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Sanitizer, Toilet Paper Stolen From Restaurants

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As outbreak fears travel faster than the actual virus they result from, Houston area businesses discover missing sanitizer bottles and toilet paper. In an interview with Click2Houston.com, local business owner Rich Andrews relayed his troubles regarding the sudden disappearance of supplies. He noticed the small sanitizer bottled placed out on…

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Early Voting In Texas Begins Today

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In the run-up to Super Tuesday's election, early voting polls provide Texans with the opportunity to cast their ballot early. Beginning Tuesday the 18th, early voting polls remain open for a period of 10 days, concluding on the 28th. Of course, missing the early voting period still leaves voters the…

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Democrats Seek Victory In Houston Suburb

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A special election in a Houston suburb pits a Republican against a Democrat in a closely watched runoff today. The traditionally conservative district invites hope from Democrats eager for signs of political shifts in the state. House District 28 selects its replacement for Representative John Zerwas in the Texas state…

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Police Shooting May Lead To $1.2 Mil Settlement

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City council reviews a settlement Wednesday in a lawsuit regarding a 2014 fatal police shooting. Under its terms, the family of the victim would receive $1.2 million, reports Houston Chronicle. The shooting took place at a strip mall on the 5700 block of West Little York. There, Juventino Castro, a…

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Police Sergeant’s Killer on the Run

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HOUSTON, TX – The man suspected of killing a Nassau Bay police sergeant is on the run. According to authorities, he was last seen on Wednesday in Missouri City. However, police believe the fugitive is heading to Louisiana by car. The Texas Department of Public Safety reported that 21-year-old Tavores…

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Robot Delivery Heads to College Campus

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HOUSTON, TX – The 53,000 students enrolled at the University of Houston now have the luxury of robot delivery. This means, by pressing one button on a smartphone app, a robot will appear delivering food and snacks of your choice. According to UH officials, a new fleet of 30 Starship…

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Two Teens Arrested in Houston Carjacking

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HOUSTON, TX – Two teenagers were arrested for carjacking in North Houston. According to police, the teens attacked a woman at a gas station and stole her truck. Furthermore, names of the minors involved in the carjacking have not been disclosed, however the suspects are 15 and 16-years-old. As reported…

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Houston Police Chief Arrests Speeding Driver

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HOUSTON, TX – On his way home Thursday night, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo apprehended a man for speeding. According to the chief, the man was driving more than 110 mph in the downtown sector of Houston. Furthermore, the man who was driving a white Mercedes was racing a green…

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Huge Crates Causing Major Houston Traffic

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HOUSTON, TX – Two massive crates will travel through Houston causing major traffic delays. Several roads will be impacted. Beginning Friday, two huge wooden boxes leaving northwest Houston will be transported to the Bayport Cruise Terminal. The time of travel is expected to take four nights. According to Specialized Logistics’…

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Teens fleeing from police cause crash

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HOUSTON, Texas - Police chased a group of teenagers in a car on Friday. Then, the teenagers ran into another car. Houston police officers reported the incident occurred on Friday morning, June 28. Specifically, the chase and accident happened in the southwest area of Houston. Additionally, the teenagers T-boned the…

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