E!’s hit reality show, ‘The Bradshaw Brunch’
Thursday on Houston Life, join us at our new time, 1:00 p.m. Chef Noah Hester from E!’s hit reality show, ‘The Bradshaw Brunch’ and son-in-law of legendary Hall of Hamer Terry Bradshaw is joining us for some tailgating! For more information go to: Chef Noah Hester - Catering & Private Chef Services
League City, police officer sued in man’s 2019 shooting death
LEAGUE CITY, Texas – The family of a man who was shot four times and killed during an interaction with police in 2019 have filed a lawsuit against League City and the League City police officer who shot him. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, Galveston Division, claims excessive deadly force, unlawful seizure/detention, failure to provide medical care, wrongful death, survival action, municipal liability and indemnification, or monetary loss. The lawsuit claims that Patrick Bradshaw and League City are responsible for Matthew Krupar’s death after police responded to his home in the 6500 block of Turner Field on Dec. 11, 2019. The lawsuit claims that Krupar was unarmed and was experiencing a mental health issue at the time officers arrived and was “unable to harm anyone, especially trained officers.” Krupar died after Officer Patrick shot him four times, according to the lawsuit. Houston attorney Dax F. Garza is representing Krupar’s father, Matthew Krupar, in the suit.