Houston police dropped unconscious woman on her head at Astroworld tragedy

Texas 11/09/21, 17:23

First responders were caught dropping an injured music festivalgoer on Nov. 5. A security guard, police officers, and one male civilian let an unconscious woman fall off a stretcher and land on her head at the Houston Astroworld Festival. A video that has since gone viral on the internet shows they struggled ...

Rapper Travis Scott sued for inciting crowd at deadly Astroworld Festival

Texas 11/08/21, 17:17

A celebrity might have to answer for his controversial decision to invite a Houston crowd onto stage, on Nov. 5. Travis Scott has been sued for $1 million. Houston Astroworld Festivalgoer Kristian Paredes claims the rapper "incited the crowd" and both Live Nation Entertainment Inc. and Harris County Sports and Convention ...

Texas plane crash and fire: 21 passengers and crew miraculously survive

Texas 10/19/21, 21:05

On Tuesday, Oct. 19, a twin-engine MD-87 aircraft carrying 21 passengers went down some 40 miles to the west of Houston near an airport. According to officials, no one onboard the craft was seriously hurt despite the crash landing and ensuing fire. Local officials report that all passengers and crew safely ...

Most prominent megachurch to return $4.4M in PPP loans

Texas 10/11/21, 05:40

Joel Osteen, a celebrity preacher of the country's biggest megachurches, will refund $4.4 million in COVID-19 catastrophe loans intended for small firms in PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loans. In December 2020, the church's expenditures were scrutinized—Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, has 368 full-time and part-time staffers, making it the country's most prominent megachurch. Some ...

More than 100 employees sue Texas hospital for forcing them to get vaccinated

News 05/29/21, 18:44

More than 100 employees of a Texas hospital have filed a lawsuit against their employer at a Texas hospital for requiring them to be vaccinated against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus with one of the experimental injections in circulation. The lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital was filed Friday by a ...

Missing Houston tiger found safe after nearly a week and moved to wildlife sanctuary

U.S. 05/16/21, 20:44

A Bengal tiger missing for a week in Houston was discovered safe and healthy and relocated to an animal preservation reserve. “The tiger appears to be in very good health,” Houston Police Department (HPD) Commander Ron Borza said at a news conference on Saturday, May 15. https://twitter.com/houstonpolice/status/1393738103425208323?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1393738103425208323%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fnypost.com%2F2021%2F05%2F16%2Fmissing-houston-tiger-found-safe-will-go-to-sanctuary%2F In a clip released by the ...

China vows retaliation to the US over embassy closure in Houston

China 07/23/20, 01:54

The Chinese Consulate in Houston was ordered by the United States on Tuesday, July 21, to close within three days, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has reacted with fury. In what it has labeled an “unprecedented escalation,” Beijing promised on Wednesday, to retaliate. According to a senior U.S. official, The ...

17-year-old shot in hotel parking lot in west Houston

U.S. 06/24/19, 20:10

A 17-year-old was shot in a hotel parking lot Sunday in west Houston, according to ABC13. The incident happened about 8:30 p.m Sunday, June 23, near the Beltway and Richmond Avenue. The teenager was hit when he was walking through the hotel parking lot, detectives said. Someone in a car in the parking ...

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