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  • Southwest Houston’s Higher Dimension Church opens doors for worship before donating much-needed Harvey relief

    HOUSTON– Lines wrapped around the sidewalks as Higher Dimension Church in southwest Houston distributed an array of much-needed items for the community after Hurricane Harvey devastated the city. Donations included backpacks with school supplies, canned and nonperishable foods, pillows, toiletries, adult and baby diapers, new baby clothes and pet food. Before donations were handed out, residents were invited inside the church for prayer. The items were donated via two 18-wheeler trucks from Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Southern California following […]

  • Houston Press Best of Houston® says UH Cougars have best fans in H-Town

    HOUSTON — Sports is a big deal in H-Town but when it comes to the fandom, no fans do it quite like these. The Houston Press names Houston Cougar football fans – the best fans in Houston! With the Coogs being 2-0, the best fans in Houston are super psyched about the way the team has been playing!  

  • Shannon Miles to serve life without parole in cold-blooded, ambush killing of Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Shannon Miles, the man charged in the cold-blooded killing of Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth, pleaded guilty Wednesday for his role in the deputy’s murder. Despite efforts on the part of prosecutors for a death sentencing, Miles was condemned to life in a federal prison without parole, attorneys said. “Our client took responsibility,” defense attorney Charles Brown said. “He has plead guilty. He has a just punishment. He has life without parole.” “Life without parole is […]

  • Closing Comments: Dealing with stress after Hurricane Harvey

    HOUSTON – The attention on Texas has shifted to Florida, awaiting Hurricane Irma’s arrival. As it should, our thoughts are with the people in its path. Meanwhile, as we continue to clean up, deal with the traffic nightmares and tally up what we’ve lost, we still need to focus on our health in these very stressful times. Grego shares his thoughts on how to stay motivated.

  • Closing Comments: Harvey has pulled us all together, don’t let anything tear us apart again!

    HOUSTON — Hurricane Harvey has brought the people of Texas together in a way no one could ever imagine, especially with the way racial and political tensions in the world have been going, so let’s not stop the love from flowing. Grego says ignore the rumors, block out the energy and let’s focus on reclaiming our lives and rebuilding our homes.

  • Tearful Houston police chief, mayor confirm 34-year veteran HPD officer drowns in Harvey floodwaters

    HOUSTON – Choking up with tears, Houston Police Department Chief Art Acevedo confirmed that Sgt. Steve Perez drowned in the floodwaters caused by Hurricane Harvey. In the predawn hours on Sunday, Perez, 60, drove two and a half hours, seeking a safe route in order to report to duty. He got caught in the floodwaters at an underpass and drowned. Around 8 a.m. Tuesday, the Cajun Navy recovered his body inside his vehicle on Hardy at Beltway 8. It is […]

  • Osteen: Being straight is not a choice, but being gay is a sin

    Lakewood Church opening as shelter for citizens needing Harvey relief, will other megachurches follow?

    HOUSTON — After many cries for help and backlash on social media, Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church opened its doors Tuesday as a shelter to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Lakewood is receiving people who need shelter. We are also receiving supplies such as baby food, baby formula and other shelter needs. — Lakewood Church (@lakewoodch) August 29, 2017 Victoria and I care deeply about our fellow Houstonians. Lakewood’s doors are open and we are receiving anyone who needs shelter. […]

  • HISD cancels activities as precaution due to Harvey

    HOUSTON — All Houston Independent School District campus-based activities and district events – including professional development and recruiting sessions – taking place after 2:00 p.m. have been canceled on Friday, August 25, due to the threat of inclement weather.  All athletic activities for Friday and Saturday are cancelled, including practices, scrimmages, and any scheduled games. HISD officials are closely monitoring the region’s weather and road conditions for possible impact on schools and district offices for the first day of school […]

  • 40 miniature horses suffering from malnutrition, other medical issues rescued in Baytown

    BAYTOWN, Texas — The Houston SPCA rescued 40 miniature horses from a property in Baytown Wednesday morning. The horses are suffering from a variety of medical conditions, including malnutrition, breathing issues and hoof problems. A team of 18 Houston SPCA cruelty investigators and equine specialists responded to the scene and are transporting the horses back to the campus.