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  • Tour de Houston has Houstonians pedaling for a good cause

    HOUSTON – Houstonians put their pedals to the medal early Sunday burning some rubber through the city for the 13th Annual Tour de Houston “Thirteen years ago myself, Rodney Ellis, and then Mayor Bill White came up with the idea  and we thought this would be a good way to promote health wellness and fitness and also a way to get people to travel through some of Houston’s historic and upcoming neighborhoods.” Thousands of riders turned out to participate in a 60-mile, […]

  • 58th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off in downtown Houston

    HOUSTON — The 58th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicked off in downtown Houston Saturday afternoon. Thousands of Houstonians filled the streets to celebrate the Irish in the Houston Strong-themed parade.  

  • Shooting range offers youth firearm camp

    FRIENDSWOOD, Texas– A contemporary camp is hoping to give kids a fun shooting experience by learning the basics of shooting a firearm. Best Shot Range in Friendswood offers a youth training camp for kids ages 8 to 16. Students are taught with rifles, pistols, and ammo in efforts to follow course standards set by the National Rifle Association’s basic rifle and basic pistol course. “Kids are naturally curious, they want to know! There is a better chance of something going […]

  • Pothole of the Day: FM 1960 at Mills Road

    HOUSTON— This week’s pothole is located on the corner of Mills Road near FM 1960 in northwest Houston. Drivers beware! This road is a sea of craters filled with not one, not two, but three tire poppers! Make sure to click on the video above to see how to avoid this triple threat!  

  • New study suggests 93 % of bottled water may have Microplastics

    HOUSTON—A new study by the State University of New York at Fredonia and the journalism group Orb Media claims that 93 percent of bottled water show signs of microplastic contamination. This includes fragments of plastic that are used to make bottle caps. The findings suggest if you drink one-liter of water a day you are possibly consuming tens of thousands of microplastics a year. Researchers tested 259 water bottles from eleven popular brands such as Aquafina, Dasani, and Nestle Pure Life […]

  • Selfie users seek plastic surgery for perfect selfies, according to new study

    HOUSTON—In the age of smartphones with dual 4K cameras some selfie lovers are seeking a more permanent filter. You guessed it— plastic surgery! According to the Medical Journal Jama Facial Plastic Surgery, 55 percent of facial plastic surgeons reported an increase of patients wanting to go under the knife just to snap the perfect selfie. Plastic surgeon Dr. Camille Cash says some of the things patients point out in selfies are often imaginary. “It’s important for patients to realize that […]

  • Women across country celebrate International Women’s Day

    HOUSTON — Women across the world rallied in unison Thursday for International Women’s Day,  by demanding change in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. Thousands of women locked arms in the streets of Spain, boycotting domestic tasks and calling for an end to unequal pay and precarious working conditions. Houston’s Rothko Chapel joined in on the action to give a voice to victims who were once silenced. The Monument Quilt is a powerful piece of art handmade by […]

  • HPD introduces new policy for domestic violence offenders

    HOUSTON — Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo is laying down the law to domestic violence offenders. The chief and District Attorney Kim Ogg have introduced a new policy effective immediately that will change the way first responders handle both victims and offenders when arriving at a domestic violence scene. The new policy comes in light of 43 deaths in 2017 related to domestic violence, and six deaths are already on record in 2018. A Houston man was charged with manslaughter […]

  • 29th Annual AIDS Walk Houston kicks off in downtown Houston

    HOUSTON – The 29th Annual Aids Walk Houston kicked off in Downtown Houston Sunday afternoon, hosting thousands of participants in the 3-mile walk. Mayor Sylvester Turner even laced up his sneakers for the cause, as he lead the walk in efforts to spread awareness for AIDS and HIV. What a way to make every step count H-town!