Share Tweet Email crime Share: Share Tweet Email Share: Share Tweet Email KTRK By Jessica Willey HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- For the second time in less than two months, a body was found at a southeast Houston body shop."This really got to me again," said George Fontenot of Fontenot's Body Shop on Calhoun near Yellowstone. "It's happening again. It's a hurting thing, I'll just put it that way. It's hurting."Fontenot said he found a woman's body Tuesday lying next to his building.Two months ago, while he was on his daily check of his property, Fontenot discovered another woman's body, later identified as 56-year-old Margaret Stewart.RELATED: Killer on the loose after woman found dead at body shopEMBED >More News VideosWHO KILLED MARGARET? Police need tips after a woman's body was found behind a southeast Houston body shop.Police have not identified Tuesday's victim, and was only described as a black female in her 30's. … [Read more...] about Second woman found dead at southeast Houston body shop
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Share Tweet Email Weather Share: Share Tweet Email EMBED <> More Videos <iframe width="476" height="267" src="https://abc13.com/video/embed/?pid=23374" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Share: Share Tweet Email KTRK HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of southeast Texas until 7 p.m. Saturday. IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Check bayou and rainfall levels The threat for heavy rainfall will continue through Saturday with the front stalled out, the active jet stream overhead, and a constant flow of moisture coming in from the Gulf. Swollen rivers, creeks, and bayous will flood if the heavy rain falls over the same locations repeatedly. Street flooding will also be fairly common. Pay close attention to the forecast and our updates this week. EMBED >More News VideosFlash Flood Warning until 4:30 a.m. Check the weather in your neighborhood with the free … [Read more...] about Houston Weather: Flash Flood Watch through Saturday at 7 p.m.
Tali Arbel AP Technology Writer Published 12:50 PM EDT May 9, 2019 New York – Free services let you watch thousands of movies and TV shows online, but using them feels like wandering through a low-rent, digital version of Blockbuster (RIP). Reality TV, long-forgotten “classics” and movies that never made it to theaters – these are the types of lackluster shows and movies you’ll find for free. But finding gems in the junk, like the original “Roseanne,” can give you a treasure-hunting rush. Unfortunately, websites and apps for many of the services have poor designs and search capabilities – not conducive to finding those gems. An outside search aid such as Roku, Reelgood, Decider and JustWatch can help scan multiple services to see which ones have the titles you want. Once you find something to watch, you’ll have to put up with commercials. You’ll get fewer ads compared with traditional TV channels. But online ad breaks … [Read more...] about Free video streaming offers some gems
CARDIFFAda Harris inventors to compete in San JoseTen fifth-graders from Ada Harris School will be heading to San Jose on Saturday to compete in the annual California Invention Convention. All fifth-graders in the school were asked to come up with an invention that provides a solution to a real issue. The students built prototypes and displays to present their inventions to parents and a panel of judges, who chose their 10 favorites. Among them: a comforting stuffed animal dubbed “Sleep Lightly,” designed to ease stress and promote sleep; an idea for a smart digital watch called “The Third Ear,” designed to display American Sign Language to help communicate with deaf children; and “Phobia Fixer,” a digital app to help people of all ages cope with phobias. The top picks from the convention will compete in the STEMIE Coalition’s fourth annual K-12 National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo in May in Dearborn, Mich. Visit … [Read more...] about North County School News, April 11
By Elaine Ayala Published 2:11 pm CST, Thursday, January 31, 2019 Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller invoked the language of the Catholic Mass as he made the first major public accounting of the scope of the church’s sexual abuse crisis in area parishes, saying it was “truly right and just” for the Archdiocese of San Antonio to name the priests credibly accused. The report, posted online just before 2 p.m. categorizes allegations by the decade in which the abuse allegedly occurred. It lists priests by name, the number of accusations against them, details which parishes they were assigned to, and provides a brief explanation of when the allegations were made and when the abuse allegedly occurred. Some of the priests had been previously exposed — a small number of them served prison terms — but through the decades, church officials handled most of the accusations away from public scrutiny. García-Siller took to the airwaves with an … [Read more...] about San Antonio archbishop goes on TV to release report on accused priests