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NATIONAL NEWS
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
  • 1 dead in N. Houston car accident
    Today, Saturday, October 25, 2014, 1 hour ago
    One person is dead following after a car crash earlier Saturday morning in north Houston. Authorities received a call at 8:27 a.m. of a major traffic accident at Bammel North Houston Road and the north Sam Houston Parkway, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office. Officers arriving at the scene found one woman dead, authorities said. No other details were available.
  • Boys find their mother dead inside SW Houston home
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 16 hours ago

    Houston police are investigating the death of an Alief-area woman who was found by her children.

  • Wet or dry? Alcohol restrictions in Houston area
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 18 hours ago

    Come Nov. 4, some residents of Old Town Tomball are looking to get rid of a little nagging piece of their history, Houston Chronicle reporter Mihir Zaveri reports.

  • Police seek partners of sex offender with HIV
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 20 hours ago

    Houston police are searching for people who may have had contact with a convicted sex offender accused of raping two girls, infecting them with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases

  • With 2 mothers, Parker's daughter faced temporary problem getting driver's license
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 23 hours ago

    Parker, Mayor Annise Parker's daughter, was turned away from taking the road test for a Texas driver's license on Thursday because, according to the mayor, there are inconsistencies on her personal identification documents. According to the agency's website, information on documents used to verify identity must match. The site also notes: "Because the state of Texas does not recognize same-sex marriage, DPS cannot accept same-sex marriage licenses."

  • Smash-and-grab writ large: The pickup truck as burglary tool
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 51 minutes ago

    Back in the day, the typical "smash-and-grab" scenario was perpetrated by a pedestrian at a traffic light who broke a stopped car's window and grabbed a purse off the front seat.

    For the past several years, however, it's taken on a louder, more violent -- and ostensibly more lucrative -- connotation: Crashing a pickup into a convenience store, hooking a rope or chain around the resident ATM and yanking it out like a giant tooth.

    These days, with the crash-and-swipe still popular, it apparently means either the recession still has a good chunk of the population in its grip or thieves are too impatient for the stealth of slow-motion skimming at ATMs, gas pumps and retail check-outs.

  • Sam Houston's political affiliation called into question
    Yesterday, Friday, October 24, 2014, 2 hours ago

    We're just a month away before Texas' State Board of Education hits their deadline over the much fought-over social studies curriculum, and officials have hit a particularly interesting conundrum.

  • Sex offender accused in rapes of 2 girls
    Thursday, October 23, 2014, 9:41 PM
    A registered sex offender is accused of raping two girls, including an infant family member, and infecting them with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Lab tests later confirmed the sexually transmitted diseases. Because of the infections, doctors had to perform genital reconstruction surgery on the child, authorities said. In 2004, Wilson was sentenced to four years in prison after he was convicted of sexually assaulting another 14-year-old Houston girl, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety's sex offender registry.
  • Abandoned baby to stay in CPS custody
    Thursday, October 23, 2014, 8:09 PM

    A baby found abandoned in a post office in southwest Houston Wednesday will remain in state custody, a judge ruled Thursday. The boy appeared healthy but had a rash on the back of his head, and a small scratch - likely from his fingernail - on his face, the caseworker said, adding that results from more comprehensive exams were not yet available. Williams earlier told reporters that he had recognized photos of his child on social media from clothes he said he bought for the boy, a claim Carter disputed.

  • Man in Ben Taub murder-suicide identified
    Thursday, October 23, 2014, 7:44 PM
    A man accused of killing a female co-worker at the Texas Medical Center before fatally turning the gun on himself was identified by Harris County medical examiners as George Vallikappill, 58. The motive for the apparent murder-suicide remains under investigation but HPD homicide detectives said in the past Vallikappill had made romantic overtures to his co-worker.


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