June

Blog Posts in June, 2012

  • Trial reconvenes for man who killed neighbor in party dispute

    By Brian Rogers Houston Chronicle Jurors Monday returned to court to hear witnesses defend Raul Rodriguez, who was convicted of murder in the shooting death of Kelly Danaher, a neighbor who was having a loud party. Rodriguez videotaped his encounter with Danaher and a group of his friends just after midnight on May 2, 2010. The 22-minute video shows Rodriguez confronting Danaher and his guests ...
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  • Driving habits over there killing returning troops over here

    By Ned Hibberd Houston (FOX 26) - The number one killer of troops returning from combat zones is not suicide. According to the VA, it is car accidents. Soldiers and Marines (and to a lesser extent, Sailors and Airmen) learn to "drive to survive" in foreign battlegrounds. But those same habits wreak havoc once they return. So if you think Houston's highways are a war zone, well, you may be right. ...
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  • Wildfire Safety Tips

    By: Melissa McNamara CBS News What is a wildfire? Wildfire is one of the most destructive natural forces known to mankind. While sometimes caused by lightning, nine out of ten wildfires are human-caused. "Wildfire" is applied to any unwanted and unplanned fire burning in forest, shrub or grass. More than 900 homes are destroyed by wildfires each year. Why has there been an increase in wildfires? ...
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  • Wildfires in Colorado, New Mexico Force Hundreds to Evacuate

    The Leon Law Firm ( www.theleonlawfirm.com ) is sad to report that the wildfires in New Mexico and Colorado continue to burn. With the Bastrop Fires still fresh on our minds and the lack of rain combined with hot temperatures, we know all too well that the conditions in many areas are favorable for fires. By: Clayton Sandell ABC News Firefighters in New Mexico and Colorado are battling wildfires ...
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  • Pit bulls kill woman, Stafford woman sued

    By: Glenna Herald Ultimate Fort Bend An estate is suing over claims two pit bull dogs attacked and killed a loved one at a Stafford woman's property in Houston. La'Wanda Dyson-Lendsey and others, on behalf of the deceased Edna Dyson, filed a wrongful death suit on April 17 in the Harris County District Court against Stafford resident Delores Garcia and Houston resident Adrian Garcia. The ...
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  • ATV Safety

    As school winds down, and the fun of summer approaches, The Leon Law Firm ( www.theleonlawfirm.com ) reminds you to remember safety first. The following was reported Sunday, May 20th: Two children were airlifted to the hospital after a four-wheeler crash near Baytown, KTRK-Channel 13 reports on Sunday. The 7-year-old and 13-year-old were injured at about 5:45 p.m. at David G. Burnet Park. Their ...
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