Recent Articles
  • Del Monte recalls Fiesta Corn in 25 states over possible contamination

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – Del Monte Foods Inc. is recalling 62,242 cases of Fiesta Corn Season with Red & Green Peppers as a precautionary measure after the food wasn’t processed correctly – which could lead to deadly contamination. The recall effects 25 states and 12 international locations. Del Monte says in a news release , “These deviations were part of the commercial sterilization process and could result in contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens, which could lead to life-threatening illness if […]

  • Deep Dive: Who should be Time’s Person of the Year?

    HOUSTON — Following the official announcement of the Time magazine’s Person of the Year, the Morning Dose crew discuss those featured on the outlet’s short list. Who would you have picked as Person of the Year? In the end, the publication chose “The Guardians and the War on Truth,” representing the journalists who were imprisoned or murdered while pursuing news. The finalists included President Donald Trump, families separated at the US-Mexico border, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Special Counsel Robert Mueller […]

  • Walden resident’s hologram Christmas display brings neighborhood some holiday magic

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas — Take a look at this! A former magician puts a unique spin on lighting up the holidays. Jay Fernandez is bring his Walden, Texas neighbors some holiday magic with this beautiful hologram display.

  • How can public schools be more inclusive of all cultural holidays?

    HOUSTON — An elementary school principal in Omaha, Nebraska is on administrative leave after asking teachers to not celebrate Christmas in classrooms. The public school educator claims she wanted to be inclusive and culturally sensitive of all her students. However, do you think banning Christmas and all things associated with the holiday was the right move?

  • Wounded vet turned singer talks about music, courage ahead of concert benefiting Helping a Hero

    HOUSTON — J.P. Lane was gravely injured after an improvised explosive device detonated in Afghanistan on July 3, 2011. Today, the military veteran has launched a singing career and tries to inspire others to overcome life’s hurdles. He is one of several artists who will perform in the Lee Greenwood and Friends Concert benefiting Helping a Hero, an organization that provides specialized homes for wounded military veterans. The concert will take place Dec. 10 at Houston Baptist University.

  • Country music legend Lee Greenwood talks about Houston concert benefiting wounded vets

    HOUSTON — Lee Greenwood is a legend in country music with more than 30 albums to his credit! The artist discusses his involvement with Helping A Hero, an organization that provides specialized homes for wounded military veterans, with Morning Dose. The Lee Greenwood & Friends benefit concert will be held Dec. 10 at Houston Baptist University. Greenwood is one of several artists scheduled to perform.

  • Celebration of life honoring Bob McNair at NRG Stadium

    HOUSTON — Houston Texans fans will gather Friday for a Celebration of Life honoring the team’s late founder Bob McNair. Courtney Carpenter reports.  

  • Food Truck Friday: It’s burgers, truffles and Offbeat Eatz!

    HOUSTON — It’s food truck Friday, and we’ve got a burger and truffle fry champion in the CW39 Houston parking lot! The Morning Dose crew gets an inside peak of the Offbeat Eatz food truck!

  • Deep Dive: Who would you include on Houston’s Mt. Rushmore?

    HOUSTON — We’re giving Mt. Rushmore a face lift…of course, it’s going to be Houston-style! We’ve nominated JJ Watt, Renu Khator, Bob McNair and a few other— but who would you like to see?