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ABOUT CELLAR 24:

Cellar twenty four is your neighborhood wine bar with a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Whether you are stopping by for a glass of wine, meeting a group of old friends or making new ones, this place is for you!

We offer an ever changing selection of boutique, high quality wines that can be taken home to enjoy or opened in-house. Additionally, C24 has wines by the glass, craft beers and a fun menu with small bites that include: pizza, cheese plates, bruschetta, hummus and chocolates, plus fresh appetizers are added all the time!

C24 has daily specials that include half off wines by the glass, no corkage fees, wine tastings, and live music!

If you are looking for a party, either on-site or off premise, contact our C24 staff and we’ll be happy to help you! We love meeting new people and sharing our love of unique wines!

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ABOUT HONOR WINE:

Our goal is to work in harmony and respect for the human spirit that endures in our US military and their families. We are committed to supporting and celebrating those that have served or are serving, and dedicated to the continued growth and development of our Brothers and Sisters in uniform by providing a premium wine selection in Honor of them. With every glass of Honor that is raised, we also raise and commemorate all those who proudly serve our country.

Link: http://www.honorwinery.com/OurMission

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Some Houston employees of AT&T have taken to social media to complain.

Those workers say they have been subjected to a building with mold and it’s making them sick.

Some employees have even sported surgical masks to work at the facility located at 3900 Dacoma so they won’t breathe in the mold.
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A spokesperson for AT&T issued this statement to the Factor:

The small, unused area of the building where non-toxic mold was discovered was completely closed off several days ago to avoid any contact with employees or the rest of the building. We’ve been working with licensed remediation experts and have been in contact with OSHA, which reviewed and accepted our remediation plan.  

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At 6 p.m. TODAY (Thursday, September 25), members of the Houston Police Department’s DWI Task Force will teach 30 Citizens’ Police Academy members about the dangers of driving while intoxicated and how the department conducts DWI investigations. 

Media wishing to attend this evening’s class should meet in the parking lot at 33 Artesian, behind the Central Police Station at 61 Riesner.

The citizens are in the third week of a 10-week course in which they learn how HPD officers handle investigations, patrols and dangerous situations.

The Citizens’ Police Academy, in its 25th year (organized in 1989), is designed to give citizens from all walks of life a working knowledge of how HPD operates, and stresses the importance of their involvement in preventing and fighting crime in their neighborhoods.       

                   

WHAT:    HPD DWI Task Force to Educate Citizens’ Police Academy Members

DATE:      TODAY (Thursday, September 25)

TIME:       6 p.m.

WHERE:   33 Artesian (behind the Central Police Station at 61 Riesner) 

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Tyler Dunman

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Kelly Blackburn

District Attorney Brett Ligon has selected two prosecutors in his office to fill the roles of Bureau Chiefs, effective October 1, 2014.  Mr. Kelly Blackburn will become the Trial Bureau Chief and Mr. Tyler Dunman will become the Specialized Prosecution Bureau Chief. 

Currently, both Blackburn and Dunman are Chief Prosecutors in the office.   

The Trial Bureau is comprised of four felony District Courts, three misdemeanor County Courts at Law, and five Justice of the Peace Courts. 

There are roughly 25 prosecutors assigned to this division, along with 20 investigators and support staff.  

The Trial Bureau handles the prosecution of all felony and misdemeanor cases, ranging from Capital Murder to traffic citations. 

Kelly Blackburn is currently assigned as the Chief Public Integrity Prosecutor and he has been at the District Attorney’s since 2010. 

Prior to joining this office, Blackburn spent nine years as an Assistant District Attorney in Harris County, Texas, and two years as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas.    The Specialized Prosecution Bureau is comprised of five separate divisions, including the Family Protection Division (Child Abuse & Family Violence), the Civil Litigation & White Collar Crime Division, the Internet Crimes Against Children Division, the Major Offenders Division, and the Vehicular Crimes Division. 

