News 2 Know: More Harding Street raid developments, Baytown PD in hot water again and more

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Thursday was also National Hot Fudge Sundae Day! Not that we really need an excuse to enjoy a sundae, but at least you can claim you were celebrating something if you had one today. 

Speaking of celebrating, let's take a look at the forecast.



Highs today made it to 91 degrees. Tonight will be patio perfect with temps in the low-80s by 8 p.m., the 70s by 10 p.m. and upper 60s overnight. The record low is 68, and we may tie that. Friday is warm, near 92, but dry. The weekend ahead promises increasing Gulf moisture both in terms of humidity and rain chances. Check Frank's full forecast for more.


Shot that killed woman during Harding St. raid fired outside home, attorney says

Attorneys for the family of Rhogena Nicholas filed a petition Thursday to investigate claims made after a Houston Police Department Jan. 28 at a home on Harding Street.

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Excessive force? Man claims Baytown officers wrongly assaulted him

A man said he was wrongly arrested and badly beaten by officers from the Baytown Police Department after he pulled into a parking lot to put an address into his phone's GPS app.

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'I am going to f*** you up': Man arrested, accused of stealing bulldog

The mug shot of James Washington, who is accused of stealing a dog on May 3, 2019.

A 20-year-old man accused of stealing an English bulldog has been arrested, according to authorities.

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Camp Texans Day 1: Watt ready to roll as active participant

J.J. Watt makes his way to the practice field on the first day of training camp on July 25, 2019.

Thursday morning marked the true beginning of the 2019 Houston Texans season with day 1 of training camp.

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Which players -- pitchers -- the Astros could target at the trade deadline

From left to right: Tony Watson, Noah Syndergaard, Marcus Stroman, Zach Wheeler, Will Smith

The Astros just completed an outstanding homestand going 5-1 against division foes Texas and Oakland.

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On this day

In 1999, Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France. He would go on to win seven consecutive titles. Later, he would be disqualified for drug violations.


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