| Apr 16, 2009
The Downtown Post Office was packed Wednesday night with last minute tax filers.
Many waited in line for up to an hour.
The IRS expects to get more than 20 million tax returns this week alone!
The agency got about 102...
| Apr 29, 2009
Health officials in Fort Bend County say a teenage girl came down with severe flu symptoms at the end of last week.
She went to her doctor. That doctor sent a nasal swab to the city lab, which then sent it to the CDC in Atlanta.
The results came back to...
| May 5, 2009
Glen Loch Reopens Wednesday, May 6
Horne Elementary Highly Probable Case Reopens Wednesday, May 6
Yeager Elementary Confirmed Cases Reopens Wednesday, May 6
Hamilton Middle Probable Case Reopens Wednesday, May 6...
| May 12, 2009
If you bought ground beef from the HEB located on Bellaire and Highway 6 on Sunday, it could be contaminated with metal shavings. The grocery chain is issuing a precautionary recall for ground beef products bought this past Sunday, May 10, with a sell...
| Jan 27, 2010
| 4:24 PM
by Michael Muskal Part of the ceremony surrounding any presidential speech to Congress is who gets to be singled out and who gets invited to sit with the first family. First Lady Michelle Obama is bringing quite a crowd. This......
| May 12, 2010
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Dozens of angry protestors gathered in front of the Bellaire Police Department, a day after Sgt. Jeffery Cotton was acquitted of shooting an unarmed black man...
| May 31, 2010
Starting June 1, residents caught texting and driving in Missouri City could be fined up to $500. The city joins a growing list of cities that have banned texting while driving, including Bellaire, Conroe, Galveston and West University.
The Missouri City...
| Jun 11, 2010
| 12:58 PM
Solicitation of capital murder is what Michelle Gaiser is being charged with.
She was arrested Wednesday in connection with the shooting of a Bellaire socialite.
Police are investigating her role in the shooting of Yvonne Stern, wife of a well known...
| Jun 14, 2010
A summer job was once considered a right of passage for teens as a way to earn a little extra money while school was out.
"My mom wanted me to get a summer job, something to start making money for college," said Sam Dunn.
Dunn, 18, is a lifeguard at the...
| Jun 16, 2010
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office says a Kenner cab driver is accused of locking a Texas tourist in his cab and demanding a 10 percent tip on a $33 airport fare.
An incident report says 37-year-old Sohail Kahn was booked with extortion and false...
| Nov 19, 2009
| 9:07 AM
November 19, 2009 This morning the HISD Board of Education unanimously approved a plan, in partnership with the City of Houston Health Department, to use six schools for free H1N1 vaccinations this Saturday, November 21, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
| Jun 2, 2009
| 6:53 AM
Need groceries? Love animals? Support the Houston Humane Society with your weekly grocery shopping list. Shop and fill up your grocery carts at 4 local Whole Foods Market locations on Wednesday, June 24th! Whole Foods Market will be donating five...