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  • Closing Comments: Viewer Feedback

    HOUSTON — Busy week? Tell us about it! Or maybe you already did. Grego shares the viewer feedback to close out the week.

  • Closing Comments: The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    HOUSTON—Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy still reigning true today as we continue to fight hate with love. If Dr. King was still alive today its sad to think he would still be fighting for the unjust. We have a choice. We can do nothing and hope someone else does, or make our little corner of the world a better place with action like Martin Luther King, Jr. did.

  • Closing Comments: Viewer Feedback

    HOUSTON– Grego reads viewer feedback from Facebook and Twitter. Got some thoughts on a story or something on your mind, hit us up on Facebook or Twitter.

  • Closing Comments: The Golden Globes highlights the #MeToo movement

    HOUSTON— The Golden Globes highlighted the ongoing fight against sexual harassment in Hollywood and the progress that’s being made through the #MeToo movement. Although the show was praised for empowering woman some opposed the overtly sexual attire that some of the actresses were wearing. As the saying goes “there’s a time and place for everything” This year’s Golden Globe Awards was centered around women asking everyone to respect their bodies so maybe this was not the right time for actresses […]

  • Closing Comments: 2018 goals, what does your future hold?

    HOUSTON—2018 is here but a new year doesn’t have to mean a new you. Let’s stop stressing over those new year goals and just take it day by day. If we all plan to be less stressed have more faith and avoid any harmful situations it will all work itself out in the end.  

  • Closing Comments: Encouraging words is the greatest Christmas gift you can receive

    HOUSTON—Christmas is supposed to be the most joyous time of the year but for the families affected by the train derailment in Washington State this Christmas will be one of sadness. Here in Houston there are still many who are without homes due to Hurricane Harvey. Even in the worst of times there is so much to be thankful for. As you drive home from work and settle in for the night, remember how blessed you are and If you […]

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    Closing Comments: Road Rage and the holiday road warrior

    HOUSTON—Road Rage during the Holiday season seems to be worse than any other time of the year. With the recent influx of road shootings and fist fights is enough to make anyone want to stay off the roads. So how can you steer clear of Holiday road rage? For starters, try staying out of the left lane if you intend on going under the speed limit. Remember left lane means passing lane.

  • Closing Comments: Social media monitoring, are your opinions to racy to post?

    HOUSTON—The old saying familiarity breeds contempt is beginning to spill over into the social media realm. Think about it, have you had to unfriend people since the Hilary-Trump election? In fear of losing friends many are choosing to not post or tweet for fear of what their friends might think. Maybe the better we know people the more likely we are to find fault with them. If your Facebook friends have started to decrease maybe you should take a look […]

  • Closing Comments: The most wonderful time of the year

    HOUSTON—Holiday blues is in the air! Wondering what to buy, who to buy for and will they even like it, will drive you crazy. So why is it called the most wonderful time of the year? Maybe it’s because the look you get when someone gets exactly what they want makes it worth the stress.