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  • Watch CW39 Houston shows online

    On the go? Away from your TV? Now you can watch all your CW favorites online. Click here, find your show, and select an episode. Want to see our entire program schedule? Click here.

  • Texas schools land on list of America’s 10 richest colleges

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The 10 richest colleges in the U.S. have endowments of at least $10 billion. With $36.4 billion, Harvard has the largest endowment by far. But the average investment return for colleges and universities across the country took a big hit in 2015, falling to 2.4% from 15.5% the year before, according to a new report from the National Association of College and University Business Officers. It’s not a complete surprise considering last year’s weak market performance. […]

  • Its a long way to the top if you wanna rock

    Grego talks about the hardships of millennials craving instant success and how some people finds success later in life. Fight for your place in society and work hard.

  • Harris County DA responds to comments regarding indictments involving David Daleiden and Sandra Merrit

    HOUSTON – The office of Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson released a pre-taped statement from the D.A. She wanted to deflect any insinuation that her personal beliefs were involved with the Planned Parenthood case. Anderson, who is against abortion, says she will not bring the case before another grand jury and will not “grand jury shop.”

  • Former HISD Police Officer to be charged with inappropriate relationship with student

    HOUSTON, TX -Jacob Ryan Delgadillo, a former HISD Police Officer, is facing a felony charge of indecency with a child. Delgadillo was assigned to Cullen Middle School. According to HISD’s investigation, allegations of inappropriate conduct were first reported in November. School administrators notified HISD Police and the officer was placed on leave before resigning in December. According to a statement released by the HISD Press Office, “HISD Police conducted a thorough investigation and presented the findings to the District Attorney’s Office. […]

  • Houston robbery suspect who agrees to be photographed is found

    UPDATE (January 27, 1:54 p.m.): Houston’s Police Department’s Jodie Silva has released a statement saying, “After further investigation it was determined that no robbery occurred. The suspect is still in custody for unrelated charges.” HOUSTON – Thanks to a smart Houston teen and his smart phone, police were able to catch a suspected armed robber who they thought had gotten away. Houston police have detained Randy Anderson in connection to a reported robbery in the parking lot of Costco on […]

  • Happy Birthday TV – turn the dial to 90!

    HOUSTON – Happy birthday today to someone loved by millions in every country on earth and unlike many of us, as he turns 90, he looks slimmer, trimmer and sleeker than ever before. “He” is television. and Tuesday marks the day 90 years ago when Scottish inventor John Logie Baird first transmitted a moving face ten feet across the room on the so-called “televisor.” Back then, it was a blurry image on 3 1/2 by 2-inch screen. Today, in the […]

  • Outrageous rage in Austin – captured on camera

    @WORLDSTAR haha traffic in Austin got people mad this morning — NoelDeric (@NoelDeric) January 25, 2016 Warning: Video contains graphic language AUSTIN, Tx – Video from a Twitter user NoelDeric in Austin shows two men in a violent road rage fight. The video begins when one man is approaching a truck with what appears to be a baseball bat. The driver in the truck jumps out and grabs a weapon of his own. Police are investigating.

  • The difference between theft and windfall

    If you encounter something, is it wrong to take it? What about finders keepers?

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