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  • Community meeting pits third ward residents against school District officials

    Community meeting pits third ward residents against school District officials

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:48 PM EDT2014-09-17 02:48:25 GMT
    There's a lot of concern in Houston's third ward about H.I.S.D.s plans for rebuilding Jack Yates High School. The school district wanted to discuss only one issue but residents demanded that their voices be heard. Randy Wallace reports.
    There's a lot of concern in Houston's third ward about H.I.S.D.s plans for rebuilding Jack Yates High School. The school district wanted to discuss only one issue but residents demanded that their voices be heard. Randy Wallace reports.
  • Houston-area weather forecast

    Houston-area weather forecast

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:01 PM EDT2014-09-17 01:01:14 GMT
    Today will be very warm and steamy with only a few cooling showers.
    Today will be very warm and steamy with only a few cooling showers.
  • MD Anderson doctor on trial for alleged poisoning of co worker

    MD Anderson doctor on trial for alleged poisoning of co worker

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:57 PM EDT2014-09-17 00:57:02 GMT
    The dramatics continue to play out in a downtown Houston courtroom where an MD Anderson Cancer Center doctor is on trial for allegedly poisoning a fellow physician whom she was having an affair. The criminal courthouse isn't located too far from the Texas Medical Center but the details coming from the courtroom about Dr. Ana Gonzalez describe a woman who is a world away from being a respected MD Anderson oncologist. "Would you say she was inconsistent?” Prosecutor Justin Keiter asks MD Anders...
    The dramatics continue to play out in a downtown Houston courtroom where an MD Anderson Cancer Center doctor is on trial for allegedly poisoning a fellow physician whom she was having an affair. The criminal courthouse isn't located too far from the Texas Medical Center but the details coming from the courtroom about Dr. Ana Gonzalez describe a woman who is a world away from being a respected MD Anderson oncologist. "Would you say she was inconsistent?” Prosecutor Justin Keiter asks MD Anders...
  • VA Seeking Trust, Many Veterans Skeptical

    VA Seeking Trust, Many Veterans Skeptical

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:54 PM EDT2014-09-17 00:54:20 GMT
    Three dozen or so veterans, one room and a whole lot of gripesThe VA calls it a "listening post" on how well the needs of three quarters of a million veterans in this region are being met."As much as the VA saved my life, I could have lost my life just because the doctors would not communicate with each other from one place to the other," said a Vietnam War Veteran turned Southern Baptist minister."I want to be the first to acknowledge that we have not served all our veterans in the timely an...
    Three dozen or so veterans, one room and a whole lot of gripesThe VA calls it a "listening post" on how well the needs of three quarters of a million veterans in this region are being met."As much as the VA saved my life, I could have lost my life just because the doctors would not communicate with each other from one place to the other," said a Vietnam War Veteran turned Southern Baptist minister."I want to be the first to acknowledge that we have not served all our veterans in the timely an...
  • After the Newscast: Adrian Peterson

    After the Newscast: Adrian Peterson

  • Outrage over new Yates High School building plans

    Outrage over new Yates High School building plans

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:57 PM EDT2014-09-16 21:57:15 GMT
    There's outrage over HISD plans to build a new Yates High School. The $59 million bond project is in the planning stages, but several people in the community aren't keeping quiet.
    There's outrage over HISD plans to build a new Yates High School. The $59 million bond project is in the planning stages, but several people in the community aren't keeping quiet.
  • Woman Arrested For Running Through School in Bra, Underwear

    Woman Arrested For Running Through School in Bra, Underwear

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 5:25 PM EDT2014-09-16 21:25:59 GMT
    Twenty-three-year-old Chesie Lawton was arrested Monday for criminal trespassing after she was accused of running through Westside Elementary School's cafeteria. What she was wearing -- or rather not wearing – caught everyone's attention.
    Twenty-three-year-old Chesie Lawton was arrested Monday for criminal trespassing after she was accused of running through Westside Elementary School's cafeteria. What she was wearing -- or rather not wearing – caught everyone's attention.
  • Man pleads in Houston guilty to tax fraud scam

    Man pleads in Houston guilty to tax fraud scam

    A man living in Houston faces more than 20 years in prison for running a tax returns scam in which at least 600 people had their identities stolen.
    A man living in Houston faces more than 20 years in prison for running a tax returns scam in which at least 600 people had their identities stolen.
  • Federal court declines to stop woman's execution

    Federal court declines to stop woman's execution

    A federal appeals court has refused to stop this week's scheduled execution of a North Texas woman for the starvation and torture death of her lover's 9-year-old son a decade ago.
    A federal appeals court has refused to stop this week's scheduled execution of a North Texas woman for the starvation and torture death of her lover's 9-year-old son a decade ago.
  • Extra billions in Austin will draw calls for spending and tax cuts

    Extra billions in Austin will draw calls for spending and tax cuts

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:46:32 GMT
    Whether it's carefully saved or an unexpected windfall, it's fairly safe to say when there's surplus cash on hand, most folks and especially politicians are inclined to spend it.
    Whether it's carefully saved or an unexpected windfall, it's fairly safe to say when there's surplus cash on hand, most folks and especially politicians are inclined to spend it.
  • Houston police investigate body near reservoir

    Houston police investigate body near reservoir

    Houston police are investigating a man found dead near a reservoir.
    Houston police are investigating a man found dead near a reservoir.
  • Railroad officials investigate Houston derailment

    Railroad officials investigate Houston derailment

    Texas railroad officials are investigating a derailment at a southeast Houston train yard.
    Texas railroad officials are investigating a derailment at a southeast Houston train yard.
  • Texas couple sentenced in child death case

    Texas couple sentenced in child death case

    A Pasadena man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and his wife has received probation for injuring their 10-month-old son who died after being scalded.
    A Pasadena man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and his wife has received probation for injuring their 10-month-old son who died after being scalded.
  • Even Very Intelligent & Educated People Can Get Into Trouble When Relationship Goes Bad

    Even Very Intelligent & Educated People Can Get Into Trouble When Relationship Goes Bad

     

  • 25-YEAR-OLD MAN LEADS POLICE ON HI SPEED CHASE WITH TWO SMALL KIDS IN TOW

    25-YEAR-OLD MAN LEADS POLICE ON HI SPEED CHASE WITH TWO SMALL KIDS IN TOW

    Monday, September 15 2014 10:43 PM EDT2014-09-16 02:43:13 GMT
    THE 25-YEAR-OLD DRIVER REMAINS JAILED AFTER TAKING COPS ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT ENDS WITH A SHOCKING DISCOVERY.POLICE SAY HE WAS TRAVELING OVER 100 MILES AN HOUR, SOMETIMES GOING THE WRONG WAY WITH HIS TWO SMALL CHILDREN UNRESTRAINED IN THE BACK SEAT.OUR RANDY WALLACE REPORTS.
    THE 25-YEAR-OLD DRIVER REMAINS JAILED AFTER TAKING COPS ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT ENDS WITH A SHOCKING DISCOVERY.POLICE SAY HE WAS TRAVELING OVER 100 MILES AN HOUR, SOMETIMES GOING THE WRONG WAY WITH HIS TWO SMALL CHILDREN UNRESTRAINED IN THE BACK SEAT.OUR RANDY WALLACE REPORTS.
  • When is spanking too much?

    When is spanking too much?

    Monday, September 15 2014 10:18 PM EDT2014-09-16 02:18:04 GMT
    They're the joy of our lives..But sometimes kids can misbehave and that's when parents take action."And if you don't be quiet, and if you don't be quiet you will get a spanking and then he won't be quiet, so he gets a spanking," says Tracy Leckelt, who supports spanking.Tracy Leckelt has spanked her son, Laythan, a few times.And when she does, he knows she's not playing.We asked her son, "So you know when they say, "I'm going to give you a spanking" You know that means business right?" Little...
    They're the joy of our lives..But sometimes kids can misbehave and that's when parents take action."And if you don't be quiet, and if you don't be quiet you will get a spanking and then he won't be quiet, so he gets a spanking," says Tracy Leckelt, who supports spanking.Tracy Leckelt has spanked her son, Laythan, a few times.And when she does, he knows she's not playing.We asked her son, "So you know when they say, "I'm going to give you a spanking" You know that means business right?" Little...
  • Texas DPS investigate possible leaked info into Adrian Peterson case

    Texas DPS investigate possible leaked info into Adrian Peterson case

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:52 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:52:53 GMT
    In an email to Fox 26 news, a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) confirmed the agency will launch an investigation into a leak of information from a current Adrian Peterson case file.Peterson, a Texas native, is currently a running back for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League and was recently indicted on a child abuse charge in Montgomery County. Police in Houston, which is located in Harris County, originally handled the report, but turned it over ...
    In an email to Fox 26 news, a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) confirmed the agency will launch an investigation into a leak of information from a current Adrian Peterson case file.Peterson, a Texas native, is currently a running back for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League and was recently indicted on a child abuse charge in Montgomery County. Police in Houston, which is located in Harris County, originally handled the report, but turned it over ...
  • Adrian Peterson new court date now cleared to play on Sunday

    Adrian Peterson new court date now cleared to play on Sunday

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:50 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:50:23 GMT
    Adrian Peterson has a new date for his court appearance in Montgomery County.The NFL player who was indicted and arrested over the weekend is scheduled to be in court October 8th in Conroe on the allegation he went too far disciplining his young son. The Minnesota Vikings player also said in a statement he released Monday he didn't me to harm his child or become a distraction to the team.This comes as he is cleared to play this Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.Jerome Solomon is a host at...
    Adrian Peterson has a new date for his court appearance in Montgomery County.The NFL player who was indicted and arrested over the weekend is scheduled to be in court October 8th in Conroe on the allegation he went too far disciplining his young son. The Minnesota Vikings player also said in a statement he released Monday he didn't me to harm his child or become a distraction to the team.This comes as he is cleared to play this Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.Jerome Solomon is a host at...
  • Historic Oak Tree facing danger of being uprooted

