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  • Intruder killed in attempted Kingwood home invasion

    HOUSTON – T’was the night before Christmas and at a Houston Home. A family was celebrating, thinking they were alone. When from another room a window did break and for the Christmas intruders, this house was a mistake. That’s because Houston Police say one of the people inside the home shot and killed a man who broke in. “The son takes out a weapon, fearing for their safety, and fires his gun at the suspect,” said Houston Police Sergeant Joshua […]

  • It’s all good! Give back to take a swing at ultimate golfing experience with Murray Brothers!

    You’re probably familiar with comedian Bill Murray. While he provides the laughs, his brothers Andy, Brian, Joel, John, and Ed provide food and fun! Back in 2001, they opened up the Murray Bros. Caddy Shack and together the bros are giving back! Along with running their business, every year they put on their Caddy Shack Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting various charities across the country! This time around, they’re giving you and three friends a swing at doing some good! If you donate $10 or […]

  • Who trumps Trump? A refresher course on checks and balances

    There’s a fight brewing between two branches of the U.S. government. Remember President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order that restricted travel from seven countries?  Well, a federal judge in Seattle decided Saturday that, for now, the so-called “ban” can’t be enforced. And the POTUS was not happy about it. The question is, can a judge really go over the president’s head like that? We asked constitutional attorney Chad Ruback for a refresher course on the checks and balances between the three branches […]

  • Local coffee shop collects blankets for the homeless

    HOUSTON, Texas – Rock and Roll Hotrods Custom Coffee & Supply’s ‘Bikes and Blankets’ drive has partnered with Houston Heroes to collect blankets for the homeless which will be distributed at various locations to those living on the street. To assist the homeless with staying warm, please drop off donations at 5906 Canal Street, Houston, Texas 77011.

  • No more scattering ashes! Catholic church changes creamation rules

    VATICAN CITY —  Listen up Catholics, the Vatican is making some changes. Just in time for Halloween and All Souls Day — when Catholics are supposed to pray for and remember the dead — comes a rule change on cremation. When it comes to disposing of a body, the folks at the Vatican prefer burial. They’ve called cremation a “brutal destruction of the body.”  Despite those feelings, they OK’ed the flaming ritual more than 50 years ago. Now, Pope Francis […]

  • Jewelry show a “gem”

    HOUSTON- Folks looking’ to score some bling might’ve been hangin’ out at the International Gem and Jewelry Show at NRG Park. This extravaganza gathers designers, manufactures and wholesalers all under one roof. And there’s more bling, bling here than Cash Money Records in their heyday. If you have champagne taste but you’re on a beer budget, you can still get some bang- ‘er bling for your buck. If you missed don’t worry, The show stops in H-town four times a year, so they’ll be […]

  • Fourth Annual Untapped Beer Festival in Houston

    HOUSTON – It’s October and you know what that means… Beer at Discovery Green during its  fourth annual Untapped Beer Festival! More than 60 breweries came out to share their suds. 250 different beers are on tap, making it a wide variety of choice. A dozen brewers from around Houston, featured their barley sodas…proving that the Bayou City seems to be quickly turning into Brew City. Cheers to that!!!!

  • Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

    NATIONWIDE- Saturday, October 22 local police teamed up with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the 12th Annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.  Folks were able to get rid of their unused/ unwanted prescription medications at one of eight collection sites in the Greater Houston area. Last April, the DEA collected 40,000 lbs. of unused and unwanted prescription drugs- just in Houston. Nationwide they collected 447 tons of prescription drugs- that’s almost 900,000 lbs. of pills and unwanted medications. If you missed Saturday’s event, you’ll have […]

  • Local 7-year-old with leukemia scores dream touchdown thanks to teammates and opponents

    LEAGUE CITY, Texas — Just when you think youth sports are out of control, here comes a story form the League City 49ers football team. Seven-year-old Dawson Jones has stage four lymphoma, which is a T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Dawson’s mother Schauna Clarke said the pee-wee football team has changed her and her son’s life. “It’s a second family,” Clarke said. “They’re all really helpful when it comes to Dawson. They’re always asking him if he’s alright, and if he […]