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  • Beltone Pledge: Houston Police Department 6/26/17

    HOUSTON — Houston police officers showed their patriotism reciting the “Pledge of Allegiance” on June 26, 2017. CW39 and Beltone are bringing patriotism back to the morning show – with a daily recitation of The Pledge of Allegiance! We want to get our awesome viewers involved by inviting them do The Pledge of Allegiance on the morning show. To recommend a group or organization to say the pledge, please email cw39pledges@tribunemedia.com.

  • Executive Producer

    KIAH, a Tribune Broadcasting station, has an opening for an Executive Producer to work in our Houston location.  The Executive Producer must be a proven newsroom leader looking to play a major role in one of the country’s most innovative news operation.  This role will excel under tight deadlines and bring bold, creative ideas for developing newscasts with rating success. Responsibilities: Overall responsibility for all nightly NewsFix newscasts, including oversight on story selection, content, and production Work with managers and team […]

  • Maggie’s Morning Mini-cast

    HOUSTON — The CW39 Houston’s Maggie Flecknoe updates you with the latest Houston headlines June 26, 2017. Mother, small children forced to jump out window during NW Houston apartment fire HOUSTON — Residents of a northwest Houston apartment complex are crying out against an allegedly neglectful management staff after their building caught fire in an incident, which one family claims was the inevitable consequence of the apartment’s unsuitable living conditions. [Read More]  

  • HCSO: Suspected drunken driver causes three crashes, including one fatal

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after an alleged drunken driver was accused causing three separate crashes — including one fatality — Saturday morning in the Tomball area, authorities said. “The driver of the Kia we have found to be intoxicated,” Sgt S. Wolverton said. Investigators said the driver of a Kia was heading south on Highway 249. The first crash was at Seton Lakes, then he crashed into another car a few blocks to […]

  • Driver dies in SW Houston after trying to beat train

    HOUSTON — Police are investigating after a driver was killed over the weekend while trying to beat a train in the southwest Houston area. Investigators said the train slammed into the side of the driver’s vehicle, killing the driver and pushing the truck about 200 yards down the track. The incident happened around 9 p.m. on Saturday night at the intersection of Main Street and Fondren Road, the Houston Police Department said. Police said a driver of a white pickup […]

  • Tix Fix: Win tickets to see Depeche Mode

    HOUSTON — Depeche Mode will be playing at the Woodlands Pavilion on Sept. 24 and Scott Sparks wants to send you to check out the show.  Watch the clip above and answer a trivia question here for you chance to enter. Many will enter, maybe you will win.

  • Flix Fix: Transformers The Last Knight, The Beguiled and more

    HOUSTON — Transformers The Last Knight is the 5th film in the franchise, marking the 10- year anniversary of the autobots. Anthony Hopkins joins Mark Wahlberg in the action flick, but can director Michael Bay offer something we haven’t already seen in the previous four films? Film critic Dustin Chase reviews the summer blockbuster plus this week’s counter release. Earning the best director award at Cannes this year, Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled stars Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and a group […]

  • Beltone Pledge of Allegiance: VA Med Center 6/23/17

    HOUSTON — Staff at the VA Med Center showed their patriotism reciting the “Pledge of Allegiance” on June 23, 2017. CW39 and Beltone are bringing patriotism back to the morning show – with a daily recitation of The Pledge of Allegiance! We want to get our awesome viewers involved by inviting them do The Pledge of Allegiance on the morning show. To recommend a group or organization to say the pledge, please email cw39pledges@tribunemedia.com.

  • Security guard accused of secretly filming young boys in bathroom at southwest Houston charter school

    HOUSTON — A 20-year-old security guard working at a southwest Houston charter school was caught taking cellphone video of an 11-year-old student in the bathroom, investigators say.  Yandry Jimenez Rivero, a Cuban national, has been charged with improper photography. Harris County prosecutor Patrick Stayton released the disturbing details to the media at a press conference on Thursday. According to investigators, Rivero worked for a private security company that was employed by the Houston Independent School District. He was on duty […]