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  • Pearland PD: Missing autistic boy found dead

    PEARLAND, Texas — A 9-year-old autistic boy who went missing in Pearland on Thanksgiving Day has been found dead. According to the Pearland Police Department, Marcus McGhee went missing from a home in the 6700 block of Fite around 4 p.m. Thursday. Surveillance video captured Marcus exiting the rear of the home. He was wearing a black t-shirt, with a green Nike swoosh on it, and gray and black sweat pants. He was not wearing any shoes. Family members say […]

  • Is Houston the next Comedy Mecca?

    HOUSTON – With how crazy the world’s been lately, we could all use a good laugh. The Secret Group, a new Houston comedy and entertainment club wants to help you forget about how much everything sucks, so they created the first Comedy Festival Houston has seen in years. “Houston is the third or fourth largest city in the country. And it had no comedy festival so it just made sense,” said Andrew Youngblood, a Co-Founder of the Secret Group and […]

  • Foodgasm: Himalaya Restaurant and Catering

    HOUSTON — Houston is ranked the number one city in America for Ethnic food, and this week we stop in local gem, Himalaya. This local hot spot delivers some of the highest quality Indian and Pakistani plates this side of the Atlantic. Owner and Chef Kaiser Lashkari walks us through his hidden food haven and cooks up his masterful recipes such as the Chicken Hara Masala, Lamb Biryani, and the BBQ Grill Platter among a few other delicious dishes that […]

  • Protests of construction of Dakota Access Pipeline continue during Thanksgiving Week

    As Thanksgiving approaches: we most likely think turkey, football, family, and Plymouth Rock. But for some Americans, this holiday brings up dark thoughts and twisted history. “Because they became distance from the Great Spirit, I believe that the Europeans had this bottomless want and those were the kinds of people who came over here and killed men, women, and children,” said Chance Landry, the founder, curator and director of the Southern Apache Museum. The warm and fuzzy Thanksgiving story of […]

  • Foodgasm: Tasty southern comforts at Ritual in Midtown

    HOUSTON — Foodgasm sinks its teeth into Ritual, a restaurant where you can get some of the best Texas has to offer on your plate. Watch as restaurant partner Felix Florez demonstrates what it takes to create mouthwatering steaks from the happiest cows this side of the Mississippi. The casual, yet sophisticated spot in the Heights is a must go if you want to dive into a dry, aged T-Bone or a fresh caught salmon, or even some clever small […]

  • Nike to release self-tying, power-lacing shoe from the future

    HOUSTON — Stop trippin’ because Nike is finally releasing the famed, ‘Back to the Future’ inspired self-lacing shoes. Although they look a little bit different than in the movie, the shoe is futuristically named the Hyperadapt 1.0 and uses high-tech sensors to strap on your kicks when you slide in your feet and make micro adjustments as you see fit. “They really want it to be a performance shoe. They want it to be the future of footwear. So they […]

  • 2 Texas churches to be stripped of their Baptist title

    HOUSTON — A wise man named Ice Cube once said, “If ya scared, go to church!” But just pray they’ll let you in the door. The Baptist General Convention of Texas have put two churches, The First Baptist in Austin and the Wilshire Baptist in Dallas on the chopping block. The reason: the congregations gave an open invitation to the LGBTQ community. If the two welcoming worship centers are expelled, a big chunk of their funds would stop rolling in. […]

  • Foodgasm: Oporto Food House and Wine

    HOUSTON — How about some Portuguese, if you please? On this week’s Foodgasm, we drop on in at Oporto Food House and Wine to snack on some tasty Portuguese plates and learn a little about the unsung hero of European cuisine. Owner-Chef Richard Di Virgilio takes us on a tantalizing tour of the restaurant that has found it’s own blend of Portuguese fusion that mashes together everything from Indian to Italian to Brazilian. Here he shows us the Polvo Com […]

  • Houston artist gives voters rides to polls in art car

    HOUSTON — This is it: D-Day. The big kahuna. The one that will go down as the weirdest election in American history. And one Houstonian helped to make it even weirder by flying their freak flag along side the American one. “It’s a really exciting election, and I love being out here with my art car driving people, because it makes me happy to see people going to the polls. It makes me happy to see them participating in the […]

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