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Public Storage units in southwest Houston ransacked, broken into despite codes needed to enter facility, victims says

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abc13.com – Rosie Nguyen – 2024-01-30 23:00:02

SUMMARY: Maryam Nabhani’s family heirlooms, including precious gold jewelry passed down for generations, were stolen from her storage unit in southwest Houston over the weekend. The facility is gated and requires a unique code, leaving Nabhani puzzled as to how the thief gained access. The stolen items were not covered by her insurance, and she filed a report with the Houston Police Department. Attorney Saahir Ramji noted that Nabhani’s options may depend on her rental agreement and advised renters to be aware of their surroundings and to review their agreements. Public Storage did not respond to requests for comment.

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Unforgettable experience: 16-year-old Jaelyn Kirby throws out first pitch in Rice Owls’ baseball game against Stanford

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abc13.com – Adam Winkler – 2024-03-02 21:59:51

SUMMARY: Jaelyn Kirby, a 16-year-old with Marfan syndrome, was visited by Rice baseball players at Texas Children’s Hospital after photos of her watching a game from her room went viral. The players invited her to throw out the first pitch at a game. Jaelyn, ecstatic about the experience, called it one of the best weeks of her life. She participated in a Marfan Syndrome Walk for Victory, raising over $138,000. The players saw their visit as bringing joy to others, emphasizing the importance of doing good deeds. The heartwarming story highlights the strong bond formed between Jaelyn and the Rice baseball team.

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Woman accused of driving drunk, killing south carolina bride on wedding night in DUI crash, out on bond

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abc13.com – CNNWire – 2024-03-02 20:46:16

SUMMARY: Jamie Lee Komoroski, a woman in South Carolina, was released on bond after being accused of driving drunk and crashing into a golf-cart style vehicle carrying a newly married couple, killing the bride. Komoroski faces charges of reckless homicide and felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm. She pleaded not guilty and was released on a $150,000 bond, with conditions including entering an inpatient rehabilitation program. The bride died of blunt force injuries, while the groom and two others were injured in the crash. Komoroski had a blood alcohol content of 0.261%, well above the legal limit. The incident occurred on April 28 in Folly Beach, South Carolina.

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Texas State takes out No. 15 Texas 11-10 thanks to clutch Lugo homer in the 9th

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www.kxan.com – Billy Gates – 2024-03-02 20:41:25

SUMMARY: Texas State’s Aaron Lugo hit a 2-run home run in the top of the ninth, helping the Bobcats secure an 11-10 victory over No. 15 Texas at the Astros Foundation College Classic. The game saw back-and-forth action, with Texas State initially taking a 6-0 lead. After a strong comeback by Texas, Lugo’s bubble-blowing homer in the ninth sealed the win. Texas State’s Matthew Tippie pitched well to secure the win, while Ryne Farber and Chase Mora had impressive offensive performances. Texas State is now 2-0 in the College Classic, while Texas suffered their second loss of the event.

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