Still tracking possible rain Sunday and Monday
Chief Meteorologist Adam Krueger says rain chances have dropped a bit early next week. See the updated forecast.
Keeping up with the latest gadgets and gifts can seem impossible every year! Luckily, there is someone who can help! Award-winning Digital Lifestyle Expert Mario Armstrong will help us tech the halls with some of his top tech gifts and ideas this season, including a cool, compact mobile printer to use with your smartphone pictures, personalized e-greetings, his top video game pick, an easy idea to help pay for all those gifts, plus fun toy gift ideas for the kids!
Are you still looking for the perfect gift for that special someone on your list? You aren’t alone; now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, the holiday shopping season has truly begun. Here with some tech-y gift ideas for everyone in the family is Tech Life Columnist, Jennifer Jolly.
The museum is called The Brenham Heritage Museum and the mission of the museum is to foster the history, art, culture and humanities of the Brenham-Washington County, TX region. It is an exciting time at the museum as we are coming up on the one-year anniversary of our grand reopening! The museum had been closed while undergoing a complete restoration of the national register, 1916 historic Post Office Building. Brad Tegeler joins us with more.
Will Perry, Founder and CEO of Worldwide Power Products gives us tips and talks about what businesses and homeowners can do to prepare before the weather turns colder this winter. They're a locally owned family business with new headquarters in west Houston.
News Briefing with Chief Finner, FBI Partners on July 2022 Fatal Shooting of Child at 13350 Northborough Drive
Houston Police Department and FBI Houston have increased the reward to up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for murdering a 5-year-old in 2022. Khamaya Donelson was murdered at 13350 Northborough Drive about 12:50 a.m. on July 3, 2022. She was in the car with brother as her mom drove them across the intersection. She stopped at the stop sign and when she pulled away, her daughter was struck in the neck. The same bullet of an automatic weapon used in the shooting was lodged in her 8-year old brothers arm. They were taken to the hospital where Khamaya was pronounced dead. Today, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner and HPD homicide detectives were joined by FBI Acting Special Agent in Charge Mark Whalen to make a plea to the public for any additional information on the suspect(s) responsible for the crime. Anyone with information is urged to contact 1-800-CallFBI.