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  • Best way to do yoga? In the middle of a lake!!!

    HOUSTON – What do you say when someone asks you to take a yoga class in the middle of a lake? You say, “Sup.” Angie Currell’s taught Big Sup Yoga for on five years now and says she’s more than happy to bring it to the Houston area. And don’t worry too much if you fall in. It’s all part of the experience. Let’s climb aboard and stretch to what might be the most unique way to contour your body […]

  • All eyes on the sky as total solar eclipse captivates the world; need another view of it?

    HOUSTON — It came, we saw, and it was awesome!!!  It may have taken 38 years but this century’s first solar eclipse across the USA is now in the history books. People across the world were excited to view the total solar eclipse, which started around 11:46 a.m. reached its peak over our local skies around 1:16 p.m. A total solar eclipse is only visible from a small area on Earth. The people who see the total eclipse are in the […]

  • Vandals deface Christopher Columbus statue in Bell Park

    HOUSTON — You might not see it now, but vandals thought it would be a good idea to cover the Christopher Columbus Statue at Bell Park with red paint. You know, the guy who discovered the land we walk on more than 525 years ago. Sure, the country is in turmoil over Confederate statues like the few we have here in the Bayou City, but Christopher Columbus? Have the lines of history really become so blurred? The statue, which was donated […]

  • Katy ISD has most expensive high school football stadium in US

    KATY, Texas — It may have taken two years, but Katy Independent School District has finally fulfilled its legacy— Legacy Stadium that is. The end result is the most expensive high school sports facility in the county, registering at a grand $70.3 million! Mike Johnston Field sits on 43 acres and will service all eight high schools in the district. Twelve thousand seats, a $1.8 million state-of-the-art scoreboard and 2,600 square foot locker rooms. And the views— oh man, are […]

  • What’s to come of Confederate statues in Houston?

    HOUSTON — Why is it that violent acts of terrorism, like the horrifying scene in Charlottesville, only add fuel to the fire, calling for the removal of all Confederate statues nation-wide? Here in Houston, Mayor Sylvester Turner is considering removing two city landmarks– the Spirit of Confederacy in Sam Houston Park and the Dowling Statue at Hermann Park. Religious and political leaders met at City Hall to show solidarity with the victims of Charlottesville, a clear message that criminal acts […]

  • Meet Betty Wiggins, HISD’s new ‘rebel lunch lady’

    HOUSTON – Let this be a message to all Houston ISD lunch menus out the there — get ready — there’s a new rebel in town! And her number one cause is nutrition. Betti Wiggins received four major awards for her work improving the Detroit School System menu. The same effort, she says, she’ll give to the Bayou City. Lets hop in line with the woman whose number one job is making sure our kids learn how to eat. Meet […]

  • Mother of Houston woman hurt in Charlottesville attack speaks about daughter’s injuries

    HOUSTON —  Among the victims and families impacted by the horrific events in Chancellorsville, one is Natalie Romero, a graduate from Bellaire High School. Erika Chaves, the 20-year-old’s mother, was moved to tears from thoughts of her daughter being plowed down. When James Alex Fields Jr, 20, allegedly rammed his car though a crowd of counter protesters at the “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally. The University of Virginia sophomore suffered from multiple injuries including a skull fracture, which could […]

  • Don’t miss out on Texas’ Tax Free Weekend 2017

    HOUSTON — Who’s ready to go back to school shopping? During this weekend, it’s tax free! It’s year 19 for the shopping gimmick, so run don’t walk to the closest participating retailer. Fight those overcrowded isles for your chance to pick up items that are most likely out of stock. And wait in lines for hours just to save eight cents for every dollar. It’s got to be worth it,  right? Get pencils, paper, scissors, and glue. Get erasers, shoes, […]

  • All aboard! NewsFix visits Mr. McKinney’s one-of-a kind Houston history bus

    HOUSTON — Take a trip through historic Houston with Mr. McKinney’s Historic Houston and the new Houston History Bus. NewsFix hopped aboard for the inaugural ride. You can jump on board starting Aug. 21 at a kick-off party for the Bayou City’s birthday, which is Aug. 30. Catch the bus from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. at Sambuca in the historic Rice Hotel.  McKinney will be giving out free tours on the Houston History Bus, and Sambuca will have food and […]