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JOIN MIKE AT THE HURRICANE TOWN HALL MEETING!

ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEXT BIG ONE!

You are cordially invited to attend a Hurricane Preparedness- Education Town Hall hosted by

Fort Bend Citizens for Action and Awareness and in partnership with The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management, and CenterPoint Energy. The purpose of the town hall is to educate citizens on hurricane season and provide helpful tips on hurricane preparedness. There will be presentations and discussions on the role of the Fort Bend OEM, power restoration efforts by CenterPoint Energy, and weather phenomena by FOX 26 News meteorologist, Mike Iscovitz.

Details of the time and location of the event are below:

What: Hurricane Preparedness Education Town Hall

When: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 6:30- 8:30 p.m.

Where: M. R. Massey Building FB MUD #23 1570 Rabb Road Fresno, Texas 77545 (Teal Run Subdivision)

For more information on the Hurricane Preparedness – Education Town Hall, please contact:

Fort Bend Citizens for Action and Awareness (FBCAA) www.fbcaanow.org

Questions can be directed to fbcaacsecretary@fbcaanow.org

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WARNING: THIS COULD MAKE YOU THROW UP!

A MOTHER WHO FORCED HER CHILD TO EAT WHAT WAS IN THE GIRL’S DIAPER!

The case is almost inconceivable: Austin police have charged a 23-year-old mother with repeatedly feeding her 3-year-old daughter her own waste. Emily Beth McDonald is free on bond after a surveillance camera at Dell Children’s Medical Center caught her placing waste from her daughter’s diaper in her feeding tube Sunday. The girl’s been hospitalized for serious infections caused by bacteria found in feces. McDonald faces up to life in prison if convicted.

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POLICE BELIEVE A HOUSE FIRE WAS STARTED TO COVER UP A MURDER!

ONE BODY WAS FOUND INSIDE!

 

A house fire in northeast Houston is now being investigated as a possible homicide.

Houston firefighters were called to a home at Manitou and McCarty about 11 p.m. Wednesday.

Once the fire was put out, firefighters found a victim inside. They say the body was burned so badly they could not tell if it was male or female.

Investigators had reason to believe the fire was intentionally set.

“They talked to a couple witnesses, and we went ahead and called HPD out here,” said HFD Dep. Chief Herman Gonzalez. “Part of this is suspicious.”

Investigators say it may take some time to identify the victim.