5 things for Houstonians to know for Thursday, Dec. 17

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Here are things to know for Thursday, Dec. 17

1. Suspects in fatal shooting at DD Sky Club denied bond, help from public offender

A judge ruled Wednesday that the suspects in a fatal shooting at DD Sky Club two months ago will receive no bond and will not be able to get help from a public defender.

Demontae Lavon Williams, 24, and Le Dadrine Da Prea Hall, 20, were both charged with capital murder in the Oct. 20 shooting that killed three aspiring rappers at the Midtown club on Chenevert Street.

The security guard told investigators he had never seen the suspects before and searched them before they entered the club, police said. The security guard told police the suspects didn’t have any weapons on them, so he believes they snuck the guns into the club.

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2. Texas AG announces multistate lawsuit against Google

Ten states on Wednesday brought a lawsuit against Google, accusing the search giant of “anti-competitive conduct” in the online advertising industry, including a deal to manipulate sales with rival Facebook.