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  • Trial Against Clemens Set To Begin This Week

    Trial Against Clemens Set To Begin This Week
    A storied baseball career could be best remembered for what Roger Clemens did not do on the mound. Finally after three years of denials, motions and hearings the federal trial against Clemens begins this week. The pride of Spring Woods High School and...
  • Stiles Bradley Parks, Jr.

      Stiles Bradley Parks, Jr.   Stiles Bradley Parks Jr. was born on October 19, 1916, to Stiles and Fannie Lee Parks, and died peacefully on June 9, 2011.  He grew up in Georgia and Tennessee, then moved at age 15 with his family to Chicago.  He...
  • Attorneys Weigh-In On Casey Anthony Verdict

    Attorneys Weigh-In On Casey Anthony Verdict
    Mixed emotions from a case that has captivated the nation. 25-year-old Casey Anthony was acquitted of murder charges in the case of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Anthony was convicted on 4 counts of lying to police and while it seems much of...
  • Texas: Job Central

    Texas: Job Central
    Forget Monster Jobs and Career Builders. Just pack your bags and mosey on down to Texas. You're bound to find a job here. It's the epicenter for young job seekers ages 18 to 34. That's according to a new on numbers report from American City Business...
  • Hazel E. Turner

    Hazel E. Turner April 23, 1910 – February 14, 2011 Long time Burbank resident Hazel E. Turner passed away February 14 at the age of 100. She was born April 23, 1910 in Cleveland, Ohio. Hazel attended nursing school at Lutheran Hospital in...
  • Thousands "Saddle Up" for Trail Ride into Houston

    Thousands "Saddle Up" for Trail Ride into Houston
    The annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is about to start, and that means the end of the trail for more than 4,000 trail riders. The groups finally made it to Memorial Park Friday, and that long journey wasn't stopping all of them from having some...
  • Thousands "Saddle Up" For Trail Ride Into Houston

    Thousands "Saddle Up" For Trail Ride Into Houston
    The annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is about to start, and that means the end of the trail for more than 4,000 trail riders. The groups made it to Memorial Park on Friday, Feb. 25 for the annual stop. That long journey wasn't stopping all of...
  • Rare Genetic Syndrome Unites Middletown Family and Camp Hill Pizza Shop

    Rare Genetic Syndrome Unites Middletown Family and Camp Hill Pizza Shop
    Six-year-old Braden Albert of Middletown is not like other children his age. He suffers from MECP2 Duplication Syndrome, an extremely rare genetic disease that is mainly carried in males. It typically causes seizures, respitory problems and the absense of...
  • Wrongfully Convicted Man Has New Fight

    Wrongfully Convicted Man Has New Fight
    We first told you about former death row inmate Anthony Graves last year. He spent 18 years in prison for murders he did not commit. His name was cleared last October. Graves was wrongfully convicted of murdering a family, including four children and...
  • Houston Rodeo Shooting: Exclusive Video

    Houston Rodeo Shooting: Exclusive Video
    Two teenagers were hurt and 2 others arrested after a shooting at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Saturday night. 39 News has obtained EXCLUSIVE VIDEO of the incident, which happened near Reliant Stadium around 10:30pm. The video shows a dozen or so...
  • Youth Scene: NHWPF 14U boys win qualifier

    Goalie Nick Wood blocked two shots during the penalty shootout after a 10-10 tie against SoCal. Charlie Padden tossed in the winning goal for the Newport Harbor Water Polo Foundation. SoCal was ahead, 10-9, near the end of the fourth period when Peter...
  • Harris County Early Voting

    Harris County Early Voting
    Early voting starts Monday. For twelve days Houstonians in Harris County will get a chance to vote before the big day. Just weeks ago, city leaders didn't think it would be possible after an extensive fire destroyed all voting machines but after much...