There are roughly 15 prosecutors assigned to this division, along with 8 investigators and support staff. 

The Specialized Prosecution Bureau handles the prosecution of all types of offenses, including Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Possession of Child Pornography, White Collar theft and fraud cases, bank robberies, major narcotics trafficking, and Intoxication Manslaughters. 

Tyler Dunman is currently assigned as the Chief Prosecutor in the 359th District Court and he has worked at the District Attorney’s Office since 2007.  Prior to joining the office, Dunman served as a Briefing Attorney on the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas.   

District Attorney Brett Ligon: “I am very excited to promote Kelly and Tyler into these two very important leadership positions within this office. 

I firmly believe that we have one of the most talented and professional offices in the State of Texas and I have tasked the leadership in this office to continue to maintain that status.  Both of these gentlemen are known throughout the office and legal community as professional prosecutors who place the integrity of this office and the pursuit of justice as its cornerstone.”

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The first Isiah Factor Uncensored….41 year old woman uses her 9 year old daughter to sell cocaine in Waller County… Investigators also say she rented the little girl out for $10 dances with drunk men at local nightclub…exclusive on the Factor!

IT’S A STORY WE FIRST BROKE ON THE ISIAH FACTOR UNCENSORED TODAY…A MOTHER ACCUSED OF TEACHING HER DAUGHTER TO SELL DRUGS….AND THAT’S NOT ALL.

41 YEAR OLD SYLVIA TIJERINA HAS BEEN BOOKED ON DRUG AND CHILD ENDANGERMENT CHARGES IN WALLER COUNTY.

PROSECUTORS SAY SHE USED HER 9 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER TO SELL COCAINE OUTSIDE A HEMPSTEAD NIGHTCLUB.

THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY THERE ALSO SAYS THE WOMAN ALSO RENTED HER DAUGHTER OUT FOR ANOTHER PURPOSE.

Elton Mathis is the District Attorney in Waller. He says, “Sylvia or like she likes to be called La Pantera was allowing her daughter to dance with intoxicated patrons at the club I believe for $10 a pop.”

Waller County Narcotics investigator Captain Brian Cantrell was outraged by the arrest. He says,
“I’ll be Frank once I saw the video as a father it really upset me and discourage me that this mother placed this child in a dangerous situation in the middle of a drug deal.”

MATHIS SAYS CHILDREN PROTECTIVE SERVICES IS ALSO INVESTIGATING THE CASE AND THE PANTHER IS BEING HELD ON A 100-THOUSAND DOLLAR BOND.

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A Houston mother sent me an email asking me to get out information about a blood drive this weekend. Megann Lundquist says her daughter Katelynn Jones was diagnosed with a blood disease in April. As a result the Prairie View A&M College student has undergone blood transfusions every four weeks. To help address the need for blood Lundquist is having a blood drive. Her note is below and make sure you get involved with the effort to save lives.

Email:

Hi Isiah.

I’m having a blood drive this Saturday in honor of my daughter Katelynn who came down with a blood disorder in April.  She is a freshman at Prairie View and is receiving blood transfusions every 4 weeks. I will have food, drinks, dj and serval artist from Houston to support us Saturday.  I would like you to come out and join us and tell the city we need  blood donors.  It is from 2 to 6pm.

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One has been found guilty while another gets at least an extra month to mount his defense.

That’s the latest in the criminal case involving two former Conroe Independent School District employees.

They were intially arrested in 2013 for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

According to court records and criminal indictments former Conroe ISD police officer Christopher Sutton and Conroe ISD contract sports referee Brian Ortiz both had sex with a male student who attended Caney Creek High School.

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Ortiz was set to go to trial this week but the case was reset for November.

In the meantime, Montgomery County First Assistant District Attorney Phil Grant says Sutton was found guilty in his case earlier this month.

Sutton has also filed the paperwork to appeal his conviction.

Investigators say the high school student was 18 at the time of the sexual encounter and they all met using an online dating web app.