    Historic Oak Tree facing danger of being uprooted

  • Vikings bring back Peterson despite abuse charge

    Vikings bring back Peterson despite abuse charge

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:31 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:31:23 GMT
    The Minnesota Vikings are reinstating Adrian Peterson this week after he was charged with child abuse and say he will play on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
    The Minnesota Vikings have seen the details. They have seen photos of the injuries that Adrian Peterson's 4-year-old son suffered at the hands of the star running back. They have a history of punishing players who have...
  • 2 sentenced in auto insurance fraud scheme

    2 sentenced in auto insurance fraud scheme

    Two individuals have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme that authorities say defrauded insurance companies of more than $3 million.
    Two individuals have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme that authorities say defrauded insurance companies of more than $3 million.
  • Ex-roommate of NC man accused in 2009 murder

    Ex-roommate of NC man accused in 2009 murder

    New Hanover County authorities say the former roommate of a man whose body was found on a local road in 2009 has been indicted in connection with his death.
    New Hanover County authorities say the former roommate of a man whose body was found on a local road in 2009 has been indicted in connection with his death.
  • Remax beauty for a miracle fashion show

    Remax beauty for a miracle fashion show

     

  • RB Adrian Peterson to appear in court Wednesday

    RB Adrian Peterson to appear in court Wednesday

    Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will make his first court appearance Wednesday in Texas on a child abuse charge.
    Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will make his first court appearance Wednesday in Texas on a child abuse charge.
  • Vikings miss Peterson in 30-7 loss to Patriots

    Vikings miss Peterson in 30-7 loss to Patriots

    Sunday, September 14 2014 7:10 PM EDT2014-09-14 23:10:54 GMT
    Adrian Peterson did not accompany the Minnesota Vikings to the stadium on Sunday for the game against the New England Patriots. The star running back is keeping his distance in the wake of child abuse charges that...
    The face of the franchise was nowhere to be found as the Minnesota Vikings flailed away against the New England Patriots on Sunday, and it's not clear when, if ever, Adrian Peterson will rejoin them.
  • Jazz-funk pioneer Joe Sample dies at 75

    Jazz-funk pioneer Joe Sample dies at 75

    Sunday, September 14 2014 1:09 AM EDT2014-09-14 05:09:43 GMT
    Pianist and composer Joe Sample, a founding member of the genre-crossing Jazz Crusaders who helped pioneer the electronic jazz-funk fusion style, has died at age 75.
    By CHARLES J. GANS Associated Press Pianist and composer Joe Sample, a founding member of the genre-crossing Jazz Crusaders who helped pioneer the electronic jazz-funk fusion style, has died. He was 75.
  • 100 Seized animals arrive at the SPCA

    100 Seized animals arrive at the SPCA

    Friday, September 12 2014 10:23 PM EDT2014-09-13 02:23:45 GMT
    They didn't ask to be here. They didn't ask to be packed into these wet and filthy kennels. Who knows how long they would've been here if someone hadn't spoken up"We basically had a complaint made by the neighbors. We investigated the complaint and found large number of animals." said Lt. Marshall Settegast with the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.A large number of very large animals. These are Irish wolfhounds, the tallest of all the breeds. They found seventy-three of them plus a number o...
    They didn't ask to be here. They didn't ask to be packed into these wet and filthy kennels. Who knows how long they would've been here if someone hadn't spoken up"We basically had a complaint made by the neighbors. We investigated the complaint and found large number of animals." said Lt. Marshall Settegast with the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.A large number of very large animals. These are Irish wolfhounds, the tallest of all the breeds. They found seventy-three of them plus a number o...
  • Harris County prosecutor accused of corruption by opponent

    Harris County prosecutor accused of corruption by opponent

    Friday, September 12 2014 8:11 PM EDT2014-09-13 00:11:31 GMT
    Kim Ogg wants to be Harris County's next District Attorney and today she gave voters a reason to question the integrity of the lawyer currently holding the job.
    Kim Ogg wants to be Harris County's next District Attorney and today she gave voters a reason to question the integrity of the lawyer currently holding the job.
  • Hike and bike park in Katy includes tribute to CanCare, Inc. and military veterans

    Hike and bike park in Katy includes tribute to CanCare, Inc. and military veterans

    You have likely seen huge holes dug into the ground next to major construction projects - they are storm drainage ditches and they are usually eyesores, but FOX 26 reporter Andrea Watkins shows that they can be a lot more.
  • FOX First Take: Utopia

    FOX First Take: Utopia

  • Vikings star RB Adrian Peterson indicted in child injury case

    Vikings star RB Adrian Peterson indicted in child injury case

    Friday, September 12 2014 6:30 PM EDT2014-09-12 22:30:29 GMT
    Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Montgomery County for reckless or negligent injury to a child.
    Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Montgomery County for reckless or negligent injury to a child.
  • Teen convicted, sentenced in Spring High School stabbing death

    Teen convicted, sentenced in Spring High School stabbing death

    Friday, September 12 2014 3:36 PM EDT2014-09-12 19:36:21 GMT
    A jury has sentenced a teen gang member to the maximum prison sentence possible after they found him guilty of manslaughter in the stabbing death of another teen during an incident on the Spring High School campus in September 2013.
    A jury has sentenced a teen gang member to the maximum prison sentence possible after they found him guilty of manslaughter in the stabbing death of another teen during an incident on the Spring High School campus in September 2013.
  • Fundraiser to help send a child to college

    Fundraiser to help send a child to college

    Friday, September 12 2014 9:27 AM EDT2014-09-12 13:27:57 GMT
    Getting a good education can make all the difference in the world when it comes to landing a lucrative career but what about students who can't afford college? Well, that's where you come in. You don't have to donate money but maybe you will give a little time. The United Negro College Fund is hosting a walk and fundraiser Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Tom Bass Park.Cha'Mira Keener who graduated sixth in her class at Houston's Washington High School would not have been able to go to college...
    Getting a good education can make all the difference in the world when it comes to landing a lucrative career but what about students who can't afford college? Well, that's where you come in. You don't have to donate money but maybe you will give a little time. The United Negro College Fund is hosting a walk and fundraiser Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Tom Bass Park.Cha'Mira Keener who graduated sixth in her class at Houston's Washington High School would not have been able to go to college...
  • Houston store owner gets 4 years in ID theft cases

    Houston store owner gets 4 years in ID theft cases

    A Houston auto-related store owner has been sentenced to four years in federal prison in a wire fraud and identity theft case involving his business.
    A Houston auto-related store owner has been sentenced to four years in federal prison in a wire fraud and identity theft case involving his business.
  • Prosecutor: Man groped woman on Houston flight

    Prosecutor: Man groped woman on Houston flight

    Federal authorities have arrested a Japanese man who they say molested a female passenger on an international flight to Houston.
    Federal authorities have arrested a Japanese man who they say molested a female passenger on an international flight to Houston.
  • Fat Shaming: An in depth look on obesity

    Fat Shaming: An in depth look on obesity

  • HFD Station 11 work through September 11th anniversary

    HFD Station 11 work through September 11th anniversary

    Thursday, September 11 2014 10:24 PM EDT2014-09-12 02:24:49 GMT
    "Just like any other day coming to work,” a Houston firefighter says as he loads his gear into a Rescue 11.Senior Captain Billy Martin agrees."Same as always,” Martin says, before adding, “you always have that thought in the back of your mind. It can happen again."Their thoughts come on the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.Earlier in the morning, firefighters assigned to HFD's station 11 got a call. There was a 2 alarm fire at a high-rise in downtown Houston. The...
    "Just like any other day coming to work,” a Houston firefighter says as he loads his gear into a Rescue 11.Senior Captain Billy Martin agrees."Same as always,” Martin says, before adding, “you always have that thought in the back of your mind. It can happen again."Their thoughts come on the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.Earlier in the morning, firefighters assigned to HFD's station 11 got a call. There was a 2 alarm fire at a high-rise in downtown Houston. The...
  • 9/11 exhibit comes to Houston

    9/11 exhibit comes to Houston

    Thursday, September 11 2014 10:21 PM EDT2014-09-12 02:21:58 GMT
    When former NYPD police officer James Smith talks about his wife Moira. It's with a mix of pride and sadness. She was a police officer too, one of those heroes who rushed to danger on that horrible day instead of running away from it. She died when the South Tower collapsed."I promised myself I wouldn't mourn forever. I mourn privately but I celebrate her life daily." He says.That's why he's loaned some of her personal effects to the traveling Ground Zero 360 exhibit on display at the Holocau...
    When former NYPD police officer James Smith talks about his wife Moira. It's with a mix of pride and sadness. She was a police officer too, one of those heroes who rushed to danger on that horrible day instead of running away from it. She died when the South Tower collapsed."I promised myself I wouldn't mourn forever. I mourn privately but I celebrate her life daily." He says.That's why he's loaned some of her personal effects to the traveling Ground Zero 360 exhibit on display at the Holocau...
  • New terror fight casts shadow over 9/11 ceremonies

