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‘It’s a death trap’: Cyclist sues City of Houston after hitting pothole, suffering serious injuries

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-12 18:40:46

SUMMARY: In Houston, persistent potholes are causing significant issues for residents, particularly cyclists. Recently, a cyclist sued the city after a severe accident on Heights Boulevard in a designated bike lane with potholes, alleging the city knew about the hazardous conditions but failed to act. The cyclist sustained serious injuries and claims the repair was initially inadequate. His lawsuit aims to prevent future accidents and holds the city accountable for its negligence. The city of Houston plans to address the lawsuit once served. Citizens’ rights concerning pothole-related injuries hinge on proving the city’s prior knowledge of the hazard. For more details, visit clicktohouston.com.

A cyclist who suffered serious injuries after hitting a pothole filed a lawsuit against the City of Houston, claiming the street where it happened had a pothole known to the city, but it was still not properly fixed.

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Woman’s death in sweltering heat at living facility has son calling for changes to protocol

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-07-11 22:47:27

SUMMARY: Tonight at 10:00, a local man demands changes to protocols at The Terraces, an independent living facility in Kingwood, after his 93-year-old mother, Barbara Sturgis, died in extreme heat conditions. The power outage caused by Hurricane Barrel raised concerns about Frontier Management's handling of the situation. Jonathan Sturgis criticized the lack of communication and delay in evacuations. Another resident, Bob Burgess, highlighted frustrations with power provider CenterPoint. Despite an assessment, power hasn't been restored. Frontier Management promised to address the communication and evacuation concerns, but no updates have been received. Reporting from Kingwood, Devin Clark, KPRC2 .

93-year-old woman's death amid sweltering heat at independent living facility has son calling for changes to protocol

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Here & Now: The North Texas Behavioral Health Authority

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-11 22:24:49

SUMMARY: The North Texas Behavioral Authority (NTBHA) has received a $1.25 million state grant to create a Youth Crisis Outreach Team (YCOT), a pilot program aimed at addressing youth mental health crises. The team will consist of six specialized staff who will work in six counties, responding to crises involving children and adolescents. The YCOT, an extension of the existing Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT), will provide trauma-informed care and support to families in various settings, including homes, schools, and juvenile justice facilities. The program aims to reduce law enforcement interventions and emergency room visits by offering targeted, in-home care for up to 90 days. For more information, the NTBHA crisis hotline is 866-260-8000 and their website is NTBHA.org.

A new program will create a youth crisis outreach team to help North Texas children. The North Texas Behavioral Health Authority just received a more than $1 million grant. FOX 4's Shaun Rabb has more on how it will work in this week's Here & Now.

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Police still searching for North Austin deadly shooting suspect | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-07-11 22:22:05

SUMMARY: The Austin Police Department has released a new of a suspect in the murder of 34-year-old Joshua Kak, who was shot and killed at an apartment complex on Dryfield Drive in North Austin. Detectives are seeking help from anyone with video footage related to the homicide and are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. This case is being investigated as Austin's 32nd homicide of 2024.

The Austin Police Department is still looking for the man who shot and killed another at a North Austin apartment complex.

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