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  • 96-Year-Old Woman Gets Home

    96-Year-Old Woman Gets Home
    She's 96 years young and after two years of being homeless since Hurricane Ike, she finally has a new home thanks to a program that's building homes for Ike victims. Rosie Fields was living with a sister from a church in Texas City, but now she has a...
  • Family Pleas for Clues on Anniversary of Murder

    Family Pleas for Clues on Anniversary of Murder
    Thanksgiving will be painful for one Houston family. One year ago Wednesday, their loved one was brutally murdered and still no clues have surfaced. The family of victim Fernando Mora is hoping someone out there knows something. In a photo, Maria Mora...
  • Allergy free Christmas trees exist

    Allergy free Christmas trees exist
    This weekend is the first big Christmas tree shopping weekend, but do you know your pine from a cypress? There are lots of options out there when it comes to live tree buying, including options that are allergy free. We found the Ross family from...
  • DREAM Act Set to Go Before Congress

    DREAM Act Set to Go Before Congress
    Rallies and vigils are taking place across the country in support of the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act -- or the DREAM Act. It's a legislation that would help undocumented students become legal. Closer to home, several...
  • Victim's Mother Upset About Shock Probation Sentence

    Victim's Mother Upset About Shock Probation Sentence
    A Channelview mother says DWI laws need to be tougher. Just this week, she learned the woman who was charged with killing her son will not spend six years in prison. Instead, the woman was given "shock probation." Shock probation is sort of like a scare...
  • Teen girl attacked by cop impersonator

    Teen girl attacked by cop impersonator
    Police are hunting for a man who posed as a cop and assaulted a teenage girl. He grabbed the girl from an apartment complex in southwest Houston. We're hearing there could be similar attacks too. Investigators released a sketch and apartment surveillance...
  • Santa Claus Scam and Other Cyber Schemes

    Santa Claus Scam and Other Cyber Schemes
    Just because it's the holiday season, doesn't mean that the scam artists are going on vacation. In fact, many use Christmas as bait to hook you and your money. Top scams this season? Unbelievable online discounts for home services, gift discounts with...
  • Missing Toddler Found Safe, Grandfather Arrested

    Missing Toddler Found Safe, Grandfather Arrested
    Cecil Hopkins, 58, was found by Houston police after authorities received a tip on his whereabouts. He was being held Monday on a drug possession charge. HOUSTON (Dec. 4, 2010) --- We have a happy ending to a report in the case of a missing 2-year-old we...
  • Which Houston charities are worth your dollars?

    Which Houston charities are worth your dollars?
    Tis the season to give right? But how do you know your money is going to a good cause? Or the charity you are donating to is actually putting that money to good use? There is no real charity watchdog. There is no state agency that makes sure charities...
  • Trio Robs Game Room at Gunpoint

    Trio Robs Game Room at Gunpoint
    It looks like a scene out of a movie; a woman casually smoking a cigarette and holding several people at gunpoint. But she's no actor. Houston police Monday were searching for that woman and two others involved in an aggravated robbery Saturday at 12:...
  • New Flu-Like Virus Making Many Sick

    New Flu-Like Virus Making Many Sick
    There's a new virus with flu-like symptoms going around that keeps children and adults feeling lousy for two weeks. Flu season is officially here and chances are you know someone that's had it. The Centers for Disease Control says only one third of...