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News 2 Know: MD Anderson investigation, ATF raid, Prop B money dilemma and more

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Good evening from Click2Houston.com.

Wednesday is almost over.

It was also National Jerky Day! Don't miss your chance to celebrate that one.

Let’s wrap up hump day with a spin around the top headlines.

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Prop B dilemma

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner speaks during a City Council meeting June 12, 2019.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner speaks during a City Council meeting June 12, 2019.

Money paid to firefighters before Prop B struck down must be repaid, mayor says

Money that was paid to firefighters before Proposition B was struck down last month must be repaid, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said Wednesday.

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ATF raid

Four people are in custody and several weapons were seized after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives raided three houses in east Houston.
Four people are in custody and several weapons were seized after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives raided three houses in east Houston.

5 in custody, dozens of firearms seized during ATF raid, authorities say

Five people are in custody and several weapons were seized when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives raided three houses.

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MD Anderson investigation

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What you should know as MD Anderson Cancer Center is under state and federal scrutiny

A joint investigation by state and federal health inspectors found serious “deficiencies” at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and placed the hospital under state and federal authority.

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Texans accused of discrimination

Jeff Pope, who was a security coordinator for the team, claims he was fired unjustly on May 8 by now-former General Manager Brian Gaine. Gaine was fired by the Texans June 7.
Jeff Pope, who was a security coordinator for the team, claims he was fired unjustly on May 8 by now-former General Manager Brian Gaine. Gaine was fired by the Texans June 7.

Discrimination claim against the Texans filed by former employee

A recently fired member of the Houston Texans' support staff is alleging racial discrimination in a complaint filed Wednesday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 

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High on drugs

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VIDEO: Baby in car seat thrown outside supermarket

An Oklahoma teen says he was high on laced marijuana when he attacked a baby outside of an Edmond supermarket.

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On this day

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In 1990, Mariah Carey released her self-titled debut album.

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