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Top Houston news: Boy, girl struck by car; firefighter in ICU with COVID-19; more

Top Houston news: Boy, girl struck by car; firefighter in ICU with COVID-19; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 22, 2020.

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

Boy, 10, and girl, 2, struck by car while crossing road in southwest Houston, police say

Two children were hospitalized after being hit by a car in southwest Houston Sunday afternoon, according to the Houston police department.

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If Harris County continues same coronavirus track, Houston could be worst affected city in US, expert says

If Harris County continues on the same new case trajectory as it is on at present, Houston could become the worst affected city in the U.S., according to nationally recognized infectious disease expert, Dr. Peter Hotez of the Baylor College of Medicine.

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Houston firefighter in ICU with COVID-19, union says

A Houston firefighter is in an Intensive Care Unit after contracting coronavirus, according to the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association.

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Houston bar among 12 in Texas to have permit suspended for 30 days by TABC for violating Gov.‘s orders

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) temporarily suspended the permits of 12 bars in Texas, including a popular Houston bar, as the agency continues to crack down on establishments that are not complying with Gov. Greg Abbott's reopening guidelines.

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Residents seeking answers after hours without electricity at apartment complex in southwest Houston

Residents are frustrated after an electricity outage at a southwest Houston apartment complex.

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