News 2 Know: 2 rappers killed, couple accused of using fake cash at local restaurant

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Local News

Two Houston rappers found shot dead in car outside strip club, family says

At left, the scene of a shooting outside a Houston strip club is seen on Nov. 27, 2018. At right, an undated photo of Nick Esene is seen.

Two men found dead inside a car in a strip club parking lot in west Houston have been identified as local rappers. Read more. >

Couple accused of using fake cash at local BBQ restaurant

This couple is accused of using counterfeit money at a local barbecue restaurant. Their faces have been blurred because they have not yet been charged with a crime.

The owner of a BBQ restaurant posted a public warning to area businesses after he said a couple passed a counterfeit bill at his restaurant. Read more. >

HPD announces 164 offenders arrested in 2-week parole violator operation

On Tuesday afternoon, Houston police Chief Art Acevedo and local law enforcement officials announced that 164 parolee offenders were arrested on charges including theft, home invasion and murder in a two-week parole violators operation. Read more. >

Texas News

State lawmaker files bill to require annual football game between UT and Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 25: Wide receiver Ramonce Taylor #11 of the Texas Longhorns celebrates a touchdown against the Texas A&M Aggies on November 25, 2005 at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

A Texas House member wants to bring back an annual football game between the state's two flagship universities: the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University. Read more. >

National News

League City men promise repairs, steal thousands from New Jersey homeowners, officials say

The mugshots of Bradley Billhimer (L) and Paul Rueda (R).

A League City man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from New Jersey homeowners who hired him as a contractor to make repairs to their homes following  Hurricane Sandy, officials said. Read more. >

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