FOX 26 News Brief for May 10, 2018

Houston police are racing against the clock to find a missing 12-year-old girl who they believe is in danger. Jennifer Castillo was last seen at the apartment complex where she lives in southeast Houston.

Police have charged 21-year-old Luis Antonio Rivera with making a terroristic threat. According to investigators, he made threats on social media resulting in Houston Community College's central campus shutting down for two days.

A warrant is out for Saveion Mahood. Rosenberg Police said he's the man who exposed himself to two young girls this week.

One person is dead after their call fell over the overpass on Grand Parkway at 2920. It happened just before 2 p.m. Thursday.

The Houston Independent School District Board of Trustees is meeting tonight. The last board meeting turned chaotic, with some protestors arrested and dragged out.

Three Sugar Land Police officers are being called heroes, after they were caught on camera rescuing a woman Saturday morning. The woman is a night shift nurse who was on her way home, when she fell asleep and drove into a lake.

Allegations of sexual abuse are rocking one of Houston's most elite prep schools. An email sent to parents and alumni of the Kinkaid School said an investigation found four faculty members engaged in sexual misconduct between the late 1960's and early 1990's.