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  • Meet the local women leading a full-force effort to help those in need in Venezuela 

    The recent crisis in Venezuela has prompted  many to take action. Morning Dose sits with a local woman who started out sending a few boxes with supplies and now runs a full effort operation to help those in need in Venezuela. Rina Browning tells us how we can help, too.

  • Food Truck Friday: Churrasco Food Truck brings authentic Brazilian cuisine to you 

    Our latest Food Truck Friday takes us to South America for a Brazilian cuisine! Churrasco Food Truck and Catering pulls into the CW39 Houston parking lot, bringing in authentic paella, mouthwatering meat sandwiches and more. View this post on Instagram Can you believe this is INSIDE A FOOD TRUCK!?!? Brazilian grill @churrascotruck in the CW39 lot this AM! LINK IN BIO to see how they make all their delicious food! A post shared by CW39 Houston (@cw39houston) on Feb 15, […]

  • PVAMU Reference Librarian shares ways to find your family history for free

    Do you want to find your family roots for free? Prairie View A&M University’s Reference Librarian Kimberly Gay shows you how! Prairie View A&M University is hosting an event, “Find Your Roots! Family Pedigree Research” on Friday, Feb. 19 at the John B. Coleman Library at 12 p.m.  

  • Where’s Maggie? Handling hatches with the pros at Houston Axe Throwing

    It’s the day after Valentine’s, and Maggie has an axe to grind! She heads to the Houston Axe Throwing in the Sharpstown area to learn axe throwing techniques from the professionals. View this post on Instagram ⛏ Feeling pretty “bad axe” after hanging out at @houstonaxethrowing! Thanks to all the “axeperts” for teaching me how to handle the hatchet. Nothing like getting bullseye on live tv 🙌🏻 Looking for something to do? Chop it up at @houstonaxethrowing! ✨✨ ✨✨ #wheresmaggie #maggieinthemornings […]

  • Singles find love at The Rod Ryan’s Show ‘Mile of Meat’ event

    Valentine’s day may be for couple’s, but one radio show helped singles find that special someone a mile away. The Rod Ryan Show hosted its annual ‘Mile of Meat’ event Thursday, during which 20 single men held up signs with their numbers and personality traits in hopes of finding their special lady. The day ended with a ‘Getting to Know You’ party, giving the potential couples time to play games and maybe spark a relationship.

  • Woman found trapped in air vent of north Houston home, but allegedly has no idea how she got there

    A local woman rescued from an air vent Friday morning claims she has no idea how she got there. The Houston Fire Department responded to the a home at Parker and Aldine Westfield about 4 a.m. Investigators said it’s possible the woman is homeless, and they believe she entered the vent from the roof of the vacant building. She sustained non-life threatening injuries to her leg and was taken to the hospital, firefighters said.

  • Chocolate-dipped strawberries for Valentine’s Day with Red Desert Dive

    Something we can sink our sweet tooth into this Valentine’s Day: chocolate dipped strawberries! Or should we say dive? Red Desert Dive Jessica Lusk joins us in the Morning Dose studio with tips and tricks for creating the gorgeous— but of course, delicious — strawberries. Plus, our hearts are pattering as Sharron and Shannon race the clock in a competition to see who can make the dip and drizzle the most strawberries in 60 seconds.

  • Inside the life of local multi-platinum producer Isaac ‘Chill’ Yowman

    We’re getting a rare look at one of the biggest names in music and he’s right here in Houston. Multi-platinum Producer Isaac “Chill” Yowman — owner of IYO Visuals —  has worked with artists like Snoop Dogg, Trae Tha Truth and Beyoncé. Chill took morning dose on a tour of his studio, where we learned some of his secrets to success from humble beginnings.

  • Class Acts: Senior Justin Wenner is going to new heights at school, the mound and the skies

    For this week’s Class Act, we’re heading to Galena Park’s North Shore Senior High to meet Justin Wenner! He’s in the top 10 percent of his class, plays pitcher and outfielder for the Mustang baseball team and is well on his way to earning his pilot’s license. “Once I took that first flight, you got to see the world from a different point of view. Ever since then, it’s like it’s your first time all over again,” Wenner said. Wenner […]

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