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Houston nurse wrongly accused of murdering husband speaks out
houstonchronicle.com / Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:43:16 UT

The Houston nurse once accused of killing her husband spoke out Wednesday about the "heartbreaking nightmare" of her wrongful accusation.

Harvest Days, Oktoberfest head to downtown Conroe Farmers Market
YourHoustonNews.com / Tue, 04 Oct 2016 21:01:00 -0500
Pumpkins, face painting and assorted scarecrows will be at the Isaac Conroe First Thursday Farmers Market at Founder’s Plaza.

The old Houston Chronicle building is officially gone
houstonchronicle.com / Tue, 25 Apr 2017 13:02:31 UT

Since last summer the historic building has slowly been disappearing at 801 Texas. Now its leveled, leaving just a pile of rubble. 

Texas sheriff turning to retired detectives to solve cold cases
houstonchronicle.com / Sat, 15 Apr 2017 14:20:30 UT

A Texas sheriff wants to turn back the clock in an effort to solve cold cases.

Elderly woman missing, last seen in downtown Houston
houstonchronicle.com / Fri, 21 Apr 2017 23:06:33 UT

A 76-year-old Houston woman has been missing since Monday, according to police.

Galveston casino yacht crashes less than two weeks after grand opening
houstonchronicle.com / Sun, 16 Apr 2017 17:48:11 UT

It looks like the house didn't win this round.

Teen slain amid talk of ‘Russian roulette’ lauded as ‘just a nice person’
houstonchronicle.com / Thu, 20 Apr 2017 01:16:55 UT

Police arrested a 14-year-old Thursday in connection with the death of 13-year-old Juan Borja, who was shot Wednesday afternoon in a Freeport park as the boys talked about Russian roulette. Dozens of people gathered Thursday at  Peppermint Park to talk about the popular band member and athlete. 

Houston Zoo’s new giraffe finally has name
houstonchronicle.com / Wed, 19 Apr 2017 16:37:06 UT

Last week Houstonians got word of a new female Masai giraffe birth at the zoo. The bouncing, rather tall, baby girl was born without a name. That has now changed. 

Houston man citesreligious rights in lawsuit against city’s ban on feeding homeless
houstonchronicle.com / Fri, 14 Apr 2017 01:08:04 UT
Religious rights violation cited as major cause for the litigation [...] Bryant, who describes himself as a devout Christian, contends the city's charitable feeding ordinance prohibits this and also violates his religious rights. The city describes the ordinance as a way to uphold food safety and protect the rights of private property owners, but some homeless advocates view it as a way to regulate the tradition of charity. Bryant agrees with critics of the ordinance, stating in his suit that it "regulates a natural expression of human compassion" and prohibits him "from sharing food and water with those that need help." Bryant is requesting a jury trial for his case and ultimately wants the ordinance thrown out.

Car crashes into northwest Harris County building
houstonchronicle.com / Fri, 21 Apr 2017 21:39:03 UT

No injuries reported as car crashes into building.

Deadly shoot-out with robber haunts Conroe jeweler
YourHoustonNews.com / Tue, 04 Oct 2016 20:33:00 -0500
Jeff Turner Jr. struggles with the deadly outcome of an armed robbery at his Conroe jewelry store Monday. But the soft-spoken business owner understands his actions protected employees, family members

U.S. Supreme Court rules against Houston man paralyzed in 2010 police shooting
houstonchronicle.com / Tue, 25 Apr 2017 01:49:56 UT
The nation's highest court has rejected attempts to revive a civil rights lawsuit brought by a Houston paint contractor who was shot in the back and paralyzed by a police offer in 2010. In declining to hear the case, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed that lower courts acted properly in granting Houston Police Officer Chris Thompson qualified immunity in the shooting incident, which took place following a late-night traffic stop on the Southwest Freeway. Sotomayor, joined in dissent by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, wrote that issuing summary judgment in favor of police is appropriate only when significant facts are not in dispute. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in June 2016 that a lower judge had properly dismissed Salazar-Limon's lawsuit because of the threat perceived by Thompson, who testified that he had been pushed toward freeway traffic before a combative Salazar-Limon turned away.

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