    New terror fight casts shadow over 9/11 ceremonies

    Thursday, September 11 2014 8:09 PM EDT2014-09-12 00:09:49 GMT
    A solemn reading of the names. Moments of silence to mark the precise times of tragedy. Stifled sobs of those still mourning.
    The nation's gathering war against a new upsurge in Islamic terror hung heavy over the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks Thursday, stirring both anxiety and determination among those who came to ground zero to...
  • Jury Deliberating Spring High Stabbing Case

    Jury Deliberating Spring High Stabbing Case

    Thursday, September 11 2014 7:36 PM EDT2014-09-11 23:36:26 GMT
    Will there be enough reasonable doubt emerging from a chaotic, fatal high school brawl to keep a teenager out of prison?That's the question a jury is wrestling with at the Harris County Criminal Court House.18 year old Luis Alfonso Alfaro is accused of murder in the death of fellow Spring High School student Joshua Broussard last September in the school's cafeteria.Alfaro, a member of the "Brown Pride" gang, allegedly stabbed Broussard eight time as retribution for a perceived insult.In closi...
    Will there be enough reasonable doubt emerging from a chaotic, fatal high school brawl to keep a teenager out of prison?That's the question a jury is wrestling with at the Harris County Criminal Court House.18 year old Luis Alfonso Alfaro is accused of murder in the death of fellow Spring High School student Joshua Broussard last September in the school's cafeteria.Alfaro, a member of the "Brown Pride" gang, allegedly stabbed Broussard eight time as retribution for a perceived insult.In closi...
  • Fort Bend County Launches Air Support

    Fort Bend County Launches Air Support

  • Sleeping burglar caught on the scene

    Sleeping burglar caught on the scene

  • Digital elements to saving money in stores

    Digital elements to saving money in stores

    Thursday, September 11 2014 3:52 PM EDT2014-09-11 19:52:13 GMT
    Fox 26's Ashley Johnson says couponing nowadays is so easy you don't have to worry about picking up a paper and grabbing the scissors. Digital coupons are the way to go and you grab one on your smartphone for almost any store.
    Fox 26's Ashley Johnson says couponing nowadays is so easy you don't have to worry about picking up a paper and grabbing the scissors. Digital coupons are the way to go and you grab one on your smartphone for almost any store.
  • What's going down H-town?

    What's going down H-town?

    Thursday, September 11 2014 3:41 PM EDT2014-09-11 19:41:13 GMT
    Texas Gatorfest 2014AnahuacFriday-Sundayhttp://www.texasgatorfest.com/index.phpPasadena Livestock Show and RodeoFriday – Saturdayhttp://www.pasadenatexas.com/pasadena_rodeo/Caddyshack Movie ScreeningMarket Square ParkFriday 8pmhttp://www.marketsquarepark.com/6th Annual Take Me Outdoors HoustonDiscovery GreenSaturday 10am - 5pmAfloat! A Parade on Water on Buffalo Bayou in DowntownSaturday 11am - 1pmhttp://ricedesignalliance.org/Pearland International Fest Spotlighting MexicoAll weekendhttp://...
    Texas Gatorfest 2014AnahuacFriday-Sundayhttp://www.texasgatorfest.com/index.phpPasadena Livestock Show and RodeoFriday – Saturdayhttp://www.pasadenatexas.com/pasadena_rodeo/Caddyshack Movie ScreeningMarket Square ParkFriday 8pmhttp://www.marketsquarepark.com/6th Annual Take Me Outdoors HoustonDiscovery GreenSaturday 10am - 5pmAfloat! A Parade on Water on Buffalo Bayou in DowntownSaturday 11am - 1pmhttp://ricedesignalliance.org/Pearland International Fest Spotlighting MexicoAll weekendhttp://...
  • Nobody hurt in fire at Houston's Alley Theatre

    Nobody hurt in fire at Houston's Alley Theatre

    Fire has damaged part of the under-renovation Alley Theatre in downtown Houston.
    Fire has damaged part of the under-renovation Alley Theatre in downtown Houston.
  • Galveston man gets 2 years in stolen benefits case

    Galveston man gets 2 years in stolen benefits case

    A Southeast Texas man has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing benefits meant for a woman who's been dead since 2003.
    A Southeast Texas man has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing benefits meant for a woman who's been dead since 2003.
  • President outlines strategy against ISIS

    President outlines strategy against ISIS

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 11:17 PM EDT2014-09-11 03:17:28 GMT
    In a rare prime-time appearance to discuss military action, President Obama outlined the strategy our country will use against the terrorist group ISIS.This is definitely a major reversal for the president as tonight's prime-time speech proved he is moving to deepen the U.S. military role in the volatile Middle East.The President Obama talked about how, with a new Iraqi government in place, and following talks with allies abroad and Congress at home, he announced that America will lead a broa...
    In a rare prime-time appearance to discuss military action, President Obama outlined the strategy our country will use against the terrorist group ISIS.This is definitely a major reversal for the president as tonight's prime-time speech proved he is moving to deepen the U.S. military role in the volatile Middle East.The President Obama talked about how, with a new Iraqi government in place, and following talks with allies abroad and Congress at home, he announced that America will lead a broa...
  • Texas performs 8th execution

    Texas performs 8th execution

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 11:10 PM EDT2014-09-11 03:10:14 GMT
    Death came in 22 minutes Wednesday night in Huntsville for a man convicted of killing two people 21 years ago.45 year old Willie Trottie was the 8th person to be executed in the state of Texas this year.He was convicted for the 1993 murders of his common law wife and brother in law Barbara and Titus Canada.Investigators say Trottie became enraged when Canada left him and filed a restraining order against the former security guard.Wednesday evening Trottie was on a gurney with two tubes in his...
    Death came in 22 minutes Wednesday night in Huntsville for a man convicted of killing two people 21 years ago.45 year old Willie Trottie was the 8th person to be executed in the state of Texas this year.He was convicted for the 1993 murders of his common law wife and brother in law Barbara and Titus Canada.Investigators say Trottie became enraged when Canada left him and filed a restraining order against the former security guard.Wednesday evening Trottie was on a gurney with two tubes in his...
  • Santellana Family speaks about their son’s killer not being punished.

    Santellana Family speaks about their son’s killer not being punished.

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:54 PM EDT2014-09-11 02:54:09 GMT
    It was back on November, 13 of 2013 that the life of the Santellana family changed forever."Someone took it upon himself to use lethal force when it wasn't needed," says Joseph Santellana, whose son was killed by an off duty officer.This father, tells us, it feels as if it all happened just yesterday......talking about the day his son Jonathen Santellana was killed by Rey Garza, an off duty Navasota officer who was working security at the Village of Copperfield Apartments.That night Garza tol...
    It was back on November, 13 of 2013 that the life of the Santellana family changed forever."Someone took it upon himself to use lethal force when it wasn't needed," says Joseph Santellana, whose son was killed by an off duty officer.This father, tells us, it feels as if it all happened just yesterday......talking about the day his son Jonathen Santellana was killed by Rey Garza, an off duty Navasota officer who was working security at the Village of Copperfield Apartments.That night Garza tol...
  • Couponing For Millenials, Shopping Smart to Save Big

    Couponing For Millenials, Shopping Smart to Save Big

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 7:01 PM EDT2014-09-10 23:01:56 GMT
    You probably saw your grandmother cutting these out and you might think it's old fashioned. But you, yes even the millennial generation, can keep more money in your wallet by couponing.Tiffany Ivanovsky is a busy mom of seven and an even busier couponer.“If I was not married with a whole bunch of kids, I would probably be getting a paper every week cutting out some coupons, but I would really take a look at what's available to me on my smartphone,” Ivanovsky said.If you take a page out of her...
    You probably saw your grandmother cutting these out and you might think it's old fashioned. But you, yes even the millennial generation, can keep more money in your wallet by couponing.Tiffany Ivanovsky is a busy mom of seven and an even busier couponer.“If I was not married with a whole bunch of kids, I would probably be getting a paper every week cutting out some coupons, but I would really take a look at what's available to me on my smartphone,” Ivanovsky said.If you take a page out of her...
  • El Campo Middle School Students OK After Pill Scare

    El Campo Middle School Students OK After Pill Scare

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 6:54 PM EDT2014-09-10 22:54:39 GMT
    Within minutes of word striking the net worried parents were clustering outside El Campo Middle School. The news - five students, three boys and two girls, all 8th graders, transported by Lifeflight to Houston's Memorial Hermann Hospital after ingesting pills.For anxious mothers and fathers, school suddenly didn't seem so safe."For right now let's just hope those kids get better," said Judy Servin, a parent of a daughter at ECMS."I feel so sorry for those people," said student Kimberly Regna....
    Within minutes of word striking the net worried parents were clustering outside El Campo Middle School. The news - five students, three boys and two girls, all 8th graders, transported by Lifeflight to Houston's Memorial Hermann Hospital after ingesting pills.For anxious mothers and fathers, school suddenly didn't seem so safe."For right now let's just hope those kids get better," said Judy Servin, a parent of a daughter at ECMS."I feel so sorry for those people," said student Kimberly Regna....
  • Couponing for millennials by shopping smart to save a lot

    Couponing for millennials by shopping smart to save a lot

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 3:48 PM EDT2014-09-10 19:48:39 GMT
    You probably saw your grandmother cutting these out and you might think it's old fashioned. But you, yes even the millennial generation, can keep more money in your wallet by couponing.
    You probably saw your grandmother cutting these out and you might think it's old fashioned. But you, yes even the millennial generation, can keep more money in your wallet by couponing.
  • Tour to bring singer Ariana Grande to Toyota Center in 2015

