HOUSTON -- Here are five of this morning's top headlines along with your weather forecast from KHOU 11 News:
United CEO says employees followed procedures, flier was 'belligerent'
United Airlines employees used proper protocols when a man was dragged from his seat and off a plane, and the passenger was "disruptive and belligerent," United CEO Oscar Munoz told employees in a letter issued late Monday. Tap here to read more & watch a video report.
What may have driven Bill Kenny to kill?
The man suspected of ambushing Deputy Clint Greenwood last week was apparently holding a grudge against Harris County that dated back to 2012. Baytown police identified 64-year-old Bill Kenny as Greenwood’s killer late Sunday night, only to learn he had killed himself the day after Greenwood was gunned down. Tap here to read more.
Update: Gunman kills wife, child, self at San Bernardino elementary school
A gunman burst into a special needs classroom Monday and killed a teacher and an 8-year-old student, the latest wave of violence to horrify a community that is still torn by the 2015 terror attacks. Tap here to read more.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley resigns; lieutenant governor replaces him
Alabama's governor, embroiled in impeachment proceedings that began Monday, resigned Monday afternoon amid a criminal probe into claims of misuse of state resources to pursue and later cover up his affair with a former staffer. Tap here for more.
Grand opening for new Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Baytown
Dozens of people camped out overnight at the new Krispy Kreme on Garth Road for a chance to win free doughnuts for a year. The first 100 people in line get a special wristband that they can turn in for coupons that give them the free doughnuts after the store opens this morning. Check out the video and the conversation on our Facebook page, tap here.
HOUSTON'S WEATHER: Chance for rain increases at lunchtime