FOX 26 News Brief for June 28, 2018

At least five people are dead and several are gravely injured after a gunman opened fire at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland. Police have the suspected gunman in custody.

Galveston police released the identity of the officer accused of killing an 18-year-old during a traffic stop earlier this week.

Dust from the Sahara Desert is set to arrive in Houston this weekend, meaning some hazy conditions and problems for people with allergies.

Thieves smashed into at least 35 cars, trucks and SUV's at the Marquis at Sugar Land Apartments over night. Residents awoke to find shattered glass littering their seats, and some of their belongings stolen.

Sugar Land police are hoping excellent security camera footage will help them catch a gun-toting tool thief who they say pointed a gun at a woman's head. The man hit the Sugar Land Home Depot earlier this week and hit another Home Depot on Westheimer earlier that same day. 

Houston Airport System officials expect it to be a busy summer overall. The TSA is warning that tomorrow could be one of its busiest days yet.

One of the city's largest parks will soon charge for parking. Parking meters will be put up in certain sections of Memorial Park.