    Tour to bring singer Ariana Grande to Toyota Center in 2015

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 3:38 PM EDT2014-09-10 19:38:09 GMT
    Within the last two years, Ariana Grande has transformed from a teen-friendly comedy show actress to one of the leading ladies of pop music. Grande will deliver her melodious brand of songs to audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada as she takes part in a tour that begins in February 2015 and will last far into the spring.
    Within the last two years, Ariana Grande has transformed from a teen-friendly comedy show actress to one of the leading ladies of pop music. Grande will deliver her melodious brand of songs to audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada as she takes part in a tour that begins in February 2015 and will last far into the spring.
  • Children taken to hospital after ingesting pills

    Children taken to hospital after ingesting pills

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 1:08 PM EDT2014-09-10 17:08:12 GMT
    A group of students at El Campo Middle School ingested some sort of pill on Wednesday morning and had adverse reactions to the substance, principal Mark Freeman has confirmed.
    A group of students at El Campo Middle School ingested some sort of pill on Wednesday morning and had adverse reactions to the substance, principal Mark Freeman has confirmed.
  • Take it to Akin - furniture store mess ups

    Take it to Akin - furniture store mess ups

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 8:42 AM EDT2014-09-10 12:42:03 GMT
    The bedroom set is just what our viewer wanted. What he didn't want was all the cracks in the woodwork!
    The bedroom set is just what our viewer wanted. What he didn't want was all the cracks in the woodwork!
  • Preserving Wheatley High School: a decision has been made

    Preserving Wheatley High School: a decision has been made

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 8:40 AM EDT2014-09-10 12:40:11 GMT
    After two days of being in mediation in a downtown court room, an agreement was finally reached between HISD and the community. But the details of that agreement were not immediately disclosed, what we do know is that those activists looking to preserve the building were very happy tonight.
    After two days of being in mediation in a downtown court room, an agreement was finally reached between HISD and the community. But the details of that agreement were not immediately disclosed, what we do know is that those activists looking to preserve the building were very happy tonight.
  • Small plane crashes near Houston, 2 unhurt

    Small plane crashes near Houston, 2 unhurt

    A small plane has crashed in a Houston-area field after the pilot reported the single-engine aircraft lost power.
    A small plane has crashed in a Houston-area field after the pilot reported the single-engine aircraft lost power.
  • Galveston police arrest juvenile gang members suspected in armed robberies

    Galveston police arrest juvenile gang members suspected in armed robberies

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 11:08 PM EDT2014-09-10 03:08:59 GMT
    Galveston police say they have a number of violent juvenile gang members in custody for armed robberies that have plagued the island for two months.The gang members are as young as 11 years old and cops say they have ties to an infamous gang known throughout the country.Randy Wallace reports from Galveston.
    Galveston police say they have a number of violent juvenile gang members in custody for armed robberies that have plagued the island for two months.The gang members are as young as 11 years old and cops say they have ties to an infamous gang known throughout the country.Randy Wallace reports from Galveston.
  • Lamborghini festival at the Ballard House

    Lamborghini festival at the Ballard House

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-09-10 02:53:24 GMT
    The Lamborghini festival is just days away. This year they are partnering with the Ballard House in Katy to help those who pass through its doors.The executive director of Cinco Charities tells us it's been an exciting opening year for the Ballard House as it's helped families all over the world have a place to stay while they receive medical treatment for diseases such as cancer."These guys will show up at The Ballard House at different times throughout the year to love on our kids, take the...
    The Lamborghini festival is just days away. This year they are partnering with the Ballard House in Katy to help those who pass through its doors.The executive director of Cinco Charities tells us it's been an exciting opening year for the Ballard House as it's helped families all over the world have a place to stay while they receive medical treatment for diseases such as cancer."These guys will show up at The Ballard House at different times throughout the year to love on our kids, take the...
  • Can Texas Employers Legally Lie to Workers?

    Can Texas Employers Legally Lie to Workers?

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 10:18 PM EDT2014-09-10 02:18:07 GMT
    Dozens of La Porte workers who claim they were blatantly deceived by the their former employer have no right to damages in Texas.That was the ruling of our state's highest court and a decision some pundits view as a legal green light for lying to employees.According to court documents, Dupont decided to slice off a portion of its chemical business back in 2002, assuring union employees that if they stayed on at the plant the operation wouldn't be sold and they could keep their good pay and be...
    Dozens of La Porte workers who claim they were blatantly deceived by the their former employer have no right to damages in Texas.That was the ruling of our state's highest court and a decision some pundits view as a legal green light for lying to employees.According to court documents, Dupont decided to slice off a portion of its chemical business back in 2002, assuring union employees that if they stayed on at the plant the operation wouldn't be sold and they could keep their good pay and be...
  • Wooden Bicycles

    Wooden Bicycles

  • Will Texas Lawmakers Spend Enough?

    Will Texas Lawmakers Spend Enough?

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 11:29 AM EDT2014-09-09 15:29:20 GMT
    When Lone Star State lawmakers return to the capitol they are certain to have about $100 billion dollars to spend on a year's worth of government.
    When Lone Star State lawmakers return to the capitol they are certain to have about $100 billion dollars to spend on a year's worth of government.
  • Va. murder charge against Texas man dropped

    Va. murder charge against Texas man dropped

    Prosecutors in Virginia have dropped a first-degree murder charge against a Texas man.
    Prosecutors in Virginia have dropped a first-degree murder charge against a Texas man.
  • Houston AP sports reporter Duncan dies at 43

    Houston AP sports reporter Duncan dies at 43

    Christopher Duncan, a sports reporter for The Associated Press who covered the Houston Texans, Houston Rockets and the Kentucky Derby, has died at the age of 43.
    Christopher Duncan, a sports reporter for The Associated Press who covered the Houston Texans, Houston Rockets and the Kentucky Derby, has died at the age of 43.
  • Elderly Woman Missing

    Elderly Woman Missing

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:52 PM EDT2014-09-09 02:52:39 GMT
    Harris County Precinct 6 is asking for the public's help in locating an elderly female who was last seen at her home on 205 South Lockwood Blvd at approximately 12 p.m. on Monday, September 8.76-year old Eva Tanguma is reported to be 5'1", 140 lbs. and wearing round sliver glasses. Ms. Tanguma has light skin with freckles and black hair and was wearing black slip on shoes and a gold cross and name plate when she went missing. Family members report that Ms. Tanguma is suffering from early sign...
    Harris County Precinct 6 is asking for the public's help in locating an elderly female who was last seen at her home on 205 South Lockwood Blvd at approximately 12 p.m. on Monday, September 8.76-year old Eva Tanguma is reported to be 5'1", 140 lbs. and wearing round sliver glasses. Ms. Tanguma has light skin with freckles and black hair and was wearing black slip on shoes and a gold cross and name plate when she went missing. Family members report that Ms. Tanguma is suffering from early sign...
  • What is enterovirus 68?

    What is enterovirus 68?

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:41 PM EDT2014-09-09 02:41:08 GMT
    Enterovirus 68 is a virus that causes respiratory problems. It is believed to be present in THESE 10 states: Missouri Illinois Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, and Oklahoma. Is Texas next? It's possible. The virus has sickened more than one thousand children, some of whom have been hospitalized in the i.c.u and intibated.
    Enterovirus 68 is a virus that causes respiratory problems. It is believed to be present in THESE 10 states: Missouri Illinois Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, and Oklahoma. Is Texas next? It's possible. The virus has sickened more than one thousand children, some of whom have been hospitalized in the i.c.u and intibated.
  • Ray Rice suspended indefinitely

    Ray Rice suspended indefinitely

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:36 PM EDT2014-09-09 02:36:36 GMT
    It's hard to watch, but it's gone viral...A video showing running back Ray Rice knocking out his then fiancé Janay Palmer inside an Atlanta City casino elevator."That's insane!! I don't agree with either one of them," says one football fan."Check this out. OMG! That's disgusting," says another patron at a local sports bar.Hours after it's release, the NFL and Baltimore Ravens came down hard on the football player, suspending him indefinitely from the league, and cutting him from the team. It ...
    It's hard to watch, but it's gone viral...A video showing running back Ray Rice knocking out his then fiancé Janay Palmer inside an Atlanta City casino elevator."That's insane!! I don't agree with either one of them," says one football fan."Check this out. OMG! That's disgusting," says another patron at a local sports bar.Hours after it's release, the NFL and Baltimore Ravens came down hard on the football player, suspending him indefinitely from the league, and cutting him from the team. It ...
  • Air Marshal in quarantine here after unprovoked attack with syringe

    Air Marshal in quarantine here after unprovoked attack with syringe

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-09-09 02:30:57 GMT
    The FBI and the CC are trying to determine why a federal Air Marshal was injected with a syringe full of an unknown substance while waiting to board a flight from Lagos Nigeria to Houston. Randy Wallace reports
    The FBI and the CC are trying to determine why a federal Air Marshal was injected with a syringe full of an unknown substance while waiting to board a flight from Lagos Nigeria to Houston. Randy Wallace reports
  • Alleging Negligence Jefferson Teacher Sues HISD Law Firm

