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Tim Wetzel


Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Tomball teen's touchdown touches hearts

Students competed against each other in a scrimmage Thursday, but one of them really came out a winner. → Read More

Harris County poll workers plead guilty to voter fraud

Two Harris County poll workers pled guilty to unlawfully depositing a ballot during the May 2016 primary runoff election. → Read More

VERIFY: Are Houston toll road fees ever going away?

The teachers at Spring Forest Middle School asked KHOU 11's Verify team whether Beltway 8 has been paid off and if the tolls will ever go away in the foreseeable future. → Read More

Hospital closes abruptly, employees unpaid

After HopeBridge Hospital treated its final patient Wednesday morning, employees were told that the southwest Houston psychiatric facility could not meet its payroll. → Read More

Cyberattack spreads around the world

More than 200,000 computer users in some 150 countries have been affected by the so-called "WannaCry" ransomware attack, a rapidly spreading virus that has impacted major corporations and hospitals. → Read More

Sen. Cornyn of Texas considered for FBI Director post

Senator John Cornyn of Texas is one of at least 10 people under consideration by the White House to replace fired FBI Director James Comey. → Read More

Off-duty deputies involved in deadly shooting in NE Harris County

Two off-duty sheriff’s deputies were involved in a fatal shooting outside a bar in northeast Harris County early Friday. → Read More

Decades-old deed restriction reads 'Caucasians only'

Decades old deed restrictions can protect a community's charm and value, but some also contain outdated and racist reminders of a dark past. → Read More

VERIFY: Is your smartphone listening to your conversations?

Is the smartphone you keep in your pocket or purse eavesdropping on your private conversations? → Read More

Local employers pledge to hire 5,000 teen workers this summer

Dozens of local employers, including Domino's Pizza, Denny's and the Houston Zoo, have pledged to hire some 5,000 young adults during the summer season. → Read More

Middlelands dance festival kicks off on RenFest grounds

A first of its kind music festival kicked off Friday night on the grounds of the Texas Renaissance Festival. Middlelands 2017 mixes electronic dance music with a renaissance/medieval theme. → Read More

Hundreds of birds found dead in Galveston

Hundreds of migratory birds were found dead after an entire flock crashed into the American National Insurance building at One Moody Plaza. → Read More

Suspect dies after EMS injects him with sedative

Deputies say Jeronimo Zamora Jr ., 46, stopped breathing in an ambulance after EMS crews injected him with a sedative to calm him down. → Read More

Police warn about possible fake cop in Montgomery County

Police in Montgomery County are on the lookout for a man who may be impersonating an officer. → Read More

Man arrested after wild police chase in Pasadena

PASADENA, Texas - A suspected drunk driver led police on a wild chase Saturday evening before crashing into a patrol car. → Read More

Hundreds attend 'March for Science' in downtown Houston

HOUSTON -- Hundreds on people took part in the March for Science in Downtown Houston on Saturday. → Read More

HCSO: Woman shot, killed boyfriend during domestic dispute

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas - Detectives say a woman confessed to shooting and killing her boyfriend during a domestic dispute in northeast Harris County Friday evening. → Read More

Local feed store targeted by animal-stealing burglars

Criminals have been repeatedly breaking into the Wabash Feed and Garden store and stealing one of iconic shop's most popular items: live animals. → Read More

Verify: AR-15 Raffled for New Caney School Charity

A concerned parent asked us to look into a flyer advertising an AR-15 semi-automatic riffle being raffled off to raise money for Project Graduation, a charity supporting New Caney ISD students. → Read More

Thousands raised for HPD officers shot in the line of duty

Thousands of people came out to help raise money for the families of two Houston Police officers shot in the line of duty. → Read More