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  • Texas has the power and Hawaii’s porn usage spikes following missile threat

    HOUSTON—It’s so cold that the Lone Star State broke a new winter record for power usage. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas – ERCOT – at one point between 7 a.m. and 8am Wednesday, the state used 65,731 megawatts of power – more than 4 percent higher than the previous wintry record set during a cold snap earlier this month. No need to worry, though. Despite the high demand, ERCOT says the state’s power supply is keeping up. […]

  • Good job, Houston! Mayor Turner praises efforts to get homeless people into warming centers

    HOUSTON — Although it was another day of lounging around the house for many Houston resident, the city was slowly getting back to normal Wednesday. During a city council meeting, Mayor Sylvester Tuner praised local law enforcement for their efforts in getting the homeless off the cold streets and into warming centers. “As a result of you all’s effort, we had over 500 that came off the street, and into shelters, so let me thank you,” Turner said. Houston Police Chief […]

  • For the hate of Trump: Two viral stars come together

    HOUSTON – Peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, Bonnie and Clyde, some things are just destined to be together.  While love is the ultimate uniter, a shared utter disdain for someone or something can be just as powerful. Just ask Karen Fonseca and Gale McCray, who are both basking in the light of viral fame for their respective anti-Trump signage. The two recently met face-to-face. “People call me names, give me the finger while I’m at an intersection,” said […]

  • Comedian crashes Roy Moore campaign event

    THEODORE, AL – A rowdy Roy Moore supporter was booted from a campaign event Wednesday night. Actually, it wasn’t a Roy Moore supporter at all. It was Jake Byrd, AKA comedian Tony Barbieri of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” making a mockery of Moore’s campaign event-slash-sermon inside an Alabama church. “I was just trying to let the judge know that he’s a man’s man and everyone freaked,” Byrd said. The comedian, sporting a “Gimme Moore” t-shirt, yelled, “He’s a man’s man! The […]

  • Adopt a pet on “Black FURiday”

    HOUSTON – You’re home for the Thanksgiving holiday, but did you realize you have a family member missing?! That’s because there are countless cats and dogs sitting in cages right now, in need of loving fur-ever homes! On Thanksgiving Day, from 10 a.m.-Noon, Houston Pets Alive! will be hosting a volunteer opportunity along with activities for families. Members of the public are invited to come to the shelter to walk dogs and care for cats. But wait, there’s more! Starting […]

  • Houston animal shelters go above and beyond, set standard for disaster response for pets

    HOUSTON – While Hurricane Harvey was raging on Aug. 27, Friends For Life received the call to manage the care for animals arriving with evacuees at the George R. Brown Convention Center. “We were told at that time to expect about 45 animals. In the first 24 hours, we triaged 671, ” said Salise Shuttlesworth, Executive Director and Founder of Friends For Life. They began the monumental task of building a shelter-within-a-shelter. “So, when you think about what has to […]

  • Houston Drivers Prepare for Huge Highway Headache

    HOUSTON – There’s nothing quite like the sound of twisted metal scraping across the highway to start your day! An 18-wheeler crash on the southbound lanes of the West Loop snarled traffic for hours Friday, after it spilled bales of cotton all over the road. It took men in forklifts five hours to clean up the cotton-pickin’ mess! Speaking of messes on the road, the notorious traffic cluster that is the West Loop and Interstate 69 interchange near the Galleria […]

  • Texas Tech student pulled over in stolen gun case before officer’s killing

    \LUBBOCK, Texas- As the Texas Tech police department prepares to bury one of their own, Lubbock police are busy piecing together the capital murder case against Hollis Alvin Daniels, 19, the college student they say shot and killed officer Floyd East, Jr., Monday night on campus. One major bombshell unveiled: Lubbock police talked to Daniels the day before while investigating a report of a stolen gun. Turns out, Daniels’ car matched the suspect vehicle description, but he denied consent when […]

  • Houston rapper Z-RO ordered to stay away from his ex

    HOUSTON – The Houston rapper, whose real name is Brittany Bullock, was back in court Thursday seeking a protective order from fellow H-town rapper and ex-boyfriend, “Z-RO,” Joseph McVey. “Complete and total victory today,” said attorney Lisa Bloom, as she walked out of the courtroom hand-in-hand with “Just Brittany.” “Just Brittany” accused her ex of beating and threatening to kill her. On Tuesday, a grand jury no-billed “Z-RO” on a felony charge of assault on a family member, but he is […]