    Alleging Negligence Jefferson Teacher Sues HISD Law Firm

    Monday, September 8 2014 9:01 PM EDT2014-09-09 01:01:41 GMT
    Former Jefferson Elementary teacher Elsa Rodriguez is turning the tables on a school district, she claims, branded her a cheater despite undeniable evidence she was away from campus on extended sick leave during the time Houston ISD alleges STARR test rule breaking occurred."Pretty much destroyed her career," said Larry Watts, Rodriguez's attorney.Yanked from the classroom and forced to sit for seven months in a maintenance facility, Rodriguez says she and her family have suffered tremendousl...
    Former Jefferson Elementary teacher Elsa Rodriguez is turning the tables on a school district, she claims, branded her a cheater despite undeniable evidence she was away from campus on extended sick leave during the time Houston ISD alleges STARR test rule breaking occurred."Pretty much destroyed her career," said Larry Watts, Rodriguez's attorney.Yanked from the classroom and forced to sit for seven months in a maintenance facility, Rodriguez says she and her family have suffered tremendousl...
  • Panelist discuss Ray Rice Domestic Violence video

    Panelist discuss Ray Rice Domestic Violence video

  • Former Pasadena resident sentenced in May 2006 Fort Bend County murder case

    Former Pasadena resident sentenced in May 2006 Fort Bend County murder case

    Monday, September 8 2014 5:14 PM EDT2014-09-08 21:14:45 GMT
    More than eight years after a man was beaten to death during a robbery in his Sugar Land-area home, a former Pasadena resident has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
    More than eight years after a man was beaten to death during a robbery in his Sugar Land-area home, a former Pasadena resident has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
  • Houston Texans Gameday Injury Report

    Houston Texans Gameday Injury Report

     

  • Woman accused of shoplifting $144 in eye shadow

    Woman accused of shoplifting $144 in eye shadow

    Saturday, September 6 2014 3:24 PM EDT2014-09-06 19:24:47 GMT
    An Arkansas woman whose mug shot shows her in heavy aqua and maroon eye shadow is accused of shoplifting $144 in makeup.
    An Arkansas woman whose mug shot shows her in heavy aqua and maroon eye shadow is accused of shoplifting $144 in makeup.
  • County Attorney to N.W. side nightclub; enough is enough

    County Attorney to N.W. side nightclub; enough is enough

    Friday, September 5 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-09-06 02:33:31 GMT
    The Harris County Attorney's office is warning an after hours night club in N.W. Harris County to clean up its act or close down.A lawsuit filed by the county calls the club a public nuisance that harbors criminal activity. Randy Wallace reports
    The Harris County Attorney's office is warning an after hours night club in N.W. Harris County to clean up its act or close down.A lawsuit filed by the county calls the club a public nuisance that harbors criminal activity. Randy Wallace reports
  • The World On The Web: September 5th

    The World On The Web: September 5th

  • What impact does Victoria Osteen's comment have on the community

    What impact does Victoria Osteen's comment have on the community

  • Galveston Island Cross Country Beach Run

    Galveston Island Cross Country Beach Run

  • Victoria Osteen Sermon Draws Fire

    Victoria Osteen Sermon Draws Fire

    Friday, September 5 2014 7:03 PM EDT2014-09-05 23:03:57 GMT
    Long the target of pot shots for what some call their "prosperity driven" brand of pastoring, Reverend Victoria Osteen, wife of Reverend Joel Osteen, has triggered something of an ecclesiastical storm with a 36 second suggestion in a now controversial sermon."When you come to church, when you worship him, you're not doing it for God, really. You're doing it for yourself. When we obey God, we're not doing it for God, we're doing it for ourselves," said Victoria Osteen from the stage of Lakewoo...
    Long the target of pot shots for what some call their "prosperity driven" brand of pastoring, Reverend Victoria Osteen, wife of Reverend Joel Osteen, has triggered something of an ecclesiastical storm with a 36 second suggestion in a now controversial sermon."When you come to church, when you worship him, you're not doing it for God, really. You're doing it for yourself. When we obey God, we're not doing it for God, we're doing it for ourselves," said Victoria Osteen from the stage of Lakewoo...
  • Houston SPCA rescues burned family of cats

    Houston SPCA rescues burned family of cats

    Friday, September 5 2014 5:50 PM EDT2014-09-05 21:50:01 GMT
    The Houston SPCA is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for burning an adult cat and her kittens at a southwest Houston apartment complex.
    The Houston SPCA is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for burning an adult cat and her kittens at a southwest Houston apartment complex.
  • Gulf of Mexico residents hail ruling against BP

    Gulf of Mexico residents hail ruling against BP

    Environmentalists, recreational fishermen and people who make their living on the Gulf of Mexico are hailing a federal judge's ruling that could mean $18 billion in additional fines for BP over the nation's...
    Environmentalists, recreational fishermen and people who make their living on the Gulf of Mexico are hailing a federal judge's ruling that could mean $18 billion in additional fines for BP over the nation's worst...
  • Bullying: Legal right to freedom from bullying {Part 4}

    Bullying: Legal right to freedom from bullying {Part 4}

  • Kyle Field Stadium Renovations Complete

    Kyle Field Stadium Renovations Complete

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:03 PM EDT2014-09-05 03:03:33 GMT
    If AM didn't already play in one of the loudest and most grandiose of football stadiums, they certainly do now."We're going to be the smartest stadium that exists anywhere in the country," John Sharp, the chancellor of AM University said.According to Sharp, Aggie Nation is on a trajectory upward with these new 450 million dollar renovations to the East Wing.Crews were working 97 hours a week and only had on day off in the past 12 months."I'm tired but the adrenalin of getting to Saturday is k...
    If AM didn't already play in one of the loudest and most grandiose of football stadiums, they certainly do now."We're going to be the smartest stadium that exists anywhere in the country," John Sharp, the chancellor of AM University said.According to Sharp, Aggie Nation is on a trajectory upward with these new 450 million dollar renovations to the East Wing.Crews were working 97 hours a week and only had on day off in the past 12 months."I'm tired but the adrenalin of getting to Saturday is k...
  • BRAIN CANCER PATIENTS GET MAKEOVERS

    BRAIN CANCER PATIENTS GET MAKEOVERS

    Thursday, September 4 2014 10:59 PM EDT2014-09-05 02:59:29 GMT
    Inside “Dimensions” fashion boutique at 6100 Westheimer, it was a night of pampering for those who need pampered most. "It's a chance to kind of forget what I'm going through," said cancer patient Judy Gorewitz.Their days are often filled with doctor visits and tears as patients and caregivers battling brain cancer. "It's a special kind of hell. The strain of what's hanging over your head… so to come out with your girlfriends and shop and get make-up, it's heaven it really is," said Frances R...
    Inside “Dimensions” fashion boutique at 6100 Westheimer, it was a night of pampering for those who need pampered most. "It's a chance to kind of forget what I'm going through," said cancer patient Judy Gorewitz.Their days are often filled with doctor visits and tears as patients and caregivers battling brain cancer. "It's a special kind of hell. The strain of what's hanging over your head… so to come out with your girlfriends and shop and get make-up, it's heaven it really is," said Frances R...
  • Citizens get up close and personal with the H.C. Sheriffs department

    Citizens get up close and personal with the H.C. Sheriffs department

    Thursday, September 4 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-09-05 02:53:24 GMT
    On Thursday some area residents started a 13 week citizens police academy to get a birds eye view of what it's like to be a Harris county sheriffs deputy. Participants learn first hand about the Texas penal codes and how crimes like murder are investigated. Randy Wallace reports
    On Thursday some area residents started a 13 week citizens police academy to get a birds eye view of what it's like to be a Harris county sheriffs deputy. Participants learn first hand about the Texas penal codes and how crimes like murder are investigated. Randy Wallace reports
  • Problems for Montgomery County

    Problems for Montgomery County

     

     

  • Ebola Treatment Ready Soon Says Texas Research Team

    Ebola Treatment Ready Soon Says Texas Research Team

    Thursday, September 4 2014 8:04 PM EDT2014-09-05 00:04:57 GMT
    New and highly effective treatments against the Ebola virus could be just months away according to researchers at the Galveston National Laboratory.Dr. Thomas Geisbert is leading the Ebola work and says both vaccines and therapies are in an advanced stage of development and testing.Among the most critical work underway at GNL is an effort to bundle multiple anti-Ebola countermeasures into a single powerful treatment.Geisbert says they are saving test primates with the virus and protection for...
    New and highly effective treatments against the Ebola virus could be just months away according to researchers at the Galveston National Laboratory.Dr. Thomas Geisbert is leading the Ebola work and says both vaccines and therapies are in an advanced stage of development and testing.Among the most critical work underway at GNL is an effort to bundle multiple anti-Ebola countermeasures into a single powerful treatment.Geisbert says they are saving test primates with the virus and protection for...
  • State-issued identification an obstacle for some who desire to vote

    State-issued identification an obstacle for some who desire to vote

    Thursday, September 4 2014 7:42 PM EDT2014-09-04 23:42:02 GMT
    In this day and age of terrorism, tight security, and the internet believe it or not there are still some people who don't have a simple item we take for granted. That's a state issued identification card now needed for Texans to vote. It's also an issue at the heart of a court battle in Texas right now.Carletta Allen at one point did not have a state issued ID for several years. Today - in Texas - if she still didn't have her ID she wouldn't be allowed to vote but given a provisional ballot ...
    In this day and age of terrorism, tight security, and the internet believe it or not there are still some people who don't have a simple item we take for granted. That's a state issued identification card now needed for Texans to vote. It's also an issue at the heart of a court battle in Texas right now.Carletta Allen at one point did not have a state issued ID for several years. Today - in Texas - if she still didn't have her ID she wouldn't be allowed to vote but given a provisional ballot ...
  • 2 men in Houston human smuggling ring get prison

    2 men in Houston human smuggling ring get prison

    The last two convicted human smugglers linked to a Houston house where 115 immigrants were rescued in March have been sentenced to federal prison.
    The last two convicted human smugglers linked to a Houston house where 115 immigrants were rescued in March have been sentenced to federal prison.
  • Police say man stabbed girlfriend in CVS parking lot

