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  • Houstonians Not Convinced Recession is Over

    Houstonians Not Convinced Recession is Over
    Many of you have already heard the news that our recession is apparently over. According to an official announcement, the recession ended in June 2009. On Wednesday, 39 News decided to hit the streets to see what this means for Houstonians. As we found...
  • Some Texans Not Convinced Recession Is Over

    Some Texans Not Convinced Recession Is Over
    The recent news that the recession is reportedly over has some Houstonians wondering if that announcement was a joke. "Those might be people that are actually the ones finding jobs," said Kim Fink, who along with her friend, was out looking for a job....
  • KIAH-TV, Channel 39 & 39online.com Address

    KIAH-TV Channel 39 & 39online.com, 7700 Westpark Dr., Houston, TX 77063
  • One man, two lives, in Fox's 'Lone Star'

    If you're going to be a grifter and perpetuate simultaneous long cons in two cities in the same state at the same time, one might think you'd find two names a little more different than Robert Allen and Bob Allen. But as those who saw the premiere last...
  • Defendants Sentenced In Federal Court For Roles In 50 Kilo Cocaine Seizure

    Defendants Sentenced In Federal Court For Roles In 50 Kilo Cocaine Seizure
    CARLOS ROBLES, age 31, and PAUL AGUIRRE, age 31, both residents of the Houston, Texas, area, were sentenced to more than 11 years and 20 years of imprisonment respectively for their roles in a drug conspiracy that involved traffic multiple kilograms of...
  • Slickest Rides Photo Contest

    "Slickest Ride" KIAH Channel 39 (Slickest Rides Photo) Contest "Slickest Ride" Photo Contest (the "Contest") is sponsored by KIAH and Royal Purple("Sponsors") whose decisions regarding all aspects of the Contest shall be final and binding in all...
  • Cell Phone Wreck Hot Spots In Houston

    Cell Phone Wreck Hot Spots In Houston
    Cell phones and driving sure are a convenient mix, but they can also be a big source of accidents. In fact we found out where the most numbers of accidents are in the Houston because of cell phone related wrecks. Some people believe cell phones and...
  • San Diego leads nation for DUI violations, study says

    San Diego leads nation for DUI violations, study says
    San Diego has the highest percentage of drivers with lcohol-related driving violations among the nation's 20 largest cities, according to a study released Monday. According to Insurance.com, San Diego ranks top of the list with most DUI convictions....
  • Boo-tiful Babies Contest Rules

    "BOO-tiful Babies" KIAH Channel 39 Contest HOW TO ENTER: No purchase necessary. To enter, visit the "Contest and Events" page on www.39online.com Accurately complete the online entry form by submitting your name, age, address, telephone number, e-mail...
  • HISD Hopes Apollo 20 Project Improves Academics

    HISD Hopes Apollo 20 Project Improves Academics
    Many of you have heard that President Obama called for a longer school year and the removal of the worst-performing teachers in the country this week. But what does this mean for the Houston Independent School District, which is the largest in Texas?...
  • What Happened to the US 59 Bridge Lights?

    What Happened to the US 59 Bridge Lights?
    Who turned out the lights and why are some of them dangling? We're talking about the bridges over US 59 between Shepherd and Main Street. The bridges are known as the gateway to Houston and the estimated 270,000 drivers who visit this stretch of road...
  • Vegetable Garden To Promote Nutrition, Health, Sustainability and Self-Reliance

    Vegetable Garden To Promote Nutrition, Health, Sustainability and Self-Reliance
    Mayor Annise Parker has launched the City Hall Victory Garden at Tranquillity Park. This is the second phase of the Mayor's local food initiative that will encourage vegetable and rain gardens to be built throughout Houston. "The City Hall Victory Garden...