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  • The Inside Story: Houston’s haunted pub crawl

    HOUSTON– Welcome goblins and ghouls, all spirits alike to a haunted pub tour full of terror, horror, and fright. Come thirsty for fear on this ghostly delight. As part pub-crawl and part ghost tour, the bar haunts began in 2012 when a couple of college buddies became frightfully bored. Taking one too many ghost tours without some sort of alcohol. Now, Nightly Spirits is scaring folks in 8 different cities across the nation. Let’s tempt our taste buds and join […]

  • Inside Story: A look back at Harvey

    HOUSTON– It was Friday August 25th, when the wind picked up and 51 inches of rain began to fall. No one had any idea of the tragedy Hurricane Harvey would bestow on the Bayou City. It seemed to take mere seconds for the water rise to record heights as H-town went into rescue mode and regular people emerged as heroes of the storm. Roads became rivers and the city rallied forming shelters to help thousands who lost everything. Let’s revisit […]

  • Legendary Halloween hot spot to say goodbye: Frankel’s Costume Shop is closing for good

    HOUSTON- Whatever your imagination dreams up this Halloween, follow the red carpet at the family-owned and operated Frankel’s Costume Shop in East Downtown. There, you can transform yourself into goblins, ghouls and superheroes. The story began in Morty Frankel’s little magic shop in 1950 when a customer wanted a skeleton costume. After zooming through some spooky good times over the decades, the Frankel family has decided to end its 67-year-old legacy. A developer is buying the business as part of the […]

  • What do you really know about blood donations? Educate yourself!

    HOUSTON — Have you given blood lately? Well in this world full of tragedy and pain, blood donations could mean the difference between life and death. “We have just now started with two facilities in Harris County, sending them whole blood products,” said Joshua Buckley, Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. Most people probably think all ambulances carry blood, but that is not true. Harris County Emergency Services District 48 and Cypress Creek EMS now transport blood in cars, thanks to the […]

  • Friday’s the last day to apply for D-Snap assistance in Houston

    HOUSTON– At least a thousand folks camped out at the George R. Brown last night in efforts to get their name on the list to qualify for 2 months of D-Snap assistance. On what appears to be the last call for those affected by Harvey to apply. TMO clergy and leaders are calling on state official and Governor Abbott to extend the program for at least another week due to the long lines and not all who need assistance getting it. […]

  • Smash and Grab at Pinks Pizza in Bellaire

    HOUSTON- Police are investigating after a vehicle rammed into the front of Pinks Pizza in Bellaire. Owners said the burglars smashed the counter and damaged part of the ceiling. The perps also used the car to knock over the safe which was bolted into the ground and got away with $500 cash Authorities are still searching for who did this.

  • Conroe, Texas is the fastest growing city in America

    CONROE, Texas  – Quick question, what’s the name of the fastest growing city in the United States? Well, head down I-45 about 40 minutes and you’ll find Conroe, Texas. Danielle Schiener guides our tour through little big town and says there’s three main factors that makes people want to move there. First, the overwhelming amount of jobs pouring in with new companies everyday. Second, the easy access to the Bayou City. Third, who doesn’t love to play on a lake? […]

  • FEMA announces where Harvey disaster relief funds are going

    HOUSTON-  Around 1.2 million homes were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and FEMA’s putting their money where their mouth is. Texas Land Commish George P. Bush said, Texans won’t see a dime from the Housing and Urban Development Disaster Relief Fund for at least another seven to 32 months. Adding that there’s too much governmental red tape to make the process any quicker. The City along with Harris County announced  that the first round of the $7 million relief will be […]

  • Houston residents share harrowing details after witnessing massacre in Las Vegas

    HOUSTON — Gunfire rained down on country music fans as they attended a festival on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday, leaving more than 50 people dead following what is now being called the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Houstonians Tim and Sharon Cluck survived the shooting on the Las Vegas Strip. NewsFix caught up with the couple moments after they landed Hobby Airport to hear a first hand account of the moments leading up to the shooting.