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Houston, TX, United States

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  • HuffPost
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Past articles by Steven:

Gun owner's girlfriend shot in chest as weapon was being moved, HPD says

The man called out for help and the victim's roommates called 911, but she died by the time help arrived. → Read More

Woman charged with murder after shooting homeless woman while walking dog

Christine Alexandra Fesus has been charged with murder after she admitted to shooting a woman, who has since died, while walking her dog overnight. → Read More

Harris County Precinct 1 sgt. dies by suicide while under investigation

Harris County Precinct 1 Sgt. Robert Johnson took his own life following a standoff in Liberty County on May 19. The law enforcement officer was reportedly under investigation for child sex assault allegations. → Read More

Uber driver sexually assaulted 15-year-old girl during ride, court documents say

A 49-year-old Uber driver is being accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl while giving her a ride. According to court documents, Leonel Medina has been charged with two counts of sexual assault of a child under 17 years old. → Read More

Body found in SUV in Pearland pond confirmed to be missing mom Erica Hernandez

Tuesday afternoon a submerged vehicle with a body inside was pulled from a Pearland pond. It matches the description of the vehicle that belongs to a Houston mom who's been missing for weeks. → Read More

Man accused of luring women across SE Texas through ghost hunting to sexually assault them

David Lynn Turner, 46, is accused of luring women under the guise of ghost hunting to remote locations and sexually assaulting them in San Jacinto County and throughout the southeast Texas region. → Read More

FBI arrests 4th person from Houston area in Capitol attack

Shane Leedon Jenkins was identified as the fourth person from the Houston area arrested in connection to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot in Washington D.C. → Read More

Houston-area evictions continue for renters unaware of relief programs

Evictions skyrocketed during the pandemic and some have continued despite rental relief programs. That's because many people who need help don't know how to apply. → Read More

Alexis Sharkey, Houston woman known for Instagram presence, was strangled, autopsy says

Alexis Sharkey, a 26-year-old Pennsylvania woman who moved to Houston in January 2020, was strangled and her death was a homicide, an autopsy report revealed. → Read More

More COVID-19 vaccines needed to open Houston mega sites, Mayor Turner says

Mayor Turner is intent on opening two mega sites this weekend, but that all depends on more vaccines arriving. → Read More

Man and woman found shot to death inside home, Harris Co. deputies say

The Harris County Sheriff's Office is investigating on Dec. 2, 2020, a homicide inside a Katy home where a man and a woman may have been shot and killed. → Read More

Students taken to hospital after possible overdose at Hildebrandt Intermediate School

A possible overdose involving several students was reported at Klein ISD's Hildebrandt Middle School in Spring. School officials confirmed that several students may have intentionally ingested some kind of substance. → Read More

6 middle school students sick after eating 'illegal substance' at Spring-area school

Emergency crews headed to a middle school in Spring where several students needed medical attention after consuming an illegal substance at lunch on campus. → Read More

Houston police looking into whether woman died from exposure

A maintenance worker on the campus of University of Houston located the woman Monday morning. → Read More

What are Houston's top health officials and leaders doing for Thanksgiving?

What are some of Houston's top health officials and city leaders doing for Thanksgiving? How do they plan on staying safe from COVID-19? During a briefing on the city's coronavirus response on Monday, ABC13 reporter Steve Romo asked this question. → Read More

Houston mayor to address COVID-19 safety protocols to practice ahead of Thanksgiving weekend

With COVID-19 cases and deaths increasing across Houston, Harris County and other parts of the U.S., Mayor Sylvester Turner and health experts are warning the public to celebrate Thanksgiving in a safe way to minimize spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Former Katy Tigers star Bronson McClelland wants to be back on football team after racist video

A former Katy High School football player is asking to be allowed back on the team yet again. Bronson McClelland was disciplined a year ago for a video someone posted online showing him using the N-word at a Whataburger. → Read More

Lamborghini and Porsche vehicles seized in $16M PPP fraud case in Houston

Six Houston area business owners face federal charges, accused of fraudulent applying for and receiving $16 million in Payroll Protection Program loans. Some of that money was allegedly spent on luxury cars. → Read More

Who is Robert Soliz? Man accused of killing HPD Sgt. Rios

The man accused of shooting and killing Houston Police Sgt. Sean Rios is in custody and we're learning that he is no stranger to police. → Read More

Deadly shooting in north Houston is latest in string of homicides

Houston police are investigating a deadly shooting in north Houston on the heels on what has been a violent day across the city. It happened around 7 p.m. near Kuykehdahl and W Rankin Road. Police said a man shot a woman to death near a business. → Read More