News 2 Know: Overnight rain is coming, man accused of stalking high-profile Houstonian, more

By Aaron Barker - Senior Digital Editor

The weekend is here!

Today is also National Milk Day, so pour a tall cold glass and celebrate.

Today's Weather

Nice Friday evening with temps around 60, but clouds will be moving in and a cold front moves across the area overnight. Meteorologist Frank Billingsley has a look at the forecast.

Don't forget! You can keep track of the radar and forecast throughout the day at or by downloading the Frank's Free Forecast app.

Local News

Man sent threatening letters to Carolyn Farb for 20 years, police say


Robin Chiswell is seen in this mugshot released by the Houston Police Department on Jan. 11, 2019.

A man accused of sending threatening letters to Houston philanthropist Carolyn Farb for nearly 20 years was arrested in November, police announced Friday. Read more >

Ex-Goodwill manager accused of setting up false employees to collect their payroll

A former manager at Goodwill, the non-profit organization, was arrested and charged with theft, Friday. Read more >

At least 3 detained after animals found neglected or injured, police say


A neglected horse being removed from a residence in southeast Houston on Jan. 11, 2019.

An investigation is underway after several animals were found neglected or injured at a southeast Houston farmhouse after police received complaints from neighbors. Read more >

Texas News

Dad of baby King Jay Davila said death was an accident, he panicked, police say

The body of a baby believed to be missing 8-month-old King Jay Davila has been found by San Antonio police after his father took investigators to an open field near his neighborhood Thursday night, police said. Read more >

National News

Woman describes how Jayme Closs ended up at her door

Kristin Kasinskas was at home Thursday evening when someone pounded on the door. When she opened it, her neighbor was standing next to a skinny girl with unkempt hair and oversized shoes. Read more >

What's that sound?

A second mysterious repeating fast radio burst has been detected in space


This image of a globular cluster of stars by the Hubble Space Telescope is one of the most ancient collections of stars known. The cluster, called NGC 6752, is more than 10 billion years old.

Far outside our Milky Way galaxy, something is causing repeating short bursts of radio waves to be released into space. Scientists have recorded the second repeating fast radio burst to be discovered, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Read more >

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