    Police say man stabbed girlfriend in CVS parking lot

    Thursday, September 4 2014 1:53 PM EDT2014-09-04 17:53:14 GMT
    HCSO Looking for 24 year old Christopher Warriner in Purple Chevy Equinox LP BHC-8402 Person of interest in stabbing of girlfriend on FM 1960.A 22-year old woman is in critical condition tonight after being stabbed and pushed out of a car. It happened around 5:30pm near the CVS of FM 1960 and Terrace Oaks. The victim was last liundergoingergoring surgery after being stabbed 4 times in the chest. According to officials at the scene, before the victim was transported, she was able to tell deput...
    HCSO Looking for 24 year old Christopher Warriner in Purple Chevy Equinox LP BHC-8402 Person of interest in stabbing of girlfriend on FM 1960.A 22-year old woman is in critical condition tonight after being stabbed and pushed out of a car. It happened around 5:30pm near the CVS of FM 1960 and Terrace Oaks. The victim was last liundergoingergoring surgery after being stabbed 4 times in the chest. According to officials at the scene, before the victim was transported, she was able to tell deput...
  • Texas retail gasoline prices down 3 cents

    Texas retail gasoline prices down 3 cents

    Retail gasoline prices across Texas have dropped 3 cents this week to settle at $3.23 per gallon.
    Retail gasoline prices across Texas have dropped 3 cents this week to settle at $3.23 per gallon.
  • Bodies of man, woman found in Houston-area garage

    Bodies of man, woman found in Houston-area garage

    The bodies of a man and a woman have been found in the garage of a Houston-area home after a friend reported not being able to reach one of them.
    The bodies of a man and a woman have been found in the garage of a Houston-area home after a friend reported not being able to reach one of them.
  • Pulse Point-- the app that's saving lives

    Pulse Point-- the app that's saving lives

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 11:14 PM EDT2014-09-04 03:14:28 GMT
    It's a smartphone app that has already saved lives... and could help even more people around the world who need it most.It's called "Pulse Point" and targets those who are CPR certificatedIt's an app picked up in 500 cities in 17 states, and it could be coming to Houston.In Post Falls, Washington a baby is alive after suffering a medical emergency according to a report from KXLY in Spokane."It sounded like an Amber Alert, you know how they come out, and so I looked at it and it said CPR neede...
    It's a smartphone app that has already saved lives... and could help even more people around the world who need it most.It's called "Pulse Point" and targets those who are CPR certificatedIt's an app picked up in 500 cities in 17 states, and it could be coming to Houston.In Post Falls, Washington a baby is alive after suffering a medical emergency according to a report from KXLY in Spokane."It sounded like an Amber Alert, you know how they come out, and so I looked at it and it said CPR neede...
  • Mother of 12-year-old girl challenges HISD officials to walk in daughters shoes

    Mother of 12-year-old girl challenges HISD officials to walk in daughters shoes

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 11:06 PM EDT2014-09-04 03:06:05 GMT
    To prove her point Utona Pauly challenged school officials to send their children or even themselves down the treacherous 2 mile path she says they want her daughter to take every day to school.We took her up on the challenge and witnessed drug deals and prostitution right before our eyes.Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
    To prove her point Utona Pauly challenged school officials to send their children or even themselves down the treacherous 2 mile path she says they want her daughter to take every day to school.We took her up on the challenge and witnessed drug deals and prostitution right before our eyes.Randy Wallace has this only on fox report
  • Child predator working at local library may have 100's of victims

    Child predator working at local library may have 100's of victims

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 10:52 PM EDT2014-09-04 02:52:54 GMT
    It's a place where adults and children come to read and check out books.“ I come to the library because its very relaxing and it's quiet time,” says Ervin Blackburn, a library patron.But today visitors at this Woodlands library where surprised to find out that at this quiet peaceful place, lurked a library employee, who police say, would force young children to send him nude photos of themselves.“It's really sad that something like that would occur, because coming to the library is supposed t...
    It's a place where adults and children come to read and check out books.“ I come to the library because its very relaxing and it's quiet time,” says Ervin Blackburn, a library patron.But today visitors at this Woodlands library where surprised to find out that at this quiet peaceful place, lurked a library employee, who police say, would force young children to send him nude photos of themselves.“It's really sad that something like that would occur, because coming to the library is supposed t...
  • Fleeing Robbers Shoot Woman Pushing Stroller in the Heights

    Fleeing Robbers Shoot Woman Pushing Stroller in the Heights

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 9:09 PM EDT2014-09-04 01:09:53 GMT
    In a neighborhood widely perceived as a pocket of urban civility the quiet of September morning was pierced by gunfire.It started at a smoke shop on Height Boulevard where two masked gunmen demanded cash and goods."It's just happening everywhere," said Detective Ricardo Rojas-Garcia of HPD's robbery division.Detectives say the robbers, described as young hispanic men, fled in a a pick-up truck with a store employee in close pursuit.At the intersection of Harvard and 13th St. the suspect vehic...
    In a neighborhood widely perceived as a pocket of urban civility the quiet of September morning was pierced by gunfire.It started at a smoke shop on Height Boulevard where two masked gunmen demanded cash and goods."It's just happening everywhere," said Detective Ricardo Rojas-Garcia of HPD's robbery division.Detectives say the robbers, described as young hispanic men, fled in a a pick-up truck with a store employee in close pursuit.At the intersection of Harvard and 13th St. the suspect vehic...
  • Take it to Akin: Water Bill Spike

    Take it to Akin: Water Bill Spike

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 7:24 PM EDT2014-09-03 23:24:55 GMT
    When a water bill spikes to more than 30 times its normal usage, you know there's a problem.The biggest problem is how to pay that whopping water bill.Four years ago 81-year-old Constance Lee moved out of her home a few miles away and into her mother's home. Her 105 year-old mother needed help."I stayed here from the time she first started going down until she passed," Lee said.That was in February. All those years Lee's home was vacant. Her monthly water charges were only fifteen bucks a mon...
    When a water bill spikes to more than 30 times its normal usage, you know there's a problem.The biggest problem is how to pay that whopping water bill.Four years ago 81-year-old Constance Lee moved out of her home a few miles away and into her mother's home. Her 105 year-old mother needed help."I stayed here from the time she first started going down until she passed," Lee said.That was in February. All those years Lee's home was vacant. Her monthly water charges were only fifteen bucks a mon...
  • Two Texas Schools make top list of Fittest Colleges

    Two Texas Schools make top list of Fittest Colleges

  • Mother files lawsuit after DMV tells male teen to remove makeup

    Mother files lawsuit after DMV tells male teen to remove makeup

  • The New 93Q nominated for two Country Music Association awards

    The New 93Q nominated for two Country Music Association awards

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 4:17 PM EDT2014-09-03 20:17:15 GMT
    With help from the band Little Big Town and singer Darius Rucker, the Country Music Association announced the finalists nominated for its 2014 CMA Broadcast Awards and a Houston-area radio station is among the nominees.
    With help from the band Little Big Town and singer Darius Rucker, the Country Music Association announced the finalists nominated for its 2014 CMA Broadcast Awards and a Houston-area radio station is among the nominees.
  • Victory over Japan- "VJ Day"

    Victory over Japan- "VJ Day"

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 4:16 PM EDT2014-09-03 20:16:53 GMT
    Do you ever celebrate VJ Day? "I always do," says Gene Brams. It's a special day for the 91 year old World War Two veteran. It's a holiday you may not even know exists but for Brams Victory Over Japan Day isn't a long lost date on the calendar which marked the end of the war. September 2, 1945 ended four years of fighting for U.S. Navy officer Gene Brams. "Finally I could go home and see my family again," explains Brams. Talking with him is like flipping through a history book. "We were in se...
    Do you ever celebrate VJ Day? "I always do," says Gene Brams. It's a special day for the 91 year old World War Two veteran. It's a holiday you may not even know exists but for Brams Victory Over Japan Day isn't a long lost date on the calendar which marked the end of the war. September 2, 1945 ended four years of fighting for U.S. Navy officer Gene Brams. "Finally I could go home and see my family again," explains Brams. Talking with him is like flipping through a history book. "We were in se...
  • Houston-area woman dies after trampled by horse

    Houston-area woman dies after trampled by horse

    A Houston-area woman has died after being trampled by a horse while attending a barrel racing event in Central Texas.
    A Houston-area woman has died after being trampled by a horse while attending a barrel racing event in Central Texas.
  • Texas honors injured, fallen police, firefighters

    Texas honors injured, fallen police, firefighters

    Gov. Rick Perry is honoring dozens of police officers, firefighters and first responders killed or severely hurt in the line of duty with Star of Texas awards.
    Gov. Rick Perry is honoring dozens of police officers, firefighters and first responders killed or severely hurt in the line of duty with Star of Texas awards.
  • Five year old recovers from washing machine accident

    Five year old recovers from washing machine accident

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:19 PM EDT2014-09-03 03:19:41 GMT
    A little girl is recovering after an incident with a washing machine battered her face and body.It happened at the Washateria right off Southmore in Pasadena.Police say a 5 year old girl somehow managed to get inside the machine when the adult woman she was with wasn't watching.The door then somehow shut and the spin cycle on the washer turned on.Officers tell us she was stuck inside there for several minutes before someone noticed and got her out.Police say they don't suspect foul play here,...
    A little girl is recovering after an incident with a washing machine battered her face and body.It happened at the Washateria right off Southmore in Pasadena.Police say a 5 year old girl somehow managed to get inside the machine when the adult woman she was with wasn't watching.The door then somehow shut and the spin cycle on the washer turned on.Officers tell us she was stuck inside there for several minutes before someone noticed and got her out.Police say they don't suspect foul play here,...
  • Exclusive: Jose Banda' s family speaks

