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Houston City Council Approves $10 Million Boost To Small Business Economic Relief Program (SBERP)

AUSTIN, TX - Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council approved $10 million in additional funding for the City's Small Business Economic Relief Program (SBERP), bringing the total allocation of CARES Act 2020 dollars used to fund...

Stimulus check of up to $1,200 on the way this month

HOUSTON, TX - Another stimulus check could be on its way! Houston City Hall is prepping to launch a new relief program aimed to distribute out checks of up to $1200 to...

Mayor Turner considers curfew after clubs neglect to enforce COVID-19 regulations

HOUSTON, TX - In Houston, viral video footage showed a local club called Spire and what appears to be hundreds of maskless partiers in the crowd at a Lil Baby concert. Management...

COVID-19 impact on Black Friday

HOUSTON, TX- It's Black Friday today! But many are noticing a slight difference at local stores this year than any year before. What once was massive crowds wrapped around the building...

2020 H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade canceled

HOUSTON, TX - For the first time in a 71-year history, the city of Houston has decided to cancel its annual Thanksgiving Day parade. Instead of a parade, the city has decided...

Harris County officials plan to go door to door asking for blood to help fight COVID-19

HARRIS COUNTY, TX - Harris County Public Health will survey residents for COVID-19 antibodies in an effort to determine how many people already have been infected with the novel coronavirus, the department said.

Texas universities talk in-person commencement ceremonies

HOUSTON, TX - Despite the continuous rise in COVID-19 cases, a few universities across the state have announced plans to move forward with in-person graduation ceremonies. With...

Sony PS5 sold out online as pandemic chills real-world retailing

Sony Corp's PlayStation 5 (PS5) console launched in core markets on Thursday (November 12) to intense interest online, but with first day real-world sales limited to pre-order pick-ups due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has driven a...

Annual “Houston Salutes American Heroes” Veterans Day Celebration

HOUSTON, TX - Mayor Sylvester Turner and the City of Houston will show support for our Armed Forces and celebrate its annual “Houston Salutes American Heroes” Veterans Day Celebration. However, this year’s...

HISD Teachers Protest Returning to In-Person Instruction

HOUSTON, TX- HISD teachers called out of work on Thursday for a “sick-out” protest with major concerns about the risks to their health and students as campuses reopened for face-to-face instruction today.
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Suspects Smash a U-Haul Truck into a Bike Store in North Houston

HOUSTON, TX - Police are stepping in to investigate after a bike shop in north Houston...
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Man Dead from Accidental Shooting Overnight

HOUSTON, TX - HPD officers say a man has died after an apparent accidental shooting in west Houston last night.

HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? Former MLB pitcher missing from Medical Center

HOUSTON, TX - The Houston Police are asking for help locating a former MLB pitcher who suffers from Alzheimer's, who was...

Harris County Public Health releases testing dates

HOUSTON, TX – If you’re considering getting tested because you celebrated Thanksgiving with extended family and friends, good idea, but wait...

Trump declines to say whether he still has confidence in Attorney General William Barr

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday (December 3) declined to say whether he still had confidence in U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr...