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Latest Houston Snapchat shooter still at large, authorities offer reward

When a concerned citizen reported the post to authorities, Houston Police Department started probing the incident, eventually pinpointing the location near Cohn and Cornish.

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A Houston rapper and a woman with a history of threatening police allegedly posted video as they smiled and fired off 14 rounds in a neighborhood near the 15800 block of Memorial Drive in late September.

    Latest Houston Snapchat shooter still at large, authorities offer reward
    Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for help identifying another Houston-area Snapchat shooter. The social media clip taken on Thursday around 10:15 p.m. featured an unidentified man firing a semi-automatic into the air "without regard for anyone's safety," according to Crime Stoppers.
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Fall Festivals and Events

Shop local! The Greater Heights Chamber and the Buy Local First Committee present the Buy Local First indoor/outdoor holiday market on Nov. 4 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Hampton Inn, at 5820 Katy Freeway.

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Spine-tingling pandemonium is unleashed for three weeks at the Houston Children’s Museum from Oct. 10-31 at 1500 Binz Street! Indoor Trick-or-Treating every day through Halloween and slime and Goo recipes for scary creations.

Enjoy this colorful and traditional festival on the grounds of the University of St. Thomas at 3800 Montrose Blvd. on Oct 12-15. Chalk art, music, wine tasting and cultural foods abound!

    Houston Lifestyles & Homes magazine Fall Festivals and Events - Houston Lifestyles & Homes magazine
    By Melanie Saxton Come out and celebrate the fall season with fun-filled excursions and diversions! Despite the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, many organizations are sponsoring events for charity, cultural exchanges, shopping, and Halloween celebrations.
    http://houstonlifestyles.com

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