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NFL Now| Andrew Siliciano heated Tom Brady guard Patriots “they are doing best” after loss to Texans
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    December 2, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Love all the excuses for Pat's and Brady when they lose lol

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CPS impersonators knocked on doors of Royal Brook neighborhood in Kingwood

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KINGWOOD, Texas (KTRK) — Houston police want to talk to a couple who were reportedly trying to get into homes inside the new Kingwood subdivision Royal Brook.

“It’s heightened the awareness for all of us,” said neighbor Chris Beck.

He believes his house was targeted first around 5 a.m. on Friday when the couple came ringing and knocking at his front door.

Speaking through the door, Beck said a man was asking to come inside.

“He wanted to know if I would let him in because he was sharing that there was a lost child. I asked him if he called 911. He then proceeded to say, ‘It would just take a moment,’ and I said ‘I’ll call 911.'”

Beck said the threat of getting police involved seemed to set off a conversation between the couple, still standing on his doorstep.

“He stepped away, opened his hands up and then he actually turned to her, and there was a conversation that took place. And then he turned back to me and says, ‘This must be the wrong house.'”

He said the man appeared frantic and disheveled.

Police describe the man as white or Hispanic, in his 30s with messy brown hair. He was wearing a red shirt, sweatpants and was barefoot.

The woman was also white or Hispanic, in her 40s with brown hair, wearing a black hoodie.

The neighbor said the couple walked to their car parked in his driveway and sat for about three minutes before slowly driving down the street.

He said less than an hour later, he was notified of a growing neighborhood Facebook post after another neighbor posted her encounter with the same couple.

“We could track the direction because multiple people were getting the similar experience,” Beck added.

The couple, he said, was slowly driving around, knocking on doors, trying to get inside homes.

At one house, police said they even claimed to be CPS and needed access to a home to check on a foster child.

Police said the neighbors did the right thing, never allowing the couple inside and quickly sharing the suspicious behavior through social media.

“The power of your neighbors and the power of your community is truly the first line of defense,” said Beck.

Police say the couple was seen driving a silver four-door sedan, possibly a Chevy Malibu.

This holiday season, they remind all communities to follow the “see something, say something” protocol.

If you have information, please call Houston police.

Follow Shelley Childers on Facebook and Twitter.

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There is a Santa Claus in Houston whose photo sessions are selling out because so many parents what their kids to meet the St. Nick who looks like them.

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Kashmere Gardens neighbors blame railroad yard for cancerous contamination

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Residents of Kashmere Gardens in Fifth Ward say they have been dealing with a detrimental problem for years.

“All our neighbors are dead. We have one, two, three, four original people. Everyone else has died off from cancer,” a concerned neighbor Sandra Edwards shared.

Edwards believes her beloved neighborhood has had a cancer problem for years due to the Union Pacific Railroad yard nearby.

In August 2019, a report was released by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

The report stated that creosote once seeped into the neighborhood’s soil, creating a hazardous plume that moved beneath at least 110 homes and churches. The chemicals also contaminated groundwater.

The state has identified 10 areas within Fifth Ward with a high number of cases of adult cancers of the lung, esophagus and throat.

Neighbor Richard Hudson says his family was personally affected by the contaminates.

“My mom died from ovarian cancer, my brother from stomach cancer,” he said. “I don’t think it’s a coincidence.”

Although the study does not determine the exact cause of the cancers, the EPA does associate them with exposure to chemicals found in the groundwater plume.

What’s next for neighbors? Well, they’ll continue their IMPACT group, which they started to address the contamination. They also most likely move forward with legal action.

“They have proved we were right all along. We are humans. We bleed just like everybody else. We breathe just like everybody else. Why can’t we live in clear air and clean neighborhoods like everybody else,” Edwards asked.

In response, Union Pacific released this statement:
“Union Pacific understands the community is concerned and is reaching out to the Texas Department of Health for more information about its findings.”

Follow Erica Simon on Facebook and Twitter.

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City of Katy responds to claims of unsafe water

Bacteria found in water at new Houston airport offices

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