FOX 26 News Brief for April 4, 2018

New charges were filed against the woman accused of shooting a man on a Facebook Live stream. Cassandra Damper turned herself in today. She's now charged with aggravated assault with reckless serious bodily injury.

A Houston man who police say is a violent pimp and human trafficker is behind bars tonight. Police say 27-year-old Marquis Holmes forced at least ten women into prostitution.

Strong storms overnight caused millions of dollars in damage at Hobby Airport. 80 mile per hour winds destroyed a hangar and damaged nearby aircrafts.

Caught on video, a masked gunman fired at a pizza delivery driver yesterday. Montgomery County deputies think it was an attempted robbery. The driver was sent to a house on Tanglewood Drive in Magnolia, but the resident hadn't ordered anything. As she was leaving, a Chevy Tahoe blocked her in.

The Galveston County Health District opened a second testing site for Coastal Health & Wellness patients who are being asked to come in for testing. It's at the Coastal Health & Wellness Clinic on Broadway in Galveston.

A major vote by Houston City Council today in direct response to the massive flooding from Hurricane Harvey. All new construction in the city's flood plains now have to be built two feet above the projected water level in a 500-year flood.

Today marks 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His legacy is being remembered across the country. Here in Houston, HISD students discussed Dr. King in class and read quotes from some of his speeches.

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