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Mass Murder Victim Buried

Posted on · He has no name but he's finally been laid to rest. One of the last two unidentified victims of a 1970s serial killer has been buried at the Harris County Cemetery. They were two of the 28-young men whose bodies were unearthed around Houston more than 30 years ago. Pat Hernandez has the story.

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Speed could be a Factor in Fatal Accident

Posted on · Famed Houston Attorney John O'Quinn and another man were killed this morning after their SUV slammed into a tree on Allen Parkway. He made a lot of his fortune in personal injury cases. He leaves a legacy through various causes, including at his alma mater, the University of Houston. Pat Hernandez has more.

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Pasadena Police Officer Killed

Posted on · A Pasadena police officer is dead this evening. Police say twenty-nine year old Jesse Hamilton was responding to a domestic disturbance early this morning when shots were fired. Bill Stamps has more.

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Remembering Walter Cronkite

Posted on · Walter Cronkite — "the Dean of American Journalism" — has died at the age of 92. Cronkite started his career in Houston, and during his long career in television, he earned the title of "Most Trusted Man in the World." Jim Bell has more.

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Slain Houston Police Officer Remembered

Posted on · Thousands packed a south Houston church today to say goodbye to a Houston police officer killed in the line of duty last week. Forty-two year old Henry Canales was killed while working an undercover operation. Bill Stamps has more on the emotional farewell.

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Famous Houston Actress Dies

Posted on · Funeral arrangements are pending for Gale Storm, a Houston actress and singer who became one of early television's biggest stars. Storm died over the weekend at age 87. Jim Bell reports.

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Undercover HPD Officer Shot and Killed

Posted on · Houston law enforcement is mourning the loss of one of their own this evening. Last night an HPD officer was shot and killed during an undercover operation. Bill Stamps has more on the shooting and reaction from some who knew him.

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Working With the Terminally Ill

Posted on · It's something most people don't want to think about. But it's a situation millions of Americans face each year — what to do with a loved one who is seriously ill. For many locals, the Houston Hospice is the answer. As Bill Stamps reports, families see the workers as angels.

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Gone but Not Forgotten

Posted on · Hundreds pay tribute to Captain James Harlow and rookie Damion Hobbs. The two Houston firefighters died in the line of duty Easter Sunday. The tribute drew colleagues from near and far. They joined the Houston Fire Department and the city in saying goodbye. Pat Hernandez has the story.

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Firefighters’ Deaths Stun Community

Posted on · Houston continues to mourn the loss of two firefighters who died fighting a house fire early Easter morning. As investigators look into the cause of the blaze and loss of life, the community is dealing with the tragedy as best they can. Bill Stamps has the story.

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Saying Goodbye to Susana

Posted on · The funeral for kidnapping and murder victim Susana de Jesus took place today at St. Luke's Catholic Church. Bill Stamps was there and has this report.

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Quentin Mease Passes Away

Posted on · Funeral arrangements are pending for Quentin Mease, a Houston civil rights pioneer who died Tuesday at the age of 100. Many people say Mease helped the civil rights movement get started in Houston, by giving the activists a place to meet. Jim Bell reports.

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Tinsley’s Legacy: The Greening of Houston

Posted on · A true servant of the people has died. Longtime Houston Councilwoman Eleanor Tinsley is being remembered as a champion for the environment, from removing billboards to the development of parks and green space. Pat Hernandez has the story.