Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Houston.
Venezuela moves US oil execs to a harsher jail after Trump hosts opposition leader
Six executives for Houston-based Citgo have been held in Venezuelan prisons for more than two years without trial.
Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.
Second man declared innocent in drug case involving officer from Harding Street Raid
Steven Mallet, 60, is the fourth person to be declared actually innocent by the Ogg administration, and the second tied to former officer Gerald Goines, who is charged for his role in a botched 2019 Harding Street drug raid that left two civilians dead and four officers wounded.
Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.
Serial rape suspect arrested in connection with at least 3 attacks across Houston
Brandon Carter is accused of holding his victims at gunpoint, tying them up, and assaulting them in their own homes, according to police.
Read the full story on ABC13 Houston.
Investigation: Why nearly a dozen tankers bring cancer-causing chemical to Houston-area from NC each month
KPRC 2 Investigates is tracking a chemical byproduct that is being brought to Texas from a company in North Carolina and what is being done with it once it arrives in the Lone Star State.
Read the full story on KPRC2 / Click2Houston.
Couple in custody after chase in northeast Houston
During the chase, a woman bailed out of the truck and told police she had been kidnapped, but police later found out she was the driver's girlfriend.
Read the full story on KHOU 11 News.
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