A driver was hospitalized early Sunday after knocking down a traffic light pole in a dramatic rollover wreck.
It was not immediately clear how many people died.
Hours before her burial, the light of Angelique Ramirez’s life still shined so bright. The sunset over Santa Fe on Friday was a reminder of that; the two rainbows on the horizon felt like signs from above. “The sky is showing us that she is with us,” a close friend said. “It has us all in awe.”
SANTA FE – A week after Jared Black’s family and friends were preparing to celebrate his birthday, they traveled instead to Aldersgate United Methodist Church to bury him.
It’s unclear if the man was choked or beaten to death.
“This is something that doesn’t have to come to this point,” Satterwhite said. “We’re here to help. People can reach out. We will be there.”
Officers were dispatched just before midnight to a gas station at 9421 Cullen Blvd. for a trespassing call. While interviewing a woman there, a man “appeared to intentionally” hit her and a patrol car, Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner said.
Astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth person to set foot on the moon who retired from NASA to blaze new trails as an accomplished artist of lunar landscapes sprinkled with moon dust, died Saturday at Houston Methodist Hospital. He was 86.
Family members said Bean, the last living member of the Apollo 12 crew, suffered from a brief illness after traveling in Indiana two weeks ago. Friends recalled him among the greats of a generation, and also as a genuinely good guy.
“Alan Bean was the most extraordinary person I ever met,” astronaut Mike Massimino said in a statement. “He was a one-of-a-kind combination of technical achievement as an astronaut and artistic achievement as a painter.
Comicpalooza kicked off quietly Friday, as it often does with fans old and young at work or in school. Saturday brings the true wave of costume-clad fans.Once on site at the George R. Brown Convention Center, they’re faced with all manner of stimuli: artists and vendors selling wares; actors and writers discussing their work; and beloved stars from all corners of the fantasy, superhero, science-fiction, speculative fiction worlds doing photo-ops and signing autographs.
Had Cynthia Tisdale not been in the art room at Santa Fe High School a week ago helping to shelter students from a gunman, her family said, she would have turned 64 Friday. Instead her loved ones bid her farewell during a service at League City’s Bay …