HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Emma Lopez was on her way home on Dec. 2, 2018 from the same Galleria hotel where she had worked for 28 years.She walked the same route she had walked so many times before, from the bus stop down Corporate Drive. As she crossed at Stroud, she was hit by a driver who appeared to have run the stop sign.Her injuries were fatal.She was less than a block from the southwest Houston home where lived with her daughter for decades."Yes, my mom and me. I miss her too much," said her daughter, through tears.The female driver who hit Lopez stopped for a short time. Video from a neighbor's camera shows her getting out of her small, dark-colored SUV.She walks toward Lopez and convulses. She gets back inside and turns on her hazard lights. She drives a few feet, stops and then leaves for good.Houston police released the video Monday. They are asking for the public's help in identifying her. The victim's daughter wants to know one thing."If I had the opportunity to talk to … [Read more...] about Mother killed while crossing SW Houston street after work
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In New York, protesters chanted "shame!" and sang "shut detention down!" at the kickoff of a march denouncing the Trump administration's policy of separating families of people caught crossing the border illegally. Crowds gathered in sweltering 86-degree morning heat at a Manhattan park before a planned march across the Brooklyn Bridge to Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn, near the federal courthouse. … [Read more...] about Protesters hit streets in cities across U.S. over Trump immigration policy
Jeff Neal, director of traffic engineering, said during an Oct. 23 Environmental Quality and Public Works council committee meeting that lowering the speed limits on downtown streets will not dramatically slow traffic. But lowering speeds will make it safer for pedestrians, he said. … [Read more...] about Lexington is lowering speed limits on several downtown streets. Find out where.
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CRM Companies has proposed renovating and expanding the Lexington Herald-Leader building on main Street for a new city government building for Lexington. CRM was one of four developers who responded to a request for proposals for a new city hall. EOP Architects … [Read more...] about Lexington council seeks public input on moving city hall