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  • Closing Comments: Viewer Feedback

    HOUSTON– Grego shares viewer feedback on “Facebook Friday”.

  • Closing Comments: College Drama

    HOUSTON–For the first time the Census Bureau is collecting data on higher education attainment. Turns out, women are more likely to have a bachelor’s degree than men. Looks like things are looking up for the ladies.  

  • Closing Comments: Bold Crimes

    HOUSTON–Recently more serious crimes, heinous murders, rape and torture have dominated our headlines. Perhaps a silent revolution, waged to remake the country into something else would bring us together. Or maybe we should just stop giving hate center stage.

  • Closing Comments: Phone Addiction

    HOUSTON– To answer or not to answer that is the question.

  • Closing Comments: U.S. Military

    The recent missile strikes sent a message to the rest of the world that the U.S. is back and will not be pushed around. Many Americans are feeling pretty good about recent moves by President Trump. Perhaps the recent flexing of U.S. military muscle will actually prevent us from getting into another war. In the end it’s not up to us. All we can do is try not to worry and hope that it’ll all work out fine.

  • Closing Comments: Viewer Feedback

    HOUSTON– Grego reads viewer feedback from NewsFix Houston’s Facebook page.

  • Closing Comments: Guns are not toys

    HOUSTON– Guns are not toys or props for pictures, they are tools that should be treated with the utmost respect and care. Even when unloaded a gun should never be carelessly left unattended to end up in the hands of anyone other than the owner. Not preaching just spreading a message. Hopefully this message will help others to not make the same mistakes that have taken the lives of so many young people recently.

  • Closing Comments: Kid Safety

    HOUSTON–Technology gives kids easy access to grown up news about the state of the world. Terror, threat of war, and things that even make adults feel unsafe. Gently addressing questions or thoughts that confuse or worry children can help them remain carefree and develop better coping mechanisms. Hopefully the comfort and safety that we provide, will lessen any adverse effects on their development.  And allow them to still be kids, if only for a little while.  

  • Closing Comments: What’s for dinner?

    HOUSTON– In today’s society nobody has time for anything. Mom and dad work and the kids are buried in homework. This means less time for household chores. Instead, we buy modern appliances and pre-packaged food to help us navigate our busy schedules.  When a species becomes too busy to prepare its own food. Bad things are on the horizon.