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Pay-as-you-go for tolls from your phone, UPROAD App

TEXAS- Texans can now ditch the usage of toll windshield stickers and pay-as-you-go at the convenience of their personal mobile devices. Introducing the Uproad App. A user-friendly app that will allow drivers...

Governor Greg Abbott faces lawsuit

HOUSTON, TX - Republican Governor Greg Abbott is now facing a lawsuit over his decision to extend the early voting period for the upcoming November election. In the lawsuit filed Wednesday with...

37 Elderly Residents Rescued From Unlicensed Group Home

HARRIS COUNTY, TX - Dozens of elderly residents were rescued from an unlicensed group home in southeast Harris County Monday afternoon. Harris County Precinct 7 deputy constables say they received a call...

Rail-line coming to Houston-Dallas area

HOUSTON, TX - Texas Central has been given the green-light by the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration to proceed with plans to build a high-speed rail line connecting two of Houston’s biggest cities allowing...

Spring Branch Drug Counselor Convicted of Sexual Assault

SPRING BRANCH, TX - A Spring Branch counselor is in hot water after he is being accused of sexually preying on his troubled clients he was supposed to be helping during his time of services.

Suspect Shot After Attempted Car Jacking

HOUSTON, TX - Police say a suspect was shot during an attempted carjacking at a gas station early Thursday morning. Houston Police and HFD responded to a reported shooting near Eastex Freeway service road just after...

Woman Robbed at Gunpoint in Walmart Parking Lot

HOUSTON, TX – The Houston Police and Crime Stoppers are asking for help finding a suspect who robbed a woman at gunpoint as she was loading her groceries into her car. According to...

Texas AG Commissioner in favor of medical marijuana usage

TEXAS- The Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Sid Miller, says he is in favor of expanding medical marijuana use in the state of Texas. Last week, Miller toured Compassionate Cultivation in Austin, one...

Nutcracker Market 2020 has been postponed

HOUSTON, TX - The Houston Ballet confirms the beloved Nutcracker Market has been canceled this year due to ongoing concerns surrounding the coronavirus. Representatives say the show will go on virtually. Earlier...

Governor Abbott Releases New PSA Encouraging Texans To Get A Flu Shot

AUSTIN, TX - Governor Greg Abbott today released a new public service announcement (PSA) encouraging Texans to get a flu shot. Getting a flu shot is especially important this season to help keep hospitalizations down during the state's...

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U.S. senators urge Netflix to drop planned Chinese sci-fi series

 Five Republican U.S. senators have urged Netflix Inc to reconsider plans to adapt a Chinese science-fiction book...

Pay-as-you-go for tolls from your phone, UPROAD App

TEXAS- Texans can now ditch the usage of toll windshield stickers and pay-as-you-go at the convenience of their personal mobile devices.

University of Houston opening game night canceled amid COVID cases

HOUSTON, TX- The University of Houston has to put off yet another opening night game after its opponent from North...

Governor Greg Abbott faces lawsuit

HOUSTON, TX - Republican Governor Greg Abbott is now facing a lawsuit over his decision to extend the early voting period...

The 15th Anniversary of Hurricane Rita

HOUSTON, TX - On this day 15 years ago, Category 5 Storm Hurricane Rita made landfall along the Texas-Louisiana border. Rita...