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Top Houston news: Church cancels Mass after 3 members test positive; elderly woman fatally stabbed

Top Houston news: Church cancels Mass after 3 members test positive; elderly woman fatally stabbed
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By Hoodline - Published on May 19, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Houston? Read on for everything you need to know.

Houston church cancels Masses after 3 members test positive for COVID-19

If you've attended mass at Holy Ghost Church since its opening on May 2, you are asked to monitor your symptomes or get tested.

Read the full story on ABC13 Houston.

Elderly woman stabbed to death, suspect dead after officer shooting

A knife-wielding man confronted the woman as she tried to get in her car Saturday morning outside a neighborhood pharmacy, HPD said.

Read the full story on HLN.

LeBron James and his media company will produce a documentary on the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal

As the baseball world remains quiet for now, LeBron James may stir something up about the Houston Astros' past in a new documentary coming to media streaming service Quibi.

Read the full story on KPRC2 / Click2Houston.

Houston bar owners thrilled to reopen, despite strict new guidelines

All Texas bars, breweries, and wine tasting rooms will be allowed to reopen Friday at 25% capacity.

Read the full story on KHOU.

Massive food distribution event at NRG park Monday shows Houstonians are still struggling

A massive food distribution event by the Houston Independent School District and the Houston Food Bank was originally supposed to take place Saturday at NRG Park. But, severe weather threw a wrench in those plans and families in need were left waiting to collect food.

Read the full story on Graham Media: KPRC 2 Houston.


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