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  • Clear Creek kept its playoff hopes alive by taking a win over Clear Brook Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Jeremiah Crum scored on a yard run late in the first period for a Wildcat lead before the Wolverines By Ted Dunnam
  • Clear Falls found a way to keep Clear Springs from making too many big plays in the second half to take a victory Friday night in a District A football game at Challenger Columbia Stadium. It was the first-ever win for Clear Falls By Ted Dunnam
  • Clear Creek ISD trustees have approved the district's lowest property tax rate in three decades. The new rate to $ per $ valuation represents a drop of cents. The district has lowered the tax rate cents over the last five years. By Carissa D. Lamkahouan
  • Calendar for Bay Area/northern Brazoria County includes unveiling of student art on Richey Street in Pasadena and the Alvin Community College’s first indoor concert in nearly two years By Jennifer James
  • One victory was all it took for the Friendswood football team to absorb the message that there’s still time for a playoff push. With a win over Baytown Sterling last Friday, Friendswood heightened its District A standing while also By Ted Dunnam
  • The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds jet team turned heads when it arrived at Ellington Airport Thursday in advance of the Wings Over Houston Airshow, which is scheduled for Oct. By Kirk Sides
  • Bay Area briefs for 10/13 Bay Area Citizen edition By Jennifer James
  • An official with The Rose hopes her own experience with breast cancer at age 41 alerts women to the need to to get mammograms. By Yvette Orozco
  • After passing the $1 million mark last year, the Pasadena ISD Komen Campaign to raise funds against breast cancer has 3, orders for its latest T-shirt. By Don Maines
  • Clear Creek rallied from a deficit in the fourth set to take a , , , win over Brazoswood Tuesday night in a District A volleyball match. The Lady Buccaneers also led the fourth set, , before the By Ted Dunnam

Man accidentally shot by friend while celebrating Astros win, HPD says

A group of people told officers they would "dry fire" their guns when a run was scored, according to Houston police. One man forgot to unload his gun on the last Astros' score of the game.


Mother with year-old boy with COVID on life support forced to make tough decision

"She's going to end up letting him go because that's the most humane and compassionate thing she can do for her child."


Man dragged during convenience store carjacking, HPD says

DO YOU KNOW HIM? This man has been wanted since late September for a robbery that occurred at a convenience store on Chimney Rock.



Video of shootout released that killed senior officer, shooter used illegally modified gun, HPD says

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- More than three weeks after a veteran police officer and a wanted felon were shot and killed, Houston police have released body camera footage of the violent incident. On the morning of Sept. 20, HPD Senior Officer William "Bill" Jeffrey and Sgt. Michael Vance were part


Judge has 8 defendants freed from jail with multiple bonds who’ve allegedly gone on to kill someone

HOUSTON - The first $5, th Criminal District Court Judge Hillary Unger gave year-old Marquice Wear was for the felony charge of engaging in organized criminal activity. "He was part of what a lot of people in Houston are now going through catalytic converter stealing," said Andy Kahan with Crime


WATCH: Monster Bull Shark Searches for Lunch in Crazy Video from Texas

Have you ever seen a hungry bull shark searching for its lunch? We hadn’t until late last week when a video of it happening blew up on social media. That’s right — a video out of Florida surfaced on Facebook last week showing a bull shark searching for some lunch. The insane recording was captured by Galveston, Texas, resident Blake Becks. It shows the bull shark casually making its way through the shallow waters.



Tupps Brewery Expands to Houston

MCKINNEY, Texas – TUPPS Brewery, one of the top 10 independently-owned craft breweries in the state of Texas, expands its innovative portfolio of beers to the city of Houston this month. Since opening its doors in , TUPPS has grown at an exponential rate throughout North Texas, Austin, San Antonio, East Texas, West Texas including El Paso, Lubbock, Abilene and Amarillo as well as into Oklahoma. Adding Houston to its distribution list is just the next step in accomplishing the company’s goal of providing the best tasting, quality beer to the entire state of Texas.


Sharing the history of cider and how it’s brewed, plus some interesting flavors perfect for the fall

HOUSTON – Not a beer person, wine personor a hard liquor person? Sometimes beverage decisions can feel limited. Hard cider has always been a refreshing option, and over the last few years has gained quite the popularity!. If you’re looking for that cold, crisp taste, ciders can be the perfect


Stearman Santa at the Lone Star Flight Museum

Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM) welcomes Santa Claus, who is giving his reindeer a break and visiting on the museum’s PT Stearman on select Saturdays in December. Visitors can watch Santa arrive on the museum’s ramp and taxi to LSFM, where he will meet with local kiddos. Santa arrives at



Houston Chronicle

United Airlines adds 7 nonstop flights from Texas to vacation destinations

COVID is still a thing, but United Airlines is betting big that Americans will still travel this winter. The airline just announced a slew of new routes to popular destinations across the country, including adding seven new Texas-to-Florida routes. United detailed its winter schedule in an October 7 release, which


Houston Chronicle

Houston TV anchors Lisa Hernandez, Mayra Moreno and Owen Conflenti show off the magic of rescue dogs

Lisa Hernandez’s pack is deep: four dogs, two kids and a husband. “I have a crazy job, and I go home to all this love. It’s my sanctuary, says the KPRC-TV (Channel 2) morning anchor. “My house is a mess, but it’s all love. It’s my therapy.”. There are people


4 unique burgers to try in Sugar Land and Missouri City

If you are looking for a burger outside of the typical fast food option look no further: We are featuring 4 burger restaurants with a variety of unique options on their menu. Guru Burger features a variety of specialty burgers including the JJ Watt burger, ukelele burger, hart stopper burger and more. One of their specialty burgers, the ukelele burger features an angus patty, hickory smoked ham, swiss cheese, grilled pineapple, lettuce, tomatoes and a fried egg.



