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  • Am I having a panic attack? How to keep calm when crippling anxiety strikes

    Dr. Liz talks with Morning Dose about recognizing the symptoms of panic attacks and how to regain control when overwhelming anxiety strikes.

  • Celebrity spring fashion trends without breaking the bank

    Beauty, fashion and lifestyle expert Angela Willoughby shares celebrity spring fashion trends that won’t break the bank with Morning Dose. Here’s a list of the items featured in this fashion segment and where to find them! Spring Closet Must-Haves: Short polka dot romper, Zara, $39.90 Monochrome beige lace adjustable strap camisole top, H&M,  $24.99 Beige flat front ankle length pants, H&M, $14.99 Rose smoke blazer, J.C. Penney, for $70 Yellow spaghetti strap long maxi dress, Forever 21, $29.90 Spring accessories: […]

  • The Art Spot: Neff Early Learning Center students present ‘Fire Tree’ and ‘Me as Picasso’

    Each week, we feature the artwork from students across the Houston area on our wall of student artwork, The Art Spot. This week, we’re showcasing art from students at the Neff Early Learning Center in Houston ISD. The creator of our first piece if Samantha Gomez, 7, and it’s called “Fire Tree.” The young artist — only in the fifth grade — was inspired by the famed painter Wassily Kandinsky. She said she used warm and cool colors to bring […]

  • Longhorn Steakhouse with grilling tips, tasty steak-cocktail pairings

    Sure, the cool spring breeze is nice, but some of us are eager to heat things up— especially on the grill! Managing Partner and Grill Master Amelia Richie of Longhorn Steakhouse joins us on Morning Dose with tips for cooking the perfect steak using a flattop grill. Richie introduces viewers to the best cocktail pairings available at the popular steakhouse. Plus, we enjoy a few traditional steak side dishes such as macaroni, broccoli and asparagus.

  • Fresh-cut, loaded fries and mouthwatering empanadas with Mingo’s Latin Kitchen food truck

    Nothing puts the ‘ooh’ in food truck like delicious French fries loaded with your favorite toppings or a mouthwatering Havana sandwich, which is why this Morning Dose food truck feature is undeniably in our top 10. Mingo’s Latin Kitchen joins us at CW39 Houston— serving up delicious brisket covered fries, empanadas and more! View this post on Instagram 😍 Mingo's Latin Kitchen gettin' all our food truck love this weekend! #houstonfoodie A post shared by CW39 Houston (@cw39houston) on Apr […]

  • Art Spot: Briscoe Elementary student presents interesting clay work featuring boats and raging tide

    Each week, we feature the artwork from students across the Houston area on our wall of student artwork, The Art Spot. This week, we’re showcasing art from students at Briscoe Elementary in Houston ISD. Fourth grader Miguel Madrigal, 10, is the creator of this latest feature, which is untitled. The young artist said he doesn’t have specific reason for why he loves art— he just does! Nice job, Miguel!

  • Gangstagrass, band fusing unique sound of bluegrass and hip-hop, performs on Morning Dose

    Here’s an original sound— a fusion of rap, hip-hop and bluegrass! Gangstagrass performs on Morning Dose after sharing the story of how their unique band came to be.

  • Thousands of students come to Houston for robotics competition with over $80 million in scholarships

    More than 15,000 students from 25 states and over 40 countries are participating in the first robotics competition— right here in Houston. They are competing for more than $80 million in college scholarships and internships. Morning Dose caught up with one of the teams, the Energy Heroes 5892.

  • Houston’s Poppin’ Off gourmet popcorn to open first-ever store front

    Popcorn lovers, rejoice! While it’s hard to beat the traditional popcorn taste— a dash of salt and a heavy splash of butter— a local gourmet popcorn business is bringing this classic movie treat to the next level. Poppin’ Off popcorn owner Michelle Deselle and her daughter Sydney talk to Morning Dose about the company’s interesting flavors and the surprising back story of how a woman who hated even the smell of popcorn came to create one of Houston’s most poppin’ […]

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