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  • Buzzed Driving Law May Come to Texas

    Buzzed Driving Law May Come to Texas
    We all know one too many drinks can land you behind bars if caught but Texas laws on drinking and driving may soon be getting tougher, even if you just have one drink. It's called DWAI, that's driving while ability impaired. Texas still ranks as the...
  • Suarez Family Fund; In Honor Of Three People Killed While Swimming in Texas City Dike

    A fund for the family whose twin daughters and husband died while swimming at the Texas City Dike has been set up at Texas First Bank. Donationa should be made out to the "Helping Suarez Family Account" and can be dropped off at any Texas First Bank...
  • Renting or Buying A Home: What Works Best For You?

    Renting or Buying A Home: What Works Best For You?
    For newlyweds, a house is usually their first big purchase. But what's your best option - buying or renting? New research shows home owners are returning to the rental market. Diane Tate, a Houston realtor and broker that works for Prudential, has been...
  • Online Dish: NFL Investigates Favre's Sexting Scandal

    Online Dish: NFL Investigates Favre's Sexting Scandal
    The NFL says its launching an investigation into Favre's recent scandal. As I dished on Friday, Favre allegedly sent inappropriate text messaged and nude pics, to former Jets employee Jenn Sterger, while he was playing for New York back in 2008....
  • State Rep. to Push for Anti-Bullying Bill

    School bullies have been getting a lot of attention nationwide. Last month, three teens committed suicide because their families say they were harassed in school. One student is from the Houston area. Asher Brown killed himself his parents say the...
  • Distracted Driving App

    Distracted Driving App
    "People have just got into the habit of as soon as they get into the car they start the engine and buckle their seat belt, and then call someone," co-founder Safecellapp Scott Taylor said. So with that mind set, Scott Taylor co-founded an app that not...
  • Houston's War On Graffiti

    Houston's War On Graffiti
    The City of Houston's war against graffiti is escalating. A model project is about to become city-wide, with hopes of keeping up with the growing presence of unwanted artwork. The East End Development District has employed three, two-person crews five...
  • Check Out The Slickest Rides Page

    Check Out The Slickest Rides Page
  • Online Dish: Reason for the Split? David Arquette Says He and Courtney Haven't Had Sex in Months

    Online Dish: Reason for the Split? David Arquette Says He and Courtney Haven't Had Sex in Months
    David said that Courtney was the one who wanted the separation and approached him about it after their 11th wedding anniversary, in June. According to him she said, "I don't want to be your mother anymore." But the confessions didn't stop their, David...
  • Downtown Cameras Help Fight Crime

    Downtown Cameras Help Fight Crime
    The city has 45 cameras already in place around Minute Maid Park, the George R. Brown Convention Center and the Theatre District. Houston received a federal grant from Homeland Security for $114 million dollars to install a total of 200 cameras at nearly...
  • Local Man Helps Rescue Chilean Miners

    Local Man Helps Rescue Chilean Miners
    "They called me and said we hear some beating on the drill pipe. This was 17 days after they were gone, we all thought they were dead," owner Drillers Supply, Greg Hall said. The drill pipe was 2,300 underground where the earth swallowed 33 Chilean...
  • Couple Sues Local Newspaper for Black Magic Allegations

    Couple Sues Local Newspaper for Black Magic Allegations
    A triple murder, allegations of black magic and a lawsuit have splintered a tight-knit community. A small newspaper covering Houston's Muslim community is in legal trouble after what it published about a local couple. Back in September, Mohamed Goher was...