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Court records offer details into Houston art museum burglary

Court records offer details into Houston art museum burglary

The man and woman arrived at the River Oaks museum the same way they would later leave: By boat.After approximately 7 minutes of trying to get into the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens about a month ago, the pair succeeded through an air vent grate into the museum’s basement, according to court records.Once inside, the two visited various rooms, opening a closed cabinet and taking an empty, wrapped Christmas present that was used for display before putting it back. But then they were interrupted when the museum’s alarm started ringing. On a surveillance camera, a security guard saw the two...

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Analysis reveals nearly 200 died in Texas cold storm and blackouts, almost double the official count

Analysis reveals nearly 200 died in Texas cold storm and blackouts, almost double the official count

The deaths of nearly 200 people are linked to February’s cold snap and blackouts, a Houston Chronicle analysis reveals, making the natural disaster one of the worst in Texas this past century.The tally, which is nearly double the state’s official count, comes from an investigation of reports from medical examiners, justices of the peace and Department of State Health Services, as well as lawsuits and news stories.The state count, which is preliminary, has yet to incorporate some deaths already flagged by medical examiners as storm-related.The 194 deaths identified by the Chronicle so far...

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'You can't breathe': Sugar Land mom grieves loss of kids, mother in fire during freeze

'You can't breathe': Sugar Land mom grieves loss of kids, mother in fire during freeze

After playing cards and spending time together by the fireplace Monday, the tired family headed to sleep, brushing their teeth and tucking into beds as the Houston region descended into .The family’s home in Sugar Land, like millions of others across the Lone Star state by then, had no power.Edison, 8, went to the room of his 11-year-old sister, Olivia, which had bunk beds. The children’s grandmother, Loan Le, planned to sleep with the youngest, 5-year-old Colette. And the children’s mother, 41-year-old Jackie Nguyen, headed to her room.Those are the final moments Nguyen recalls about the...

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San Francisco police to stop releasing suspect mug shots in effort to prevent racial bias

San Francisco police to stop releasing suspect mug shots in effort to prevent racial bias

Photo: Liz Hafalia / The Chronicle 2018Police in San Francisco will stop releasing mug shots of most people who have been arrested, a change that Chief Bill Scott described as a groundbreaking attempt to curb implicit bias in policing.The publication of mug shots on social media or in the news “creates an illusory correlation for viewers that fosters racial bias and vastly overstates the propensity of Black and brown men to engage in criminal behavior,” Scott said Wednesday as he issued the directive.Mug shots have been at the center of controversies in recent years — particularly when...

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Coronavirus live updates: US quickly authorizes remdesivir, first coronavirus drug

Coronavirus live updates: US quickly authorizes remdesivir, first coronavirus drug

The Chronicle’s Live Updates page documents the latest events in the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area, the state of California and across the U.S. with a focus on health and economic impacts.The San Francisco Chronicle’s ongoing coverage is available to subscribers. for full access and to support our work.Total coronavirus cases:• 51,896 in California, including 2,121 deaths.• 8,257 in the Bay Area, including 304 deaths.• More than 1.1 million in the U.S., including 64,789 deaths. The five states with the highest death tolls are New York with 24,039; New Jersey with 7,538; Michigan with...

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May 2, 2020
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