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  • Last Call for DSNAP in Harris County

    HOUSTON– Friday marks the final day of the three day extension of DSNAP benefits. The extension was given for Harvey victims who missed  the previous deadline for assistance. The lack of resources and sign up locations fired up TOP (Texas Organizing Project) leaders to take action against Harris County Judge Ed Emmett. The group rallied outside of Emmett’s office at the Harris County Administration building demanding the judge step up and extend D-Snap with better resources. Judge Emmett responded by […]

  • Monster Truck Jam giveaway event for HPD

    HOUSTON– Monster Jam delivered a “monster” donation to the Houston Police Department first responders Thursday. The group gave away 2,000 Monster Jam tickets to police officers as a thank you for rescue their efforts during Hurricane Harvey. Monster partnered with Chick Fil A and the Rod Ryan show to kick off the family event at the HPD Union Headquarters. The officers were all smiles as they climbed aboard the big rig known as the Grave Digger, sparking a monster idea of their […]

  • Sheila Jackson Lee gives thanks a little early to ‘BBQ Masters for Disaster’ with Harvey relief ‘thank you’ event

    HOUSTON — With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee gives thanks a little early this year. Barbecue Masters for Disaster, in partnership with the American Red Cross, set up shop in Houston early September, serving over 5,000 meals a day to Hurricane Harvey victims in the area. “We found people that haven’t eaten for three days, and we gave them a hot meal… it’s not race, it’s not a color, it’s not a creed it’s nothing, it’s […]

  • Hear Ye, Hear Ye! The Texas Renaissance Festival is in town!

    TODD MISSION, Texas — Hear ye, Hear ye! H-Town, it’s time for the Annual Texas Renaissance Festival. The Texas Renaissance Festival is the nation’s largest and most acclaimed Renaissance-themed park. Certain weekends feature different themes, and this weekend it was a pirate adventure! It’s always good fun at the festival, and this year it’s a good cause as well. A portion of all proceeds collected at the 43rd Annual Renaissance Festival will go to Hurricane Harvey Relief and recovery efforts.  

  • Virginity in 2017, many losing it later for love

    HOUSTON– If you’re a fan of the CW TV Series “Jane the Virgin,” we’re sure you’re familiar with her complicated story. Virgins in the year 2017? You might have better luck spotting a unicorn in rush hour traffic. Newsfix decided to hit the streets in search of a real life Jane the virgin and we met up with Denise Henderson. Henderson is proud to celebrate her choice of abstinence and she’s not ashamed to be labeled a virgin either. “Some […]

  • Students receive Hurricane Harvey music relief from singers Bell Biv Devoe

    HOUSTON–Thanks to the non-profit organization “Music Doing Good“, students at Roberts Middle School can play in perfect harmony during orchestra class. The Music Doing Good program unloaded a U-haul truck filled with violins and cellos to students whose families can no longer afford to rent them post Hurricane Harvey. Orchestra instructor Debbie McKelvey noticed the need for instruments immediately after the flood and reached out to organizations for help. “We were going to be looking at forty or so students […]

  • Houstonians get a taste of Greek culture through food, art, wine, and more at Annual Greek Fest!

    HOUSTON — For over 50 years, the Original Greek Festival has treated several guests to family fun, the finest foods and lots of fellowship. This year was no different, of course! Take a look at how Houstonians were able to experience Hellenic culture through the Greek Fest this weekend! Stay connected! Download the CW39 NewsFix app for iOS or Android devices and the CW39 Weather app for iOS or Android devices.

  • Pothole of The Day – Willow Timber Drive and Ella Boulevard

    HOUSTON– This week’s pothole comes to you courtesy of the 800 block of Willow Timber at Ella boulevard. Local drivers say it’s like a mini earthquake when you drive your car over this double whammy. Beware drivers! On this corner craters are annoying drivers on both the north and south bound lanes. Click on the video for more about this week’s Pothole!  

  • Thousands of volunteers needed for Hurricane Harvey rebuilding phase

    HOUSTON– Volunteer Megan Oakland is one of many volunteers throughout the Houston area who are helping homeowners recover from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. Through organizations like Volunteer Houston and Disaster Aid USA, Megan and others like her have been able to keep the “Houston Strong” motto alive. “I already been through this once before during Katrina. I was on the other side when people were coming and helping us. Now it’s good to be on that other side now and […]