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  • HISD Principal Dies in Crash

    HISD Principal Dies in Crash
    James Goggin, principal at Bonham Elementary School in Houston, died over the weekend in a tragic car accident. Grief counselors and extra staff were on hand Monday to help the students, staff and parents at Bonham Elementary deal with their grief over...
  • Duo Stole ATM, Led Police on Chase

    Duo Stole ATM, Led Police on Chase
    Taking the money from an ATM wasn't enough for a duo in Humble on Tuesday. They stole the whole machine. According to investigators, two men backed a flatbed truck into a convenience store in the area of Eastex Freeway at Rankin about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday...
  • Elderly Delivered Thanksgiving Meal

    Elderly Delivered Thanksgiving Meal
    While hundreds of Houstonians found their way to Thanksgiving meals at shelters and the George R. Brown Convention Center, many citizens unable to travel outside their homes received holiday meals at their doorsteps. Houston Meals for the Elderly, a...
  • HPD: Dad Punches, Kills Baby

    HPD: Dad Punches, Kills Baby
    A man accused of punching his infant daughter so hard he killed her was being held Monday at Harris County Jail on $200,000 bond. Iniubong Effiong Ebong, 31, was charged Sunday with injury to a child in the 351st State District Court. According to the...
  • Houston Man Sentenced To Over 6 Years In Prison For Federal Gun Violation

    Houston Man Sentenced To Over 6 Years In Prison For Federal Gun Violation
    Kentrell Washington, age 27, a resident of Houston, was sentenced today in federal court by U. S. District Judge Sarah S. Vance to over six years (77 months) in prison for illegally possessing a firearm in New Orleans, announced U. S. Attorney Jim Letten....
  • HPD Officer Struck by Mystery Bullet

    HPD Officer Struck by Mystery Bullet
    A Houston police officer was recovering Thursday after being shot in the leg by a bullet that seemed to come out of nowhere, officials said. According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, two Houston Police Department officers in uniform were working a...
  • Coast Guard Searches for Missing Shrimp Boat Captain

    Coast Guard Searches for Missing Shrimp Boat Captain
    The search for a missing shrimp boat captain who went into the water with his sinking boat Thursday morning was expected to continue through the night. Hours after a mayday call from a shrimp boat taking on water off the coast of Galveston, Coast Guard...
  • Missing Toddler Found Safe, Grandfather Arrested

    Missing Toddler Found Safe, Grandfather Arrested
    Cecil Hopkins, 58, was found by Houston police after authorities received a tip on his whereabouts. He was being held Monday on a drug possession charge. HOUSTON (Dec. 4, 2010) --- We have a happy ending to a report in the case of a missing 2-year-old we...
  • Woman's Body Found Near Bayou

    Woman's Body Found Near Bayou
    A disturbing find in a north Houston neighborhood has folks living there on edge. Two teenage girls found a woman's body late Sunday afternoon. The woman -- identified as 44-year-old Gayla Fulner -- was half naked and was severely beaten in the face....
  • Death Penalty Protest in Houston

    Death Penalty Protest in Houston
    An anti-death penalty rally was held Monday in Houston in support of the pre-trial motion on Texas' use of the death penalty being presented before District Judge Kevin Fine in the 177th District Court. Attorneys argued that Texas death penalty laws...
  • The Best Time To Find A Job May Be Right Now

    Good news for job-seekers! The next few months may be the best time for hiring since the financial crisis erupted. Job openings are at their highest level in two years according to new government data and a recent survey predicts the U.S. hiring index...
  • Rocker's Widow Donates to Houston Cancer Treatment Center

    Rocker's Widow Donates to Houston Cancer Treatment Center
    Earlier this year, 39 News was the only television station in the country to interview heavy metal icon Ronnie James Dio while he underwent cancer treatment at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dio -- former front man for groups like Black...