FOX 26 Digital News Brief for May 11, 2018

Fifteen years after killing her cheating husband by running him over with her car, Clara Harris is out on parole. She was smiling as she walked out of prison on Friday morning and will be headed to Galveston County.

Final examinations wrapped up at the Houston Community College central campus after being delayed as the result of a mass shooting threat. The threats allegedly came from an HCC student named Luis Antonio Rivera, who appeared in court on Friday.

The FBI is searching for a violent bank robber who grabbed a clerk around the neck at Plains Capital Bank on Griggs Road on Monday.

The Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to give Superintendent Dr. Lance Hindt $750,000 in separation pay. After he was hit with allegations of bullying in his past and suggestions of academic dishonesty, Hindt announced his resignation at a special board meeting on Thursday night.

The Houston Independent School District is looking forward to hiring 300 bus drivers to help handle recent transportation matters.

A man surprised his wife for Mother's Day by using Adobe Photoshop to place their deceased daughter into his wife's graduation photo. She said it was the best gift she could have received.

You saw her story First on FOX 26 News and since then, it has attracted nationwide attention. Ieshia Champs is a single mother to five children. She inspired thousands of people online with her law school graduation photos. She graduates this weekend.

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