort Bend County deputies make arrest in prostitution bust at Yes Massage on Nov. 20, 2018.
Fort Bend County deputies make arrest in prostitution bust at Yes Massage on Nov. 20, 2018.

Workers at a Fort Bend County massage parlor have been accused of prostitution after a bust by investigators. Read more. >

'They were two kids in puppy love': Police ask for help in probe into couple's death

Police are asking for help uncovering details in the deaths of Robert Cerda and Rachel Delarosa, Nov. 20, 2018.
Police are asking for help uncovering details in the deaths of Robert Cerda and Rachel Delarosa, Nov. 20, 2018.

“It’s been 11 months, and it doesn’t get easier,” said Daniel Cerda, the father of Robert Cerda – a man who was killed along with his girlfriend – during a news conference Tuesday. Read more. >

Broken gate leads to rash of vehicle burglaries at apartment complex, residents say

This broken gate is the root of the vehicle break-in problem at the Belvedere at Springswoods Village apartment complex, according to residents.
This broken gate is the root of the vehicle break-in problem at the Belvedere at Springswoods Village apartment complex, according to residents.

The Harris County Sheriff's Office is investigating a rash of car burglaries at a Spring apartment complex where a gate has been broken for almost a month. Read more. >

Texas News

Dozens of bodies in Houston bayous: Who are they and how did they die?

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Screaming, thumping and cries for help -- those were the gut-wrenching sounds neighbors claim they heard from the apartment of 58-year old Rebecca Suhrheinrich shortly before her dismembered body was found in Greens Bayou last July. In the days before and after that gruesome discovery, other bodies were found in the muddy waters of three more Harris County bayous. Read more. >

National News

Do not eat any romaine lettuce! Officials urge after E. coli outbreak

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Food regulators have urged Americans to not consume any romaine lettuce because of a new food poisoning outbreak Tuesday. Read more. >


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