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Raising Cane's puts Texas corporate staffers to work as fry cooks and cashiers

Raising Cane's, a Baton Rouge-based national chain of chicken finger restaurants, is putting half of its corporate staff to work as fry cooks and cashiers during an industry-wide shortage of employees. The restaurant announced the policy, first reported by Bloomberg, earlier this week. The company is hoping to hire 10,


Houston Chronicle

Retail wrap: Willie's Grill & Ice House, Misfit Outpost, Aloha Poke Co. ink new locations

Aloha Poke Co. announced the opening of its first Texas location in Fairfield Town Center at Highway in Cypress. Husband and wife team Amanda and Corey Tabb of Cypress are the franchisees. Since starting as a food stall in downtown Chicago’s French Market in , Aloha Poke has grown to 17 locations in the U.S. The chain plans 10 additional location in the Houston area.


Texas Monthly

The Carnitas Revolution Is Coming

For the last three years or so, the hottest trend in the taco world has been birria de res, a Jalisco, Mexico, import that traveled to the Lone Star State by way of California. Hundreds, if not thousands, of restaurants and trucks now offer a vast array of iterations of the consommé-dipped preparation, which has even made it into ramen and wontons. I’ve followed the birria boom since its inception, and now I’m seeing (and tasting) evidence that another taco revolution is starting to simmer across the state. It’s a dish you’ve likely heard of, one that has been served in Texas for more than a century. You may not have had the real thing, though, since preparing it right requires serious skill, knowledge, and time. I’m talking, of course, about carnitas.


Family-Owned Nirmanz Food Boutique Is Houston’s Hidden Gem

The Bayou City is a foodie’s paradise, so much that it serves as a tourist attraction within itself. While there's countless options to choose for a Houston transplant or the weekend visitor, overlooked restaurants are among the best in the city. With no surprise, mainstream acclaim and high notoriety spots make it to many "best restaurant" list, but what about the neighborhood eatery serving authentic cuisine and one-of-a-kind cocktails? These are the unique entities cultivating culture and character in one of the nation’s most diverse cities, and Nirmanz Food Boutique is on that list.


Mother and son find savory success after job loss by opening Tex-Mex BBQ joint in Houston’s East End

HOUSTON – Every rain cloud has a silver lining, and that was the case for Alfredo Martinez and his mom Teresa. After both losing their jobs, the mother and son team came together to start a tasty new journey: El Pobre Tex-Mex BBQ. Now, the duo can be found cooking delicious Tex-Mex barbecue in Houston’s East End District, serving each plate with southern comfort style and their traditional family flavors.


3rd Annual Galveston Island Brewing 5K Beer Run

The Galveston Island Brewing 5K Beer Run is scheduled for Saturday, October 9, beginning at AM at Stewart Road. This exciting 5K will begin and end at Stewart Road. Participants will proceed west on Stewart Road to 85th Street, south on 85th Street to Seawall Blvd (south sidewalk) and west before completing a U-Turn and returning the same way. Modified traffic lanes will allow vehicular traffic to remain open in both directions on Stewart Road. A police officer will be stationed at 85th & Seawall to assist with participants crossing safely and vehicles traveling on Seawall, during the anticipated 1-hour event.


Houston Chronicle

6 better places to get a pumpkin spice latte in Houston besides Starbucks

Fall is here, even if Houston's weather hasn't quite got the message yet, and our coffee shops are fully embracing the marker of the season that is the inescapable flavor of pumpkin spice. Starbucks' lines start getting longer every fall when they bring back the pumpkin spice latte (or PSL,


Houston Chronicle

Plant these shrubs, including American beautyberry, for fall color in Houston

American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana) is one of those shrubs that goes unnoticed until bright purple berries adorn the lengths of its limbs, and then, it is hard to miss. It is not very often that we see such vibrant, concentrated color in nature. Whether we use the term purple or



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Mary Earline Billiot McCoy, 73, a native and resident of Houma, La., passed away peacefully on Sunday September 12, Visitation will be observed from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, at Jones Funeral Home chapel, S. Hollywood Road, Houma, La.,


Julie A. Marzano

Julie A. Marzano,73, of Webster, TX, formerly of Watertown, passed away August 16, , at Hospice of Jefferson County at the Ellis Farm. Among her survivors are her brothers, Ralph (June) Marzano and Ric Marzano, and a sister Linda Tysarczyk.

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Woman Sentenced to 45 Years for Aggravated Kidnapping of Her Family Member

On Monday, August 2, , in the 9th District Court of Montgomery County, Texas, with Judge Phil Grant presiding, a jury found the defendant, Delia Gualdina Velasquez, 50, guilty of Aggravated Kidnapping. Following her conviction, the jury sentenced the defendant to 45 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Woman Sentenced to 45 Years for Aggravated Kidnapping of Her Family Member

Eh, even a pity. If only someone would notice at least once. Okay, let them continue to think of me as a goody.

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She was dressed in a blue, with short sleeves, a straight sundress made of satin, gathered in a small fold on the back and sides. She looks thirty-seven, forty, brown-haired with black eyes. Without a headscarf, hair is gathered in a braid, face is oval, nose is straight, lips are full, corners are raised (I saw all this later).

Noticing us, she stopped and nodded her head.

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She shuddered and looked at me. I thought I would get a slap in the face now, at least. But to my surprise, my mother-in-law's hand made her way under the covers and began to gently stroke my penis.

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So, without any resistance, only with a heavy sigh from the head lowered low. Deeper, down to the eggs, so that she feels like she is completely planted, like a butterfly on a pin. Poor girl, but such is the fate of beautiful young female asses - to be admired, crumpled in their hands, spanked and fucked to the.

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