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  • Everything you need to know about The Woodlands Pride 2019

    The Woodlands held its first-ever Pride Festival last year. The event was a hit, but what many may not know is the story of how it all came about. It’s a story of tragedy, self-discovery, self-acceptance, pride, and most importantly – love. On June 12, 2016, 49 people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The images that unfolded on TV were heartbreaking. “I saw all these people coming out of the club. […]

  • Red-light traffic cameras banned in Texas

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently signed a bill into law banning red-light traffic cameras across the state. Texas is now the 11th state in the country to ban the use of the cameras. Governor Abbott signed the new legislation on Saturday, and it will go into effect starting September. The bill lets cities keep operating the cameras until their contracts with vendors expire, but some communities have begun negotiations to terminate the deals earlier. Red light cameras in Sugar Land […]

  • Summer swimming safety tips for parents and children

    Summer is here and that means families are heading to pools for a little fun in the water, but with that fun comes an important responsibility — the safety of our children. Unfortunately, we’ve already seen tragedy strike in our area with recent drownings, but there are things parents can do to help keep their children safe. The first and perhaps most obvious, swimming lessons. A pediatrician we spoke to says if possible, it’s best to have your children take […]

  • FBI launches #StopSextortion national campaign to raise awareness about the danger of children’s online activities

    Parents, do you know what your child is doing online? More importantly, do you know who they are talking to? Whether you answered yes or no, the FBI has a major warning for parents on just how predators are going after your children. Authorities want to make sure parents are in the know— that’s why they’ve launched a national campaign called #StopSextortion. The FBI launched it to warn parents, educators, caregivers and children about the dangers of online activity. According […]

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden unveils education plan at Houston town hall

    HOUSTON – Former Vice President, and 2020 presidential hopeful, Joe Biden was in Houston Tuesday for his first campaign event in the state. Biden met with members of the American Federation of Teachers, and Houston area teachers, where he unveiled his education plan. Biden’s plan includes things like more funding for low-income schools, also known as Title 1 schools. He says he’ll triple the funding for those schools, and increase teacher pay. He also mentioned that he wants to fix […]

  • Houston Fire captain arrested on child pornography charges

    HOUSTON – A captain with the Houston Fire Department has been arrested on charges of possession of child pornography. Ryan William Steckler was arrested Friday afternoon at his home in northwest Harris County. He appeared in court Friday night. He’s been charged with 10 counts of child pornography. The investigation into Steckler began back in January. According to court documents, Houston police became aware of Steckler’s activities through a tip by the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children. Investigators […]

  • True Anomaly owners go from NASA to opening their own brewery in Houston’s East End

    What do NASA and beer have in common? Ben, Michael, Thomas and David all met while interning at NASA. They’re now the owners and creators of True Anomaly Brewing Company located in Houston’s East End. They’ve been open a few months, but their journey started a long time ago. View this post on Instagram Thank you so much to Michael and Tom from True Anomaly Brewing Company for stopping by the show with some of their wild, sour and Belgian-style […]

  • Reward increased to $15K in search for missing 4-year-old Maleah Davis

    It’s been weeks since 4-year-old Maleah Davis went missing, and Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo wants to make sure the public doesn’t forget about Maleah. He held a press conference on Thursday to update the public, and to announce an increase in the reward for any information leading to Maleah. During the conference, Chief Acevedo urged the public to continue to share tips with them on anything they may have seen, or anything they may know. He also made it […]

  • Tony Buzbee hosts ‘The Real State of the City’ event to rival Turner’s annual address at same building, time 

    HOUSTON – Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner delivered his annual State of the City address at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Houston, but just a few floors up in the same hotel, mayoral candidate Tony Buzbee held his rival event called “The Real State of the City.” This was Mayor Turner’s fourth State of the City address. While it’s a political year, the mayor didn’t talk about his re-election campaign. Instead, Turner kicked off his speech by touting the city’s […]

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