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  • Bromances threatening heterosexual relationships, study says

    It’s the age-old question that tends to get every man in trouble– bro night or date night? But watch out ladies! Apparently those bromances could actually get in the way of your relationship! New research published in the journal ‘Men and Masculinities’ reveal that the majority of men surveyed said their friendships with close buds were more emotionally satisfying than their relationships with women. But just because these bros are happy drinking beer and watching sports with one another doesn’t […]

  • Inaugural Bay Area Houston Women’s Conference welcomes anti-bullying activist Lizzie Velasquez as keynote speaker

    HOUSTON– On Thursday, author and anti-bullying activist, Lizzie Velasquez was welcomed with a standing ovation at the Bay Area Houston Women’s Conference where she was the keynote speaker. Velasquez was born with a rare congenital disease that prevents her from gaining weight. She was once called ‘The Ugliest Woman in the World’ but instead of giving in to the bullies, the 28-year-old used her story, her charm and her genuine kindness to relate to people from all walks of life. […]

  • Single and ready to mingle? Online dating expert shares tips to creating hot, savvy profile

    HOUSTON — Tinder, Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel, Match.com, Ok-Cupid, The League, Hinge, E-Harmony: today’s love seekers are overwhelmed with dozens of online dating sites and apps for the single and ready to mingle. Madeline Peña, 30, turned to online dating to get back in the game after a seven-year relationship with her ex-fiancé suddenly ended. “Right now, I’m really just looking to meet new people,” Peña said. “I had no idea how to date, I didn’t even know how to […]

  • Dignight Street Racing teams up with Mattress Mack to raise up to $20,000 for Harvey flood victims at racing event

    HOUSTON — At the Dignight Relief Race at Houston Motorsports Park, two by two, dozens of drivers raced to the finish line. It was a chance to prove they were the best and the fastest street racer in town, all while raising money for Hurricane Harvey flood victims. Jerrod Thompson is the owner of Dignight Street Racing. He said him and his team organized the benefit race in just three weeks. A typical race event takes up to six months […]

  • Vegas survivors seeking mental health advice, local psychiatrist offers advice on how to cope

    HOUSTON– As the gunshots at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas rang out Sunday night,  Jason Price and his wife, Gina, were right in the center of the panic and chaos. “We were standing right behind the stage when we first heard the gunshots. We thought it was fireworks or something,” Price said. “It was like we were living through a movie that I never want to see again but I’ll never forget,” Price continued. Price is […]

  • Smithsonian experts provide affordable, DIY tips for salvaging Harvey-damaged items

    HOUSTON– Don’t let the storm wash away your precious heirlooms. For anyone trying to salvage Harvey-damaged items like family pictures, baby blankets or even wedding guestbooks. Experts from The Smithsonian are here to help. Teddy Reeves is a museum specialist of religion. He said a common misconception is that photos that are stuck together are no longer good. “We are here to say that’s not it. All you need is distilled or deionized water, place the water into a container […]

  • Day For Night festival organizers beefing up security after deadly massacre at Las Vegas concert

    HOUSTON– As new developments from the deadly massacre in Las Vegas continues to unfold, Day For Night festival organizers are already beefing up security in preparation. Day For Night kicks off in mid December, marking the next major music festival to hit the Bayou City. Omar Afra is the founder of Day For Night fest. He said crews wants to create a safe environment for attendees so they can have as much fun as possible. “We’re working really closely with […]

  • More kids getting sick after Harvey, exposure to mold could be to blame

    HOUSTON– Nearly a month after Hurricane Harvey hit, doctors say they’re getting an influx of sick kids. “We are seeing an increasing number of ear infections, asthma flaring up, wheezing, congestion, fever, so I’m thinking a lot kids got exposed to homes which were underwater. A lot of kids are getting sick now and that is unusual this early into the school year,” Dr. Sangeeta Agrawala with the Texas Family Pediatric Group in Missouri City said. Dr. Agrawala believes the […]

  • Annual National Night Out event at Discovery Green brings law enforcement, community together

    HOUSTON– Neighborhoods across the country celebrated the annual ‘National Night Out’ event Tuesday. With food and music, Discovery Green Downtown was teeming with officers and deputies offering a quick handshake and an opportunity for the community to voice their concerns. “I want to give the Houston Police a shout out for the good job they did during Harvey. They kept all the order going with 10,000 people in George R. Brown while I was living nearby and you hardly noticed […]