Posted: May 4, 2014 2:30 AM
Updated: May 4, 2014 2:31 AM
HOUSTON (AP) Deputies are seeking clues to the identity of the person who opened fire at a suburban Houston "after-prom" party, wounding four teens. A statement from the Harris County Sheriff's Office says the shooting happened about 1:30 a.m. yesterday at a horse barn 14 miles northwest of downtown Houston.
WACO, Texas (AP) Baylor University sophomore wide receiver Robbie Rhodes reportedly is free on bond after his arrest on marijuana possession and evidence tampering charges. Waco police Sergeant W. Patrick Swanton told the Tribune-Herald that an officer stopped Rhodes about 4 a.m. Friday for changing lanes without a signal on Spur 2 on the edge of downtown. Swanton said the officer smelled marijuana when he approached the driver's side window and found almost 6 grams of marijuana in a plastic bag under the front seat.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) German chemical titan BASF SE is evaluating plans to spend more than $1.4 billion to build a propylene plant somewhere along the Gulf Coast. Kurt Bock, chairman of the company's board of executive directors, said Friday that a feedstock of cheap natural gas in the region would give BASF a price advantage.
PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) A Texas man accused of illegally transporting 11 Mexican nationals in southern Colorado has been arrested. The Pueblo Chieftain reports 45-year-old Dagoberto Avila of Rosenburg, Texas was arrested and faces 11 counts of human smuggling. He is being held at the Fremont County jail, and his passengers were taken to a charitable center.