FOX 26 News Brief for Tuesday, August 28

The families of two Atascocita High School students killed in a drunk driving crash have filed wrongful death lawsuits. 16-year-old Chloe Robison and Salma Gomez died when the car they were in crashed back in July.

Troy Parker, 20, is accused of killing his teenage girlfriend Sabrina Herrera. Missouri City Police said that Parker told them he killed Herrera at his home, then stuffed her body in the trunk of a car.

A North Texas jury found a former Balch Springs police officer guilty of murdering an unarmed 15-year-old black teenager. Roy Oliver shot and killed Jordan Edwards as Edwards was leaving a party last April.

The nurse accused of posting information on social media about a measles patient at Texas Children's Hospital is no longer employed there.

The Houston Health Department is urging parents to vaccinate their children.

The Rhodes School for Performing Arts Northshore Campus could be closed for quite a while. Administrators for the charter school were in Austin today, trying to convince the Texas Education Agency to reopen the school.