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Top Houston news: Hanging death ruled suicide; reward increased in case of missing soldier; more

Top Houston news: Hanging death ruled suicide; reward increased in case of missing soldier; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 17, 2020.

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

Houston medical schools bringing quality health care to neighborhoods that need it most

Ashley Howard found her dream job as a community health professional, trained by and working for the University of Houston. She spends her days helping people in the same minority community she grew up in live healthier lives.

Read the full story on KPRC2 / Click2Houston.

Houston man's hanging death ruled a suicide by medical examiner

According to Police Chief, Art Acevedo, the man's family has confirmed to police that he was experiencing mental health issues.

Read the full story on TheGrio.

Hot dog favorite Wienerschnitzel will soon debut a location in Houston proper

The new outpost on Highway 6 joins a New Caney restaurant that opened last year.

Read the full story on Eater Houston.

Mural painted on Congress Avenue in Downtown Austin

As people across the nation continue to call for police reform and ending systemic racism, a mural was painted on Congress Avenue Tuesday saying "Black Austin Matters."

Read the full story on KVUE.

Family of Vanessa Guillen, the missing Fort Hood soldier from Houston, speaks out

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command increased the reward for information leading to the whereabouts of missing Guillen to $25,000 from $15,000 on Monday.

Read the full story on KHOU.


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