HOUSTON -- Here are five of this morning's top headlines along with your weather forecast from KHOU 11 News:

United says controversial flight was not overbooked; CEO apologizes again

The CEO of United Airlines apologized again Tuesday amid a global uproar sparked when a passenger was dragged screaming from his seat on a flight that, it turns out, wasn't even overbooked. Tap here to read more.

Robber drives into pond after shooting in N. Harris County

Deputies responded to reports of gunfire at a mobile home community in northern Harris County to find a car in a retention pond. Tap here to read more.

China willing to work with US on ending N. Korea's nuclear weapons program

Chinese President Xi Jinping told President Donald Trump in a phone call Wednesday that Beijing was willing to work with Washington on ending North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, but wants a peaceful solution. Tap here to read more.

UPDATE- HPD: Woman struck, killed on Highway 6

A pedestrian was hit and killed by a car in west Houston on Tuesday night, police said. According to the Houston Police Department, the incident happened around 8:45 p.m. in the 2800 block of Highway 6 at Richmond Avenue.  Tap here to read more.

Murder charge filed against missing local woman's boyfriend

The boyfriend of a woman who vanished in late March has been charged with her murder. Homicide detectives believe Miguel Buezo shot and killed 26-year-old Karen Ramirez and dumped her body in southeast Houston. Tap here to read more.


HOUSTON'S WEATHER: Mix of sun and clouds with a slight rain chance