Badge & Gun

Editorial Reprint: Officer Moody died for Houston

Editor’s Note: this is a reprint of an editorial in The Houston Post that appeared after the line-of-duty death of Officer Kenneth Moody. Law-abiding Houstonians are shocked by the fatal shooting of a Houston policeman and the serious wounding of another within the short space of a few hours Tuesday night.  Ten Houston policemen have Read More

Fallen Heroes: Officer Elston Howard

July 19, 1988 Elston Morris Howard was born on September 18, 1963, in Houston. He attended Betsy Ross Elementary School, Burbank Junior High School and graduated from the Houston Contemporary Learning Center in 1982. He served the City of Houston as a community service officer before joining the department in HPD Cadet Class No. 111, Read More

Thank You Notes to the HPOU

Houston Police Officers’ Union, Thank you so much for the beautiful pot plant that was sent for Thomas Baker. The Honor Guard and escort service was appreciated. We had many nice comments on their service. Thank you, The Thomas Baker Family   The family of Floyd William Daigle acknowledges with deep appreciation your kind expression Read More

Obituaries of HPD Family Members

  AUTRY Vermel Chambers Autry passed away on Friday, January 11, 2019, at the age of 85. She is the mother of Senior Customer Service Clerk Shirley Merritt, assigned to the Records Division. Services were held January 19 with burial in Graham.   BAKER Retired Sergeant Thomas E. Baker passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018, Read More

The latest from Kelsey Seybold

GERD relief starts with lifestyle and dietary changes, says Kelsey-Seybold Gastroenterology specialist Ever feel a burning sensation in your chest or throat? That’s what’s known as heartburn. Oftentimes you can taste stomach fluid in the back of your mouth. It’s not uncommon to have heartburn from time to time, but when the burning sensation occurs Read More

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