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    Believe it or not, Houston’s gridlock isn’t as bad as other cities

    HOUSTON – One of the common plights of Houstonians is the traffic. But it turns out, it could be worse! According to INRIX, a traffic research firm, Houston has the 28th worst traffic in the world. Los Angeles tops the list, following analysis from 1,000 cities across 38 countries. The U.S. had 10 cities in the top 25, but Houston was just outside that. Houston drivers spent 52 hours backed up in traffic last year. Dallas has it a bit […]

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    NewsFix challenges Houstonians with President’s Day trivia

    HOUSTON — On Presidents’ Day, test your knowledge with some trivia! For example, do you know which president had the largest feet? That’d be Warren Harding, who wore a size 14!  What’s the official candy of the White House? The correct answer is M&M’s. For more fun facts, check out the video above.

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    Houston resident shares her experience in Japanese internment camp

    HOUSTON – December 7, 1941 does in fact live in infamy but a less famous, and also devastating day followed shortly after. Seventy-five years ago, on February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed  Executive Order 9066 which eventually led to the legal internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans during the World War II era. “Makes me feel sort of sad when I think of what we went through,” Marion Takehara has lived in Texas for almost 40 years, but as a […]

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    Class Acts: Elsa Soto works with Houston Hispanic Forum to achieve life goals

    HOUSTON — No one can doubt Elsa Soto’s work ethic. “What I really strive for is to always work harder than what people expect me to do,” the senior at Chavez High School said. That desire to be better fits perfectly into her involvement with the Houston Hispanic Forum, and the organization’s Career & Education Day.  The event takes place at George R. Brown Convention Center Feb. 18 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. “You’re going to learn different careers, […]

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    AAA study reveals millennials worse driver than previous generations

    HOUSTON – The much maligned millennial generation can add another critique to its growing list— being deemed the worst drivers by a new study. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety surveyed drivers ages 19 – 24 years old about their driving experience within the last month and 88 percent of surveyors admitted to driving dangerously. The infractions included the anticipated texting while driving excuse, speeding and even running red lights! Seventy-nine percent of the drivers between 25 – 39 years […]

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    Game On! ‘GoGames360’ brings out the gamers this weekend at Legends Sports Complex

    THE WOODLANDS, Tx. – “GoGames360” took over the Legends Sports Complex in The Woodlands this weekend. The 40-hour gaming marathon allowed kids and adults of all ages to play a variety of video games, tabletop games, and physical games. The event organizers say their mission is to harness the power of games to build bonds through play, bringing together business, community, and family.

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    Class Acts: ChiChi Nwankwo follows ‘positive route’ to wrestling success, following family tragedy

    RICHMOND, Texas – Nkechinyere “ChiChi” Nwankwo has dreams of competing in the Olympics, and if the start of her wrestling career is any indication, that could one day be a reality. “My dream is to not only be an Olympic wrestler, but use that as an outlet for others to raise themselves up,” Nwankwo said. “I can be that poster child to show them they can do the same thing, and you don’t have to come from money or anything […]

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    Class Acts: High schooler from Tomball adds another Grammy’s trip to impressive bucket list

    TOMBALL, Texas— Kaicey Pritts has seen some of the biggest events in the last year. “I’ve been to the Grammy’s. I’ve been to a Presidential Debate in Miami. I’ve been to the Presidential Inauguration,” Pritts said. Not a bad list for the Concordia Lutheran High School senior! As an active student journalist, Pritts has taken part in a variety of programs to get to these major events. “I’m just thankful to attend these things people dream of,” Pritts said. “It’s […]

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    Astros head into spring training feeling healthy

    HOUSTON – Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow feel good about their team, and more importantly it’s health, going into spring training. “We’ve got a tough team that shows up ready to play everyday, so when we start with that basis at the beginning of the day, we have a chance to win every game,” Hinch said. Last season, the Astros posted a record of 84-78, missing out on the playoffs. Pitchers and catchers report to spring […]