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Houston Chronicle
Houston Chronicle

4747 SW Fwy
Houston, TX 77047   Directions

(713) 362-7211


KFTH-DT TV - Univision 45
KFTH-DT TV - Univision 45

5100 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77056   Directions

(713) 662-4545



4343 Elgin St
Houston, TX 77004

(713) 526-1111



7700 Westpark Dr
Houston, TX 77063   Directions

(713) 781-3939


Woman’s blood turned blue after she used numbing cream to treat toothache
09/19/2019 11:01am

A 25-year-old woman walked into an emergency department in Providence, Rhode Island, complaining of generalized weakness, fatigue, shortness of breath and an unusual symptom you dont see every day. She was turning blue. Literally. Physicians Otis Warren and Benjamin Blackwood wrote about the case in a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday. They attributed her blueness to a numbing agent the woman was using, which deadens nerve endings in the skin. She reported having used

Blind singer with autism wins America’s Got Talent
09/19/2019 10:58am

Back in May, a now 23-year-old singer, assisted by his mother and a cane as he walked on stage, gave what many called one of the most memorable performances ever on Americas Got Talent. Kodi Lee, of California, was born with optic nerve hypoplasia, which caused him to become blind. At an early age, he was diagnosed with autism and also suffers from Addisons disease, a life-threatening disorder, but that never stopped him from expressing himself through music. His mother,

Pearland High School quarterback J.D. Head is this week’s Class Acts
09/19/2019 10:51am

PEARLAND, Texas J.D. Head has had quite the high school experience from playing in the state of Oklahoma to making a move to the biggest high school football state in the country. At Pearland High School, he hasexcelled on and off the field as the Oilers quarterback, but years from now thats now how he wants to be remembered. I just try to be the guy that always cleans up the locker room, just leave things better than the way

Fun, drinks and beautiful curiosities at ‘Cirque du Freak’ charity art show
09/19/2019 9:56am

Come one, come all to Cirque du Freak Morning Doses Maggie Flecknoe visits Spring Street Studios for a preview of a charity art show and party benefiting local artists. She talks with married couple and co-founders of Artists for Artists Tra and Amber Slaughter. The couple started their organization after a close friend, another artist, was injured and wasnt able to work. Were a 501c3 nonprofit that provides emergency recovery grants to artists in times of crisis, Tra Slaughter said.

Harris County officials strongly urge northeast residents to stay home during flash flood emergency
09/19/2019 9:00am

HOUSTON Harris County Flood Control District officials continue to monitor tropical depression Imelda Thursday as the storm slowly passed through the Houston area for a second day, resulting in intense flooding and rain. Morning Doses Maggie Flecknoe visits Houston TranStar to speak with meteorologist Jeff Linder and others about the storms movements and the status of local bayous and other waterways.


8181 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77074   Directions

(713) 222-2222



4261 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77027   Directions

(713) 479-2801



3310 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77005   Directions

(713) 666-0713


High water locations reported on Houston-area roads
09/19/2019 9:14pm

Keep an eye on high water locations and driving trouble spots on Houston area roads.

Scattered downpours expected Friday after day of flooding
09/19/2019 8:36pm

A Flash Flood Watch continues through 7 a.m. Friday as thousands remain stranded on the wettest day in Houstons recorded history.

Man drowns as van sinks in 8 feet of floodwater
09/19/2019 8:29pm

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said the man attempted to drive his van through a flooded Will Clayton Parkway before his van became submerged.

Houston-area school closings and delays
09/19/2019 8:10pm

See the latest school closings, delays and early dismissals for Houston area students.

Military warning people to not approach Area 51 to 'see them aliens'
09/19/2019 7:51pm

As many as 15,000 people are expected to descend on the tiny towns of Rachel and Hiko for special events celebrating the military research site.


4343 Elgin
Houston, TX 77204   Directions

(713) 748-8888


Texas Monthly’s First Taco Editor On What Is — And Isn’t — A Taco
09/19/2019 3:51pm

Jos Ralat says tacos are the gateway to talk about Mexican food in Texas.

Jeff Goldblum Adds Jazz Pianist To His Wide-Ranging List Of Roles
09/19/2019 1:33pm

The actor and his band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, perform in Houston Friday.

How To Get Young People In Houston To Vote?
09/19/2019 1:03pm

Some local students involved in the upcoming Youth Voters Conference talk it over.

Saudi Arabia’s Oil Fires Were Extinguished Within Hours, So Why Did It Take So Long In Deer Park?
09/19/2019 9:16am

The ITC chemical fire in March sent a big black plume over Houston for days.

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