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KHOU 11 Rewind: The Rudy Farias case
Broken Trust: The Onalaska Drug Plane Scandal
The scandalous story behind one tiny Texas town's surprising number of planes, and how an investigation into their history and use led to a drop in drug trafficking.
Juneteenth 1865-2022: The Pursuit of Economic Equality
KHOU 11's second Juneteenth documentary, "Juneteenth: The Pursuit of Economic Equality," highlights the lasting financial impact of Juneteenth on Black Americans.
Uvalde To Allen: When Will It Stop?
From Uvalde to Allen, multiple mass shootings have brought tragedy to Texas. On the one-year mark of the Robb Elementary school shooting, we ask when it will stop.
One Pill: Fighting Fentanyl
Fentanyl is the deadliest drug threat in the U.S. Its victims are getting younger. Many don't know they're taking it. This is what their families want you to know.
Rise Up, West (2014): After a fatal explosion rocks a tiny Texas town, football leads the way back
After a massive 2013 explosion killed 15 people in the small town of West, Texas, the high school football team leads its community down along the road to recovery.
Houston Rewind: Looking back at JJ Watt's impact on and off the field
Defensive end JJ Watt set records during his 12-season NFL career, but will be remembered for his philanthropy as well.
"We rise together back to the moon and beyond" | Coverage of Artemis I launch
The third time was the charm for Artemis I, the first of three missions that will culminate with the first woman and first person of color landing on the moon.
Hurricane Harvey: Stories of hope and healing
It has been five years since Hurricane Harvey hit Southeast Texas.
Sister: El Paso shooting victim died shielding 2-month-old son
Jordan Anchondo, a mother of three, apparently shielded the boy and then fell on him, injuring the child.
Popular spring break destination hopes to attract more than young party goers
South Padre Island officials say hotel occupancy is up 15 percent compared to previous years.
At The Border
Last of migrant children held in 'tent city' released
Officials move to close border detention center for unaccompanied minors in Tornillo, Texas.
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