Couture for the Cause 5-1-16Sean Pendergast from ‘The Triple Threat’ (2-7pm, SportsRadio 610) is joined by Kristi Leggett (co-chair, American Cancer Society’s Couture for the Cause) as well as cancer survivor Courtney Bell to discuss the Couture for the Cause of Montgomery County event coming up on May 7.
UPDATED: EXCLUSIVE Details On Adrian Peterson Indictment ChargesAccording to law-enforcement sources, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson beat his 4-year-old son with a tree branch as a form of punishment this summer, an incident that allegedly resulted in multiple injuries to the child. According to reports, Peterson has been indicted in Montgomery County, Texas for injury to a child.
Three Injured After House Explodes At least three people were injured including an infant, after a house exploded in Montgomery County Tuesday morning.
Girl Hit, Killed By Car An eight-year-old girl was hit and killed by a car on Sunday in Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Jail Escapee CaughtA Montgomery County escapee was captured in north Harris County Thursday after being on the run for several days.
Toddler, Mother Recover After Pit Bull Attack A toddler and his mother are recovering after being attacked by a pit bull. According to Animal Control Officers in Montgomery County, Priscilla Rodriguez and her son, Anthony, were outside.
Parents Get Custody Of Kids Who Once Lived In School Bus It's been almost a year since two children were found living in an abandoned old and dilapidated school bus virtually unsupervised. On Tuesday, the parents of the young boy and girl received full custody of them.
Child, Two Adults Reported MissingOne child and two adults have been reported missing in Montgomery County. The trio has been missing since Christmas day.
Young Boy Dies In Mobile Home FireA three-year-old Montgomery County boy died in a mobile home fire over the weekend. The fire happened just after 1 a.m. at a residence located on Todd Road near F.M. 1488, west of Magnolia.
Truancy Citation Against Honors Student Dropped A judge has decided to drop a contempt citation against a 17-year-old Houston-area high school honors student whom he jailed overnight for truancy.