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  • Houston Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ goes on hometown tour after Hurricane Harvey

    HOUSTON — The Houston Ballet has moved The Nutcracker from the Wortham Theater after the damage from Hurricane Harvey. The ballet decided to take the production on a hometown tour for fans to watch their favorite Christmas Story this holiday season. The Nutcracker can be seen at Sugar Land’s Smart Financial Centre now through Dec. 23. The second leg of the tour kicks off Dec. 30 through Jan. 6, 2018.

  • Making the Grade: Private versus Public school

    HOUSTON — Class is in session H-Town, so you might want to have a paper and pen ready. When it comes to the old debate of public versus private school, Newsfix is putting these families to the test. While most private schools require tuition and a screening process, public schools are free for students to attend because they are relying on taxes and government funding. But, can a potential lack of funding in some places mean a lack in learning? Freshman […]

  • Houston Children’s Charity annual Christmas party for underprivileged families

    HOUSTON – Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas is near! Houston Children’s Charity kicked off its annual Christmas party for underprivileged families in Downtown Houston. The event was filled with holiday cheer, food, fun and games. What’s a Christmas party without Mr. and Mrs. Claus? The jolly duo stopped by to hand out toys and goodies, spreading the Christmas cheer to more than 600 children. Check out the video for more on this rockin’ Christmas party!

  • ‘Tree of Remembrance’ at City Hall for crime victims’ family members

    HOUSTON — Christmas will never be the same for these families. Families of homicide victims gathered at City Hall Saturday afternoon for “The Crime Victims Memorial Remembrance Tree Lighting Ceremony”. Parents of Murdered Children along with the group Victim Advocate sponsored the 23rd annual event. At the event, families came together to hang personalized ornaments on a Christmas tree. The tree will be on display in City Hall throughout the holiday season. This gesture proves that the victims may be gone, but […]

  • Sneaker heads celebrate 15th annual Houston Sneaker Summit

    HOUSTON — Sneaker enthusiast from all over the country celebrate the 15th annual Houston Sneaker Summit Sunday. The bi-annual event took place at the Bayou City Center in southwest Houston. At the summit, thousands of fans gathered to sell, trade, and buy exclusive kicks. Check out the video for the full story.

  • H-Town’s Sneaker Summit preview

    HOUSTON — The Sneaker Summit is coming to H-Town this Sunday, Dec. 3 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Bayou City Event Center. At this event, Sneaker Enthusiasts can shop, swap and sell shoes in a safe environment. The event draws in thousands of fans from across the country. Click on the videos to see what all the fuss is about.      

  • Homeless neighbors in Montrose area say they are overlooked

    HOUSTON — A recent incident inside a Montrose CVS Drug Store, where a manager was forced to wrestle a panhandler for harassing customers, has the community seeking answers. So why aren’t the homeless people in that neighborhood getting the same attention as other communities? Locals believe more volunteers don’t pitch in because they fear for their safety. Those in need say, “it’s all about giving what you can and every little bit helps.” Unfortunately, while waiting on that help to […]

  • Houston Dynamo uphill battle for Western Conference Championship

    HOUSTON – Players with the Houston Dynamo are only one game away from the Western Conference Championship. This upcoming game will have to be one of the best for the team, so they can have a chance of advancing. Houston Dynamo lost the first-leg of the championship to the Seattle Sounders last Tuesday – score being 2-0. The team will have to win Thursday’s game in Seattle — scoring at least three goals to advance. The Dynamo hit the pitch at 9:30 […]

  • ‘Black Furiday’ free pet adoption weekend

    HOUSTON – ‘Tis is “officially” the season to be jolly and to help a friend in need. Especially the cute and cuddly furry friends at Houston Pets Alive! The non-profit animal shelter invites you to celebrate the gift that keeps on giving by waiving all adoption fees to animal lovers. The three-day “Black Furiday” event hopes to place 300 animals in loving homes just in time for the holidays. Anyone who adopts during the event is automatically entered into a […]