(CNN/KPRC) - A Houston reporter had no idea a hail storm victim's interview would become an internet sensation.
"Soon as I posted on my Facebook it's a 'kabooyow, kabooyow and boy that hail just came in," said Michelle Clark. "I looked out, I opened my door and looked out my door and it hit me in the head, I took off running I ran to my restroom and called my momma so see if she was all right.
"We had a hail party at two o'clock this morning, everybody was outside. Man, those chunkers was big, size of a quarter, dog gone. They were big, they were hitting hard too, man. Look at this, here in Brookshire, Texas. Man, it's like snowing in March."
John Smith with your forecast and Kim Vallez with your afternoon headlines.
Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan Houston is accused of using his work office as his campaign office and tonight the Code of Conduct Review Board will hold a hearing Wednesday night on the issue.
APD is looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a pedestrian.
The end of the John McCluckey sentencing phase is drawing nearer.
For the first time New Mexico is requiring high school students to pass end-of-course exams or else they will not graduate. However, APS leaders will meet Wednesday to talk about an alternative to those tests.
Your weather and top stories of the day with Elizabeth Alvarez, Matt Mauro and meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke.
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