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No Amnesty

Posted on · The city of Houston Municipal Courts and the Houston Police will join neighboring agencies and participate in this year's Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Scofflaws are encouraged to resolve the matter and avoid being arrested at home, school or at work. Pat Hernandez has more.

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Court Back in Session

Posted on · Court is back in session. A computer virus forced Houston Municipal Courts to shut down the past week but the problem seems to be fixed and business is back to normal. Bill Stamps has the story.

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Obey the Law for Safety’s Sake

Posted on · Motorists are being reminded about a law that protects peace officers during traffic stops on the freeway. Next week citations will be issued to violators. Pat Hernandez has more.

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Window Etching Stops Car Theft

Posted on · Houston Police and Triple-A Texas are joining forces in a program they hope will reduce car thefts. They'll etch your car's VIN number on your car windows, for free, as Jim Bell reports.

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Plight of Crime Victims No Longer Ignored

Posted on · Crime victims have a friend in the new Harris County District Attorney. Pat Lykos promised in her campaign last year that the office will be champions for the victims of crime. Pat Hernandez tells us that the victims witness division has been renamed the victims' rights division.

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Reward Offered for Help Finding Dogfighters

Posted on · Last November the Harris County Sheriff's Department teamed up with other law enforcement to make what they call the biggest dog fighting bust in the country. Authorities says some members of that ring are still at large. They believe other dog fighting rings are still operating in the Houston area but have yet to be caught. So, they're asking for the publics help. Bill Stamps explains.

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How to Fight Pirates

Posted on · Pirates have recently emerged from history books to breaking news and the question people often ask is why aren't ships crews armed? To find out Rod Rice spoke with a local maritime expert.

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Deer Smugglers Go to Prison

Posted on · A Texas man and a Minnesota man have been sent to prison for transporting wild deer across state lines. You may not have known that is illegal, but it is, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department takes it very seriously, as Jim Bell reports.

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Avoid Car Break-Ins

Posted on · It is one of the highest occurring crimes in Houston every two minutes, a vehicle is burglarized in Texas and its contents stolen. These crimes escalate during the holiday season, but they can be prevented. Pat Hernandez has the story.