Top stories this morning Oct. 23, 2015

Police asking for help from the public to find the person who shot and killed a man early on Friday morning. The victim was able to contact police before he died. if you have any information that could lead to an arrest, please contact Crime Stoppers of Houston anonymously by phone at 713-222-8477 (TIPS).

Surveillance video captured images of a man as he approached a resident of at an apartment complex on Wilcrest Drive in southwest Houston, pointed a gun at him, forced him to the ground and took his wallet.

The family of a young mother, who was killed after police say an elderly driver lost control of a sport utility vehicle that crashed into the H-E-B store in Gulfgate Center, has filed a million-dollar wrongful death lawsuit. The suit claims H-E-B is responsible for the deadly accident because the posts outside the store were poorly designed. 74-year-old Dorothy Barnes drove through two spheres into the store. A statement released by
H-E-B says it is investigating and committed to helping the family.

A U.S. Army special operator killed in Iraq marks the first U.S. military combat casualty since the launch of the campaign against ISIS. The death was reported on Thursday as U.S. troops and Iraqi forces raided a compound and freed around 70 ISIS hostages facing execution. U.S. forces killed ten ISIS hostage takers during that raid.

After a marathon 11-hour session, the House of Representatives Benghazi committee meeting to hear Hillary Clinton's testimony has adjourned for now. Republican leaders say several dozen more witnesses may testify. The former Secretary of State was grilled by House Republicans about the handling of the deadly 2012 attack in the State Department facility in Benghazi, Libya. The incident led to the death of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Democrats are considering boycotting the committee that is investigating this incident.

Former Rhode Island Senator Lincoln Chafee is ending his Democratic Presidental campaign after failing to gain traction against Clinton and Bernie Sanders. He made the announcement at a women's forum organized by the Democratic National Committee.