Long lines on first day of early voting in Houston area due to glitches, overwhelming numbers of voters
HOUSTON – Waiting was the word of the day on the first day of early voting in Harris County. At some Fort Bend County polling locations, technical issues were the problem. The Chasewood Community Center Clubhouse in Missouri City was one of numerous Fort Bend polling spots that had computer issues. George said they will extend voting hours to 7 p.m. through Saturday to accommodate today’s glitches. READ: Poll hours extended after technical glitch causes widespread early-voting problems in Fort Bend CountyKPRC 2 Reporter Cathy Hernandez contributed to this report.
LIST: This is where Houstonians say they get the best cream-filled doughnuts in our area
HOUSTON – Who can resist a delicious cream-filled doughnut? Whether you enjoy chocolate cream, vanilla creme or even Bavarian creme, the possibilities with these doughnuts are endless. To find the best places, we asked our KPRC 2 social media followers for their recommendations on where to score the best of these sweet treats in the Houston area. Here’s where they said the best are made in our area:Classic Donuts (8409 Beechnut, Houston)Best Donuts (1730 Williams Trace Blvd, Sugar Land)Shipley Do-Nuts (multiple locations)Donut Licious (1535 Spring Cypress, Spring)Donut Hole (multiple locations)Dillon Donuts (10527 FM 1764, Santa Fe)Know any others that we should add to the list? Let us know in the comments below!
Shooting leaves man dead at west Houston strip mall
Shooting leaves man dead at west Houston strip mallA mask-wearing Houston police officer investigates a deadly shooting in the 9800 block of Beechnut on Friday, March 27, 2020. A mask-wearing Houston police officer investigates a deadly shooting in the 9800 block of Beechnut on Friday, March 27, 2020. Photo: Jay R. Jordan / Houston Chronicle Photo: Jay R. Jordan / Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Shooting leaves man dead at west Houston strip mall 1 / 18 Back to GalleryPolice are investigating a deadly shooting Friday morning at a west Houston strip mall parking lot. Witnesses told detectives that the two began shooting at each other around 9:30 a.m., according to Houston Police Department Sgt. Jay R. Jordan covers breaking news in the Houston area.chron.com
HCSO makes arrest 10 months after 77-year-old woman raped
Investigators say it shows the rapist enter the facility on Oct. 1, 2018 around 8 p.m.Authorities say the man in the video is 29-year-old Bryan Arellano Monasterio. He covered the victim's peep hole before making his way inside her apartment. On so many levels, this is such an egregious assault," McFaden said.Monasterio was indicted on two counts of aggravated sexual assault of an elderly person and one count of aggravated robbery of an elderly person. "To the person out there, I use the term person loosely. She says her mother has developed health problems since the assault.abc13.com
HPD makes arrest 10 months after 77-year-old woman raped
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Police have made an arrest 10 months after they say a 77-year-old woman was brutally raped in a southwest Houston living facility.Authorities have been looking for the suspect seen on video from inside a living facility in the 13800 block of Canyon Hill Drive in the Beechnut area. Investigators say it shows the rapist enter the facility on Oct. 1, 2018 around 8 p.m.Police say the man in the video is 29-year-old Bryan Arellano Monasterio. He covered the victim's peep hole before making his way inside her apartment. Police say he then dragged the woman to the bedroom, raped her, stole her money, and fled the facility.In an emotional news conference in Oct., Jaling Bonnem said her mother was attacked, but she's a survivor. "To the person out there, I use the term person loosely.abc13.com