More heat, but there’s hope for a cold front next …
Chief Meteorologist Adam Krueger says we finally have a change in our weather pattern in sight. See the details on a cold front next week with storms followed by cooler and drier air.
Santa made a quick appearance Friday morning for the local community this holiday season. Friday, Dec. 1, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner was joined by HPD Blue Santa representatives and other HPD officers to receive a special toy delivery from Hess Corporation.
Ronald McDonald Houston "Run for the House" is this weekend! The race raises money for the local Ronald McDonald House, which houses families and their children when they are going thru medical care at the Houston Medical Center. CW39 Anchor Sharron Melton talks with Cristina Vetrano from the Ronald McDonald House and Christian Diaz, from "Trafigura" a sponsor of the run and who's child actually used the Ronald McDonald house while receiving treatment at the medical center. They talk about the importance of the event, how Ronald McDonald House is helping families as they're children receive medical treatment, and how you can help make a difference by taking part too.
To give us a snapshot of HIV and Aids in our local community, Dr. Ericka Brown from the Harris County Public Health Authority stopped by the CW39 Houston studio to discuss awareness and prevention, as well as share testing available through the health department.
December 1 is World AIDS Day, and the United Nations released a new report to mark the day. According to data presented in the report, AIDS can end being a public health threat by 2030, but only if communities on the frontlines get the full support they need from governments and donors.
Planet Fitness held its annual Build-A-Wagon event benefiting The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Houston on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park. The local fitness leader built 9 wagons to be donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston’s Santa Project program. The wagons will also come with a stuffed animal and the children’s book, Red Wagon.
The Aranda's Bakery statue on Airline Drive near the Heights, has been stolen. The business said it's going to give folks until later Friday December 1st to bring it back, or they are calling the police. The theft has generated a lot of buzz on social media. Now the owners just want it back.