5 things to know Wednesday: Video of possible suspect in deputy's murder

KHOU 11's Melissa Correa reports

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

Take a close look at this video of a possible murder suspect

You may be able to help solve a crime. Baytown Police have released a video clip of a possible suspect in the murder of a deputy constable. Assistant Chief Deputy Clinton Greenwood was fatally shot Monday morning in Baytown and the multi-agency investigation into the ambush-style killing continues. Tap here for more.

Chase ends in deadly rollover crash in Channelview

Deputies believe alcohol played a part in a high-speed chase and deadly crash in Channelview overnight. A deputy tried to make a traffic stop, but the driver took off. Several deputies chased him on E. Sam Houston Parkway. Tap here to read more.

Romo: Texans was atop wishlist before retiring

After making the decision to retire and join CBS on Tuesday , former Cowboysquarterback Tony Romo revealed some news that’s probably going to make a lot of people in Houston sad. Tap here to read more.

Panera Bread agrees to sale to Krispy Kreme owner, will go private

The investment firm that controls the Krispy Kreme chain and coffee brands Keurig, Peet's and Caribou reached an agreement to acquire Panera Bread and turn it into a private company. JAB is expanding its empire of coffee-related brands with the acquisition of publicly traded Panera in a deal worth more than $7 billion. Tap here to read more.

North Korea launches ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi summit

North Korea fired a newly developed powerful ballistic missile into its eastern waters Wednesday, U.S. and South Korean officials said, amid worries the North might conduct nuclear or long-range rocket tests ahead of the first summit between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping this week. Tap here to read more.

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HOUSTON'S WEATHER: Breezy and sunny today after early-morning rain

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