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  • Alarm System Scams

    An alarm system is supposed to keep thieves out, but what if it's very existence is inviting crooks into your home? That's what the Texas department of public safety is investigating.... Looking into whether or not several alarm companies in Houston...
  • Drinking Age Debate

    One hundred college presidents across the nation think on campus binge drinking can be solved by lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18 years old. There are no college presidents in the Houston area who have signed off on the proposal. The presidents...
  • Nightmare on Wall Street

    Monday was the first business day since Congress passed an $840 billion dollar bailout bill; and the reaction on Wall Street at least for now was not good.  At one point the Dow Jones Industrial average was down as much as 800 points it could have been...
  • Grandfather Searches for Missing Children

    Police are searching for two children who may have been kidnapped by their mother. The kids, five- year old Javante and one-year old Israel Griffin Jr., were last seen Friday night at their grandfather's house in Missouri City. Their grandfather,...
  • President Bush Trying to Show They Learned From Katrina

    As Hurricane Gustav threatens the Gulf Coast, President Bush is out to show the nation that his government has learned the haunting lessons of Katrina and is ready to act. That includes a rapid response by Bush himself, who will be planted near...
  • From New Orleans Councilman Arnie Fielkow

    From New Orleans Councilman Arnie Fielkow. Contact the Councilman at afielkow@cityofno.com Since Hurricane Gustav passed over New Orleans, I have been visiting neighborhoods across the city to ensure that the concerns of residents and local businesses...
  • Orleans Parish Updae 9/7

    From New Orleans Councilman Arnie Fielkow. Contact the Councilman at afielkow@cityofno.com The past few days have seen a slow but steady return to normalcy in New Orleans. Residents have been arriving from days spent...
  • All Suspects Arrested in Gomez Bar Quadruple Murder

    MARRERO -- Authorities say they have arrested the fifth and final suspect accused in an armed robbery last week at a Marrero bar that left four people dead. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand says 29-year-old Renil Escobar-Rivera was arrested...
  • Court hears Christian school's bid to join league

    A Christian school is asking a federal appeals court to revive the lawsuit it filed in a bid to sue its way into the athletic league for Texas public schools. A federal judge dismissed the suit that Cornerstone Christian Schools in San Antonio filed...
  • Evacuations Begin In Texas Ahead Of Hurricane Ike

    HOUSTON - AP Officials in Texas are evacuating the most vulnerable citizens as Hurricane Ike takes aim at the Gulf Coast.       The frail and elderly are being put aboard buses as authorities warn 1 million others to head inland.       Ike is...
  • Family, Friends Remember Military Pioneer

    CANOGA PARK -- Friends and family are gathering to remember the life of Betty Jane "BJ" Williams today. Willams was a member of the Women's Airforce Service Pilots, WWII.  The WASP were the first women to fly U.S. military aircraft.  Between 1942 and...
  • Penalty phase for convicted killer in Texas case

    Both sides have rested in the penalty phase for a San Antonio man convicted of killing a restaurant founder by shooting her in the head with an arrow. A jury in Victoria on Wednesday was expected to hear closing arguments in the life-or-death...