Dollar Tree Employee News Videos 

Dollar Tree Employee

Video captured by: Von Johnson An employee of a Houston area Dollar Tree was causing quite a scene. Everything was caught on camera by a customer. The store is located in North Houston off of I-45 and FM 1960. The employee seems to be extremely high on drugs as they flop around the store knocking merchandise off the shelves. At one point they stand up and and try to walk off, only to smash into a display.

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Information News Videos 

Houston Car Club Shuts Down I-45 Downtown

Video catpured by: Victor Paillet A car club blocked all inbound traffic into downtown Houston on I-45. Drivers walked around filming their cars in front of the famous Be Someone graffiti.  Drivers who were stuck in the traffic can be seen squeezing by on the side and interchange emergency lanes.   There are mixed reactions being posted: How do you feel about this? Leave us a comment below and let us know.

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Galveston Ferry Dock Fight Entertainment Videos 

Fight Erupts at Ferry Landing – Galveston

A fight breaks out between 2 groups of people. A father and son begin talking smack to a another party. The son swings his fishing rod, but the defender easily evades. The ensuing party ends up getting an ass whipping. Reports from the scene state that GPD arrived, but no arrest were made. Video Courtesy of: Arod Esmo (Facebook Member)

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Northline Metro Transit Center News Videos 

Northline Transit Center Fight: North Houston

A lady can be seen yelling racist remarks to a man, as he is waiting at the Northline Transit Center, in the 7800 Block of Fulton St. She can be heard yelling at onlookers,  then returning to kick bags of groceries into the street.  The man reacts to the woman’s violent behavior by hitting her over the head with a 2-liter bottle of beverage.  Not backing down, the woman again kicks the remaining bags of groceries into the street. A scuffle once again ensues.  The man aggressively attacks the woman,…

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Pearland Suspicious Person / Vehicle Information News Videos 

Suspicious Person / Vehicle: Pearland Area

Pearland Police Department has issued a suspicious circumstance report.  A patrol officer was flagged down in the 2300 block of Golfcrest.  The 13 year old plaintiff reported that a Hispanic male, driving a white van, stopped and asked him to help find a lost dog. The child walked away from the van and the suspect drove off.  There is no report of attempted abduction or sexual exposure. Pearland Police Department would only like to speak with the driver of the vehicle.  Surveillance video was obtained, which shows the white Chevrolet…

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Studewood Park - Lowrider Day News Videos 

Lowrider Day Event @ Studewood Park

Residents of Houston got to enjoy a free, family friendly, public event. Hosted at Studewood Park, the Lowrider Day took place on Sunday, September 17th. Those who attended were able to enjoy BBQ, drinks, contests, and view a large collection of low rider cars. Awards were given out to those who entered cars into the show for judging. It was great to see a local community event like this being organized and held for free. As we all continue rebuilding our great city together. #HOUSTONSTRONG Kids went head to head…

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Information News Videos 

Properties Flooded to Prevent Reservoir Failure: Harvey – 2017 Rain Event

Houston recently learned a lesson the hard way. After years of sprawling growth, under some of the most relaxed building and zoning codes. Houston and surrounding cities are starting to experience the effect this urban expansion has caused to our watersheds. The Upper Cypress Creek, Addicks and Barker watersheds accumulated 35 inches of rain during Hurricane Harvey’s slow crawl across Texas. The Addicks reservoir at peak released 7,000 CFS while Barker was at a rate of 6,300. A total combined release of 13,300 CFS all flowing into the Buffalo Bayou….

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Harvey Flood 2017 - Trash Removal Information News Videos 

Debris Removal Guidelines and Trash Pickup Schedule

Here is a great image diagram to assist survivors in their cleanup effort. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT (SWMD) COLLECTION SCHEDULE DUE TO FLOODING AUGUST 25-30, 2017 August 30, 2017 – KESE SMITH To address the disaster debris created by Hurricane Harvey, the Solid Waste Management Department will be suspending some of its collection services, specifically, yard waste, recycling and junk waste/tree waste. Department operations are to be focused on the current public health issues confronting the city in the wake of Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath. Services for self-serve operations will be…

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