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Employee Spotlight, Donna Fairweather

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SUMMARY: Donna Fairweather has been working as an assistant to do training for the since 2010. In her role, she works with City Council members and the legal department to ensure that rules and regulations benefit the city. She also prosecutes cases in the Municipal Court of record. Donna values working with great coworkers and enjoys a positive work environment. However, she recently received a breast cancer diagnosis in February. Despite the initial shock, Donna remains optimistic, surrounded by love and support from friends, family, and colleagues. She is confident that she will make it through the process and survive.

Meet this week's #employeespotlight, Donna Fairweather, Assistant City Attorney.

While this employee spotlight highlights one of our hardest working employees and an incredible City attorney, it also shows her strength and resilience in her own life.

She knows that the only way to win this battle she has been faced with is by having a positive attitude, faith and the support of friends, family and coworkers. #mygalveston #lovegalveston #kickcancersbutt #warrior

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Houston Mayor John Whitmire introduces new initiative at ‘State of Animal Welfare’ address

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-02-25 23:14:14

SUMMARY: Houston Mayor John Whitmire recently delivered his first state of animal welfare address and introduced a new initiative to reduce the stray pet population and improve residents’ health and safety. He wants to make Houston’s animal shelter a nonprofit to increase funding and make it a priority. He aims to collaborate with Harris County to avoid duplicate services and better serve animals. The proposal has support from animal welfare nonprofits like Houston Pets Set. Advocates hope for lasting change and believe proper resources are essential for progress. Whitmire also mentioned the possibility of a spay/neuter law and emphasized the importance of community support for animal welfare.

This week, Houston Mayor John Whitmire delivered his first ever “State of Animal Welfare” address and introduced a new initiative aimed at reducing the stray pet population and improving the health and safety of residents.

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Should the U.S. stay involved in Ukraine? | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-02-25 23:08:47

SUMMARY: Capitol Hill is currently facing issues of providing more money to Ukraine and getting more money out of NATO members. Senator John Cornyn indicated bailing out on both, which may not be a good idea. However, a UT poll shows that Texans are split on global intervention, with many relating it to the border crisis. There is debate about supporting Ukraine versus prioritizing American needs. Former President Trump’s comments on NATO and Ukraine aid have stirred controversy, potentially affecting the upcoming elections. There are discussions about attaching a border bill to the Senate plan to break the logjam and unlock funding for Ukraine.

Should the U.S. stay involved in Ukraine? The FOX Texas Trio discusses.

#FOX7Austin brings you the important stuff like breaking news, weather, and local stories out of Central #Texas. But also plenty of fun stuff, like #GoodDayAustin, the best of our archives, and all those ‘only-in-#Austin’ stories.

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Surveillance videos give timeline of suspicious activity before deadly SW Houston home invasion

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-02-25 23:08:37

SUMMARY: A father was shot and killed in front of his family during a home invasion in southwest Houston. Surveillance showed suspicious activity outside the home prior to the shooting. The man who died was identified as 35-year-old Noel. Three suspects entered the home with guns and ordered everyone to the ground. Despite being asked to stay down, Noel stood up and was shot and killed. The incident is believed to be isolated, and there is no threat to the public. Noel's stepdaughter described him as a good father who died a hero to his family. Police are still searching for the suspects.

Surveillance are giving a timeline of suspicious activity leading up to a deadly home invasion in southwest Houston Sunday morning.

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