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Today is Juneteenth -- the anniversary of the day in 1865 when federal troops landed in Galveston with news that slaves had been freed two years earlier. There are a number of events happening to mark the anniversary, and we’ve put together a list of them here.
Let’s wrap up your Wednesday with a look at the forecast and the top headlines of the day.
Temperatures Wednesday afternoon were in the low and mid-90s. We're likely to have a heat advisory Thursday. Evening temperatures will fall through the 80s. Rain chances return this weekend. Click here for Frank's full forecast.
Maleah Davis' father shared photos of her casket for her funeral this weekend.
Locatelli’s restaurant is responding to a KPRC Channel 2 News report from June 14 in which a customer accused the Italian eatery of racially profiling her by arbitrarily enforcing a group tip policy prior to ordering.
Two people are in custody Wednesday following a chase and officer-involved shooting in Southwest Houston, according to police.
A vehicle slammed into a restaurant Wednesday in the Houston Heights neighborhood.
Ambulance takes fire
A man opened fire on an ambulance crew Wednesday while they were responding to a call in a neighborhood near Alief, officials said.
On this day
In 1991, Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar surrendered to police.
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