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  • Tix Fix: Win tickets to see Deep Purple and Alice Cooper

    HOUSTON – Deep Purple will be performing at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on August 18 with special guest Alice Cooper 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.      

  • Resident fights back, fatally stabbing suspect during attempted home invasion

    HOUSTON — A resident fought back during a home invasion Monday morning, killing one suspect and injuring another, according to Houston police. A resident who lived in the 8000 block of Meadowbrook Drive told police he heard someone banging on his door around 10:45 a.m., and when he looked out of the living room window, he saw a woman and a man exiting a red sedan. When the resident opened the door, the man and woman forced their way inside […]

  • Controversy surrounds Trump billboard in Phoenix

    PHOENIX – A new billboard is raising eyebrows in Phoenix. The board shows President Trump with mushroom clouds in the background wearing a Russian flag lapel pin, and two large dollar signs that resemble Swastikas. One resident by the sign says, “The artist likes to express their viewpoint but i gotta wake up to Naziism for the next four years. I’ve been here 35 years. This is the worst tagging stuff I’ve had in my neighborhood for 35 years.” It’s certainly catching […]

  • New video released in Michael Brown case

    AUSTIN – New security footage has surfaced of Michael Brown from the same day he was shot and killed in Ferguson. It now has people questioning what really happened. Brown’s mom Lezley McSpadden said, “I was surprised to hear that two years later, there was a video.” The new video shows Brown walk into the store at about one in the morning. “There was some type of exchange for one thing for another,” McSpadden said. “That these people know each other […]

  • Three Texas schools dreaming of Final Four run

    It was selection Sunday for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. A total of 68 invitations were handed out including those handed out to SWAC Champion Texas Southern, AAC Champion SMU and Big XII at-large bid for Baylor. Texas Southern is a 16 seed in the South Region and will open play against number one seed North Carolina on Friday in Greenville, South Carolina. SMU is the 6-seed in the East Region and will face the winner of Kansas State and […]

  • Cy Falls Eagles fly high to win state championship

    SAN ANTONIO – After years of being a power in high school basketball, the Cy Falls Eagles finally won their first state championship in 6A by beating Wagner 63-57 in the Alamodome. Cy Falls won their final 25 games en route to 35-3 championship season. Junior guard Nigel Hawkins was named the most valuable player for the championship game. He is one of five starters who are juniors so they’ll be a favorite to win all again in 2018. For now, let […]

  • Sheila Jackson Lee speaks on health care as VP Pence pushes for Trump’s plan in Kentucky

    HOUSTON – As the Republican leadership and the White House work to line up the votes on their Obamacare replacement bill, Republican members of Congress are getting hit hard by their constituents about the details of the plan. Vice President Mike Pence went to Louisville, Kentucky in an effort to sell the plan to the American people. He says the bill will allow them to do more with less, “We’re actually going to get rid of more than $500 billion in Obamacare’s tax […]

  • Off-duty officer chases down and shoots man suspected of armed robbery

    HOUSTON – An off-duty officer took the law into his own hands on Friday night. This after a woman flagged him down after she was robbed at gun point at a strip mall in San Jacinto. Houston police say the officer chased the robbery suspect on I-10 until an incident was triggered. HPD Captain William R. Dobbins says, “During that altercation, more than one round was fired by the officer, we know the suspect was struck at least one time.” […]

  • Texas woman gets 8 years in prison for voting illegally

    GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas – A Grand Prairie woman was found guilty for illegal voting in the November 2012 general election and the May 2014 Republican primary runoff in Dallas. This happened after Rosa Ortega didn’t understand the difference between a permanent resident and a citizen. Prosecutors say Ortega applied to vote in Tarrant County when she knew she was not a U.S. citizen, but the county rejected her application because she was not qualified to vote. A few months later, Ortega applied again, […]