    Exclusive: Jose Banda' s family speaks

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:15 PM EDT2014-09-03 03:15:41 GMT
    Clinging to her son's pictures, Maria Banda still can't believe that no one has been convicted in the killing of her son, Jose Banda."If I would have known that justice wouldn't be served, I would have never gone to that trial," says Maria Banda, who gave us an exclusive interview today.The Alvin father, who lost his two boys on a dark December night in 2012, was found not guilty of killing Banda. Banda was intoxicated when he plowed into the family car killing, 11 year old Caleb and 12 year ...
    Clinging to her son's pictures, Maria Banda still can't believe that no one has been convicted in the killing of her son, Jose Banda."If I would have known that justice wouldn't be served, I would have never gone to that trial," says Maria Banda, who gave us an exclusive interview today.The Alvin father, who lost his two boys on a dark December night in 2012, was found not guilty of killing Banda. Banda was intoxicated when he plowed into the family car killing, 11 year old Caleb and 12 year ...
  • 5th ward residents take their battle with HISD to court

    5th ward residents take their battle with HISD to court

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:11 PM EDT2014-09-03 03:11:16 GMT
    5th ward community leaders who say they were hoodwinked by the Houston Independent School. District gathered Tuesday night in hopes of stopping the demolition of a historic African American high school. Randy Wallace reports
    5th ward community leaders who say they were hoodwinked by the Houston Independent School. District gathered Tuesday night in hopes of stopping the demolition of a historic African American high school. Randy Wallace reports
  • Bullying: Thoughts of Suicide {Part 2}

    Bullying: Thoughts of Suicide {Part 2}

  • Threats Prompt Firefighter Union President To Quit

    Threats Prompt Firefighter Union President To Quit

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 7:38 PM EDT2014-09-02 23:38:38 GMT
    Bryan Sky-Eagle says when some of the people you are leading say they'd "like to kick your teeth in" or warn you to "watch your back" it's time to walk away."In this case it has risen to the point of lethal cost and that's something I'm unwilling to do," said Sky-Eagle.By the time Sky-Eagle finally walked away from his job leading the Houston Professional Firefighter's Association many of his union brothers had long ceased being "brotherly".In fact, Sky-Eagle claims both he and his family hav...
    Bryan Sky-Eagle says when some of the people you are leading say they'd "like to kick your teeth in" or warn you to "watch your back" it's time to walk away."In this case it has risen to the point of lethal cost and that's something I'm unwilling to do," said Sky-Eagle.By the time Sky-Eagle finally walked away from his job leading the Houston Professional Firefighter's Association many of his union brothers had long ceased being "brotherly".In fact, Sky-Eagle claims both he and his family hav...
  • Police Officer Wants His Job Back After Firing

    Police Officer Wants His Job Back After Firing

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 7:32 PM EDT2014-09-02 23:32:49 GMT
    He was called the laziest and worst police officer in Houston and now he wants his job back.This comes as former Houston Police homicide investigator Ryan Chandler is appealing his termination.Sgt. Chandler won't likely know til late October if he will get his job back but his defense was he simply had too many cases to handle.It was back in April when Chandler was fired from HPD by Chief Charles McClelland. He described the five year homicide investigator as lazy and a liar. The chief accuse...
    He was called the laziest and worst police officer in Houston and now he wants his job back.This comes as former Houston Police homicide investigator Ryan Chandler is appealing his termination.Sgt. Chandler won't likely know til late October if he will get his job back but his defense was he simply had too many cases to handle.It was back in April when Chandler was fired from HPD by Chief Charles McClelland. He described the five year homicide investigator as lazy and a liar. The chief accuse...
  • Doctors Give Conjoined Twins born in Houston Good Prognosis

    Doctors Give Conjoined Twins born in Houston Good Prognosis

  • Halliburton reaches $1B Gulf oil spill settlement

    Halliburton reaches $1B Gulf oil spill settlement

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 5:22 PM EDT2014-09-02 21:22:25 GMT
    Halliburton says it has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle a substantial portion of plaintiff claims arising from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
    Halliburton's agreement to pay more than $1 billion to settle numerous claims involving the 2010 BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill could be a way for the company and victims of the spill to avoid years of costly litigation -...
  • Usher, Maroon 5 to perform in upcoming concerts at Toyota Center

    Usher, Maroon 5 to perform in upcoming concerts at Toyota Center

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 4:26 PM EDT2014-09-02 20:26:30 GMT
    Although singer Usher and Maroon 5 lead vocalist Adam Levine are well-known for their roles as judges on a popular televised talent show, they also share upcoming scheduled concert dates at Toyota Center in Houston, according to statements released by Live Nation Entertainment.
    Although singer Usher and Maroon 5 lead vocalist Adam Levine are well-known for their roles as judges on a popular televised talent show, they also share upcoming scheduled concert dates at Toyota Center in Houston, according to statements released by Live Nation Entertainment.
  • Ex-fire chief in Southeast Texas accused of theft

    Ex-fire chief in Southeast Texas accused of theft

    A former volunteer fire chief in Southeast Texas has surrendered on theft-related counts after about $70,000 in department money allegedly was misspent.
    A former volunteer fire chief in Southeast Texas has surrendered on theft-related counts after about $70,000 in department money allegedly was misspent.
  • Electricity outage leads to Twitter outburst from students

    Electricity outage leads to Twitter outburst from students

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 1:11 PM EDT2014-09-02 17:11:01 GMT
    An electricity outage at John Foster Dulles High School in Sugar Land resulted in early dismissal for the students, but apparently not early enough based on some of their comments on Twitter.
    An electricity outage at John Foster Dulles High School in Sugar Land resulted in early dismissal for the students, but apparently not early enough based on some of their comments on Twitter.
  • Beer-hauling truck wrecks in Houston, spills cases

    Beer-hauling truck wrecks in Houston, spills cases

    A beer-hauling truck accident in Houston has left two drivers slightly hurt and a leaky mess along a highway.
    A beer-hauling truck accident in Houston has left two drivers slightly hurt and a leaky mess along a highway.
  • Galveston seaweed affects tourism

    Galveston seaweed affects tourism

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 10:38 AM EDT2014-09-02 14:38:09 GMT
    Thousands are enjoying the holiday in Galveston but are some steering clear of the island because of all the seaweed? “Originally I wasn't going to come here because of that because I read reviews on the seaweed here,” admits Elisa Popa and then she adds “We just got here. I think it's so beautiful. The ocean is just so nice”.”The seaweed thing this year has been tough. This is the most seaweed we've had since 1961,” explains head of Galveston Beach Patrol Peter Davis. “Looking at the numbers...
    Thousands are enjoying the holiday in Galveston but are some steering clear of the island because of all the seaweed? “Originally I wasn't going to come here because of that because I read reviews on the seaweed here,” admits Elisa Popa and then she adds “We just got here. I think it's so beautiful. The ocean is just so nice”.”The seaweed thing this year has been tough. This is the most seaweed we've had since 1961,” explains head of Galveston Beach Patrol Peter Davis. “Looking at the numbers...
  • Houston fire union president resigns over threats

    Houston fire union president resigns over threats

    The president of Houston's fire department union has resigned in the middle of contract negotiations with the city after he says fellow firefighters threatened his family.
    The president of Houston's fire department union has resigned in the middle of contract negotiations with the city after he says fellow firefighters threatened his family.
  • Final HFD report on deadly blaze details radio issues

    Final HFD report on deadly blaze details radio issues

    Monday, September 1 2014 11:29 PM EDT2014-09-02 03:29:31 GMT
    We now know there was real trouble with the Houston fire department's radio system the day four firefighters were killed at the Southwest Inn.It was the deadliest fire in HFD's history.Randy Wallace reports
    We now know there was real trouble with the Houston fire department's radio system the day four firefighters were killed at the Southwest Inn.It was the deadliest fire in HFD's history.Randy Wallace reports
  • Are your photos safe on Icloud?

    Are your photos safe on Icloud?

