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Top Houston news: Most arrested were city residents; food bank in urgent need of volunteers; more

Top Houston news: Most arrested were city residents; food bank in urgent need of volunteers; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 03, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Houston.

Houston Public Works removes piles of bricks, rocks from several locations in Houston

The Houston Public Works is asking residents to report any suspicious activity after removing several piles of bricks and rocks in Houston.

Read the full story on KPRC2 / Click2Houston.

Houston police chief on President Trump's warning of military deployment: 'Keep your mouth shut'

The chief of Houston police had some direct words for President Donald Trump who threatened to deploy the U.S. military to American cities if governors don't toughen up and quell violent protests.

Read the full story on ABC7.

Woman rescued after being trapped in manhole for several days

Authorities said the woman fell into the hole in the 7200 block of North Grand Parkway.

Read the full story on KHOU.

Most arrested during weekend protests were Houstonians, despite claims

Despite what Chief Art Acevedo and Mayor Sylvester Turner said, most of those who were arrested were actually from Houston.

Read the full story on KHOU.

Houston Food Bank in critical need of volunteers

Volunteers are essential to Houston Food Bank's operations, and are needed now more than ever, the organization said in a press release.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.


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