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Update:8/21/2017 1:45:16 PM
Man charged with attempting to damage Hermann Park statue
A 25-year-old man has been taken into custody for attempting to maliciously damage or destroy property receiving federal financial assistance, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez.

Moms, sip mimosas with seniors this Wednesday
Moms, getting your kids ready to head back to school is hard work. After the crazy morning routine, Avanti Senior Living at Augusta Pines in Spring wants you to treat yourself.

Partly cloudy for the partial eclipse in Houston
Wet weather returns this week

Where to watch the solar eclipse in Houston
WATCH LIVE: Streaming video of the Great American Eclipse is available online now and there are several places in the Houston area holding watch parties for the solar eclipse.

Total Solar Eclipse 2017: Photos from around the country
Scenes from throughout the United States as people prepare to see a rare total solar eclipse Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

Solar eclipse parties packed with eager sky watchers
It's almost eclipse watch time here in Houston.

Fugitive Barcelona van attack suspect shot and killed
Police in Spain say fugitive Barcelona van attack suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub, who was shot by police Monday while wearing a possible explosives belt, has died.

Distracted driving: Man on motorcycle plunges into sinkhole in China
As if you needed another reason not to look at your phone while driving, a man on a motorcycle plunged into a sinkhole in China last week.

ECLIPSE 2017: Mission to race sun will include flying in total darkness
A once-in-a-lifetime mission for the eclipse event is launching Monday that will include flying near the edge of space and following the blotted out sun on its path over the country.

Jury sentences man to life twice for sex assault of ex-lover's daughter
A jury found Jeffrey Michael McDonough guilty of aggravated sexual assault of a child last Thursday, and repeated that guilty verdict again last Friday.

Backpack swag: School supplies celebrating black culture
If you're still on the hunt for school supplies, how about putting some of those dollars in the hands of black businesses and entrepreneurs? The products on this list are perfect for celebrating black culture in the classroom.

UT-Austin begins swift removal of remaining Confederate statues
UT President Greg Fenves ordered an immediate removal of remaining Confederate statues on campus, including that of Gen. Robert E. Lee. The school cited safety concerns for the overnight removal.