Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Classes at a small-town high school were canceled because of at least one threat made in the wake of a social-media uproar over a Spanish teacher who allowed students to hit a piñata festooned with photos of President Donald Trump. Westword has the story.
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Two Clear Brook High School students were arrested Thursday after threatening to shoot up the school—on the 18th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting.
Just as school was starting, around 7:20 a.m., the teens were pulled out of class. And by 8:45 a.m. they were arrested by the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office. One of the teens had told several students not to come to school Thursday because at 10:30 he was “going to honor his heroes, the ‘Columbine Shooters,'” according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, which is reviewing charges. The teen had posted a photo on social media showing himself pointing a pistol at two schoolmates in the hallway.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Higgins’s arrest affidavit details what prosecutors see as practical plans for a Columbine-style attack and what her family and supporters view as the dark fantasies of a troubled, drug-abusing teen who never meant to hurt anyone. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Craig was once a fast-rising college coach — but mental-health issues destroyed his career and led to bizarre behavior in multiple states. Still, he hit a new peak with the threat to the school, shared amid a rambling manifesto that touched on topics such as penis length and more. Westword has the story.
A Houston police officer shot his neighbor during a dispute over a dog Thursday evening, Houston police said Friday.
According to police, off-duty Officer Jason Loosmore knocked on his 21-year-old neighbor’s door around 6:20 p.m., on Riderwood Drive in Westside, hoping to ask the man for medical and shot records for his German shepherd, which Loosmore told police attacked his own Pug mix that evening. Then things got weird.
Coty Beavers was in his northwest Houston apartment on November 12, 2012, when the bullets ripped through him from behind. Whoever pulled the trigger slipped out as easily as he had gotten in, leaving the 28-year-old to die on the floor.
Two days earlier, a dark-haired man with thick eyebrows perched above his glasses had been wandering around the Legacy Park Apartments, asking people if they knew which apartment was Beavers’s. He looked to be maybe in his forties, with an average build. A police sketch didn’t turn up any leads.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Foos’s bizarre story of voyeurism, which includes documenting the sex acts of guests and allegedly witnessing a murder, is scheduled to be made into a movie to be produced by Steven Spielberg. But the news of his activities has led to some ugly threats. Westword has the story.
. Who doesn’t like Shirley MacLaine at least a little? She’s been working steadily in Hollywood for more than 60 years. She’s won an Oscar, an Emmy, and a handful of Golden Globes. She deserves our respect.
But would you take to the streets of Key West with torches to burn the city down on Shirley MacLaine’s orders? No, of course not. It’s not like she’s Beyoncé and Key West is a town full of women named Becky who happen to have good hair
The series of videos anti-abortion activists began releasing last summer to claim Planned Parenthood sells fetal tissue – or “baby parts” – didn’t just spark multiple state and criminal investigations into the abortion provider. Not only were there widespread calls for lawmakers to defund the organization, but violence, harassment and death threats against abortion providers spiked last year after the release of the videos.