The Weekly Rewind (March 21 - March 27)
THE WOODLANDS, TX - The news never stops in and around The Woodlands and Texas. Here are some of the most read stories from last week, March 21 - March 27.
Eight-year-old, Kendall, has sickle cell anemia, a blood disease that causes a lack of healthy red blood cells needed to carry oxygen throughout the body. Common symptoms include anemia, episodes of pain, swelling of hands and feet, frequent infections, delayed growth, and vision problems.
St. Luke’s Health-The Woodlands Hospital announced today a new way for eligible individuals to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
It’s been 15 months since Thalia Macias went missing from Houston, Texas on December 16, 2019. Today, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, the Katy Police Department in Texas, and Thalia’s family are seeking the public’s help to find this missing 16-year-old girl.
As a result of the investigation, including the details learned from the autopsy, it is believed that this was a case of murder/suicide in which Abigail Dacles Epstein (40 years old) shot her husband David Berry Epstein (37 years old) then took her own life.
Children of all ages can now immerse themselves in the world of cooking with the opening the Young Chefs Academy, the nation’s original children’s cooking franchise, in The Woodlands.
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