    Monday, September 1 2014 11:25 PM EDT2014-09-02 03:25:26 GMT
    We use them to send text messages, emails, take photos and of course the original intent of a cell phone.. make a phone call...But too much activity can quickly eat up your free space, so people are now choosing different storage optionsOne of the most popular... ICloud."You can store photos, files and plenty of things to share content over the Internet," says Carlos Galeano, an ICloud user.Even though Apple launched this cloud storage back in 2011, it wasn't till just recently that it gained...
    We use them to send text messages, emails, take photos and of course the original intent of a cell phone.. make a phone call...But too much activity can quickly eat up your free space, so people are now choosing different storage optionsOne of the most popular... ICloud."You can store photos, files and plenty of things to share content over the Internet," says Carlos Galeano, an ICloud user.Even though Apple launched this cloud storage back in 2011, it wasn't till just recently that it gained...
  • Possible Terror Brewing in Mexico

    Possible Terror Brewing in Mexico

    Monday, September 1 2014 7:23 PM EDT2014-09-01 23:23:07 GMT
    Are ISIS terrorists in Mexico, preparing to attack the United States? U.S. officials say, ‘no,' but not everyone believes that's the case."The information is there's an attack coming very soon,” Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch told Fox News. “It's planned for the border. It may involve car bombs and other types of vehicle explosives."Fitton is the president of Judicial Watch, a conservative government watch group. He says government sources insist ISIS members are already in Cuidad Juarez, acros...
    Are ISIS terrorists in Mexico, preparing to attack the United States? U.S. officials say, ‘no,' but not everyone believes that's the case."The information is there's an attack coming very soon,” Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch told Fox News. “It's planned for the border. It may involve car bombs and other types of vehicle explosives."Fitton is the president of Judicial Watch, a conservative government watch group. He says government sources insist ISIS members are already in Cuidad Juarez, acros...
  • Houston Most Dangerous City To Work In The Nation

    Houston Most Dangerous City To Work In The Nation

    Monday, September 1 2014 7:20 PM EDT2014-09-01 23:20:12 GMT
    We may have a bustling economy in Texas, but is our city and state a safe place to work?According to new data released by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the answer is a resounding "NO".According to OSHA Houston has the worst record in Texas, and Texas the worst in the country when it comes to workplace fatalities or catastrophes.The 62 page report listed work place fatalities around the country.In the Houston area we counted 14 deaths in the past year alone."I have guys wh...
    We may have a bustling economy in Texas, but is our city and state a safe place to work?According to new data released by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the answer is a resounding "NO".According to OSHA Houston has the worst record in Texas, and Texas the worst in the country when it comes to workplace fatalities or catastrophes.The 62 page report listed work place fatalities around the country.In the Houston area we counted 14 deaths in the past year alone."I have guys wh...
  • Online Education on the rise

    Online Education on the rise

  • New report on 2013 fire that killed four firefighters

    New report on 2013 fire that killed four firefighters

  • Body of Missing Kayaker Found

    Body of Missing Kayaker Found

     

  • Texans trade for quarterback Ryan Mallett, release Case Keenum

    Texans trade for quarterback Ryan Mallett, release Case Keenum

    Monday, September 1 2014 9:04 AM EDT2014-09-01 13:04:23 GMT
    The Texans made a deal with the New England Patriots for quarterback Ryan Mallett and waived Case Keenum.
    The Texans made a deal with the New England Patriots for quarterback Ryan Mallett and waived Case Keenum.
  • Survive the Drive - Construction

    Survive the Drive - Construction

  • Governor Perry Tweet

    Governor Perry Tweet

  • Security Breach Memorial Hermann

    Security Breach Memorial Hermann

     

     

  • School closes early because of cat in classroom

    School closes early because of cat in classroom

  • St. Paul officers tase father at daycare

    St. Paul officers tase father at daycare

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  • 3rd try for Katy I.S.D to get stadium bond passed

    3rd try for Katy I.S.D to get stadium bond passed

  • Virtual Kidnapping - Fraud Schemes Targeting Houstonians

    Virtual Kidnapping - Fraud Schemes Targeting Houstonians

    Friday, August 29 2014 4:26 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:26:27 GMT
     The Houston FBI seeks to warn the public about a rise in “virtual kidnapping” fraud schemes and the recent targeting of Houstonians in these schemes.
     The Houston FBI seeks to warn the public about a rise in “virtual kidnapping” fraud schemes and the recent targeting of Houstonians in these schemes.
  • Abbott Drops out of Debate

    Abbott Drops out of Debate

    Friday, August 29 2014 4:05 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:05:37 GMT
    Republican Greg Abbott has backed out of a statewide televised debate in the Texas governor's race with Democrat Wendy Davis.
    Republican Greg Abbott has backed out of a statewide televised debate in the Texas governor's race with Democrat Wendy Davis.
  • Back to school: Food Allergies {Part 4}

    Back to school: Food Allergies {Part 4}

  • HCC is putting people back to work

    HCC is putting people back to work

  • Houston Eats: Americas-- Foodie Tour

    Houston Eats: Americas-- Foodie Tour

     

  • Marine reunited with military K-9

    Marine reunited with military K-9

     

  • 9 Year old shoots, kills instructor

    9 Year old shoots, kills instructor

  • 1st day of Med School for UT med students

    1st day of Med School for UT med students

     

  • Take it to Akin- Consumer Alerts

    Take it to Akin- Consumer Alerts

  • Lufkin man pleads guilty to fraud in Bugatti wreck

    Lufkin man pleads guilty to fraud in Bugatti wreck

  • NOT GUILTY from Angleton Jury

    NOT GUILTY from Angleton Jury

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 3:17 PM EDT2014-08-27 19:17:16 GMT
    The jury has acquitted David Barajas of murder in the fatal shooting of a drunken driver who had just caused an accident that killed the man's two sons. David Barajas cried when the verdict was read this afternoon. He faced up to life in prison, if convicted. Prosecutors had alleged that Barajas killed 20-year-old Jose Banda in a fit of rage after Banda plowed into Barajas and his sons while they were pushing a vehicle on a road near their home in Alvin. Twelve-year-old David Jr. and 11-year-...
    The jury has acquitted David Barajas of murder in the fatal shooting of a drunken driver who had just caused an accident that killed the man's two sons. David Barajas cried when the verdict was read this afternoon. He faced up to life in prison, if convicted. Prosecutors had alleged that Barajas killed 20-year-old Jose Banda in a fit of rage after Banda plowed into Barajas and his sons while they were pushing a vehicle on a road near their home in Alvin. Twelve-year-old David Jr. and 11-year-...
  • Teen Dating Violence {Part 1}

    Teen Dating Violence {Part 1}

     

     

  • Warehouse Fire in South Houston

    Warehouse Fire in South Houston

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 3:38 PM EDT2014-08-26 19:38:50 GMT
    A warehouse fire in the city of South Houston brought Houston Fire Department units as well as firefighters from the city of Pasadena to 106 North Perez Street this afternoon.
    A warehouse fire in the city of South Houston brought Houston Fire Department units as well as firefighters from the city of Pasadena to 106 North Perez Street this afternoon.
  • Back to School: 40 years as a crossing guard

    Back to School: 40 years as a crossing guard

  • {Part 1} Back to school: Food Allergies

    {Part 1} Back to school: Food Allergies

  • Racing For A Reason

    Racing For A Reason

    Endurance events are difficult to do in good health.  Try taking them on with a debilitating disease.  I met one man who's finding fitness lessens the grip and brings awareness to a disability most have never heard of, cervical dystonia.  

     


    Endurance events are difficult to do in good health.  Try taking them on with a debilitating disease.  I met one man who's finding fitness lessens the grip and brings awareness to a disability most have never heard of, cervical dystonia.  

     



  • Older Siblings In Foster Care Looking For Forever Family

    Older Siblings In Foster Care Looking For Forever Family

     Siblings and older children in foster care are the hardest to place.  Fox 26 Anchor Sally MacDonald introduces you to Passion and Demond, who are looking for their forever home.    

     Siblings and older children in foster care are the hardest to place.  Fox 26 Anchor Sally MacDonald introduces you to Passion and Demond, who are looking for their forever home.    

  • Vitamin D may help Asthma sufferers breath easier

    Vitamin D may help Asthma sufferers breath easier

  • Houston reacts to Ferguson

    Houston reacts to Ferguson

  • Randy Ertman passes away

    Randy Ertman passes away

  • Police officer dies from self inflicted gun shot wound

    Police officer dies from self inflicted gun shot wound

     

  • Part 3 -FOX 26 Roundtable Gov Rick Perry indictment discussion

    Part 3 -FOX 26 Roundtable Gov Rick Perry indictment discussion

  • Protests in Ferguson: President Obama reaction

    Protests in Ferguson: President Obama reaction

  • Charlie LeDuff : Nafta

    Charlie LeDuff : Nafta

  • Houston Zoo Baby Giraffe

    Houston Zoo Baby Giraffe

  • Ford Recalls

    Ford Recalls

  • Stolen safe falls out of car drvien by thief

    Stolen safe falls out of car drvien by thief

  • Fox Sneak Peak of Finale on Gang Related

    Fox Sneak Peak of Finale on Gang Related

  • Astrodome seats still for sale

    Astrodome seats still for sale

  • Boy Lives in Walmart Store

    Boy Lives in Walmart Store

  • Camp for Periwinkle

    Camp for Periwinkle

     

     

  • Husband and Hog calling contest

    Husband and Hog calling contest

  • School demands woker to return to the job after being attacked

    School demands woker to return to the job after being attacked

  • Local kids attempt to win international GishWhes scavenger Hunt

    Local kids attempt to win international GishWhes scavenger Hunt

  • Police dog mistakes officer for suspect

    Police dog mistakes officer for suspect

     

  • Weightloss Journey: Lindsey Desadier

    Weightloss Journey: Lindsey Desadier

  • National Night Out

    National Night Out

  • Police chase ends with suspect shot and killed

    Police chase ends with suspect shot and killed

  • Kashmere High School prepares for football season

    Kashmere High School prepares for football season

  • Sugarland Red Light Camera Abuse

    Sugarland Red Light Camera Abuse

  • Ford may use tomatoes to make car parts

    Ford may use tomatoes to make car parts

  • Jailer fired after very rough booking process

    Jailer fired after very rough booking process

  • Two men sought in taco stand robbery

    Two men sought in taco stand robbery

     

  • Parking Garage Flooded

    Parking Garage Flooded

  • Houston Eats: Nara Sushi

    Houston Eats: Nara Sushi

  • 90 year old woman's anger leads to standoff with police

    90 year old woman's anger leads to standoff with police

     

  • Is clean water a Human right

    Is clean water a Human right

  • Congress considering new laws fro driving while drugged

    Congress considering new laws fro driving while drugged

  • MMA trained clerk fights crooks

    MMA trained clerk fights crooks

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