Nancy Shank: Her son remains in jailNancy Shank, the River Oaks- area mom who was stabbed to death by her mentally disturbed son, is being buried today; the funeral service is at St. John the Divine on River Oaks Boulevard. While it's going on, her 20-year-old son will remain in a Harris Cou ... More >>
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