HOUSTON -- Here are five of this morning's top headlines along with your weather forecast from KHOU 11 News:
Flash Flood Watch though the afternoon
The worst of this morning's rain is now pushing east of I-45 and dissipating. This is welcome relief for parts of Fort Bend, Brazoria and Galveston Counties that experienced flooding overnight. A Flash Flood Watch continues through the afternoon today, however. Tap here for the forecast.
Manhunt underway after man shoots neighbor, HPD says
Police are looking for a gunman in northeast Houston after a man allegedly shot his neighbor. A 911 call about a person being shot came in before 4 a.m. Tuesday from a home on Shotwell south of Bennington. Tap here to read more.
Search continues for alleged killer who uploaded Facebook video
Authorities on the hunt for a suspect who they say fatally shot an elderly Cleveland man in a gruesome video posted on Facebook say his last known location was at the shooting site. Police and the FBI in Cleveland said Monday that the suspect, 37-year-old Steve Stephens, could still be in the city or in surrounding states. Tap here to read more.
Mattis: North Korea's failed missile launch a reckless provocation
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday that North Korea had "recklessly" attempted to provoke a response with its latest missile launch. Mattis, who landed Tuesday in Saudi Arabia, told reporters on his plane that the missile that blew up shortly after launch on Saturday was not an intercontinental ballistic type capable of reaching the United States. Tap here to read more.
French smash 'imminent' terror strike ahead of election
Two "radicalized" French men suspected of planning an imminent terror attack days before the nation's contentious presidential election were arrested Tuesday in Marseille, authorities said. Tap here to read more.
HOUSTON'S WEATHER: Scattered rain today & tomorrow