HOUSTON (KIAH) Good morning! It’s Friday so that means that Houston Happens host Maggie Flecknoe takes the show on the road. Today’s National Take Your Dog To Work Day, so Maggie has a very special cohost, Miss Daisy Mae. They’re off to Dogtopia, dog daycare spa and boarding.
We’re also sharing your pup pics at work!
It’s going to be a doggone good show!
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- Astros’ Yordan Álvarez returns from double knee surgery to win ALCS MVPTwo years after winning an AL Rookie of the Year Award, Yordan Alvarez has an American League Championship Series MVP to add to his trophy case. The 24-year-old Cuban was 4—for-4 with two doubles and a triple for the Houston Astros in Friday night’s pennant-winning 5-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
- World Series bound! Astros beat Red Sox to win AL pennantThe Houston Astros punched their ticket to the Fall Classic with a 5-0 win over the Boston Red Sox to win the American League pennant.
- Warrant: Assistant director unknowingly handed Alec Baldwin loaded gunAlec Baldwin was handed a loaded weapon by an assistant director who indicated it was safe to use in the moments before the actor fatally shot a cinematographer, court records released Friday show.
- Justice Department launches ‘aggressive’ redlining crackdownThe U.S. Justice Department says discrimination in mortgage lending has led to generational income inequality among minorities.