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Houston Chronicle

4747 SW Fwy
Houston, TX 77047   Directions

(713) 362-7211


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


Auditions being held for upcoming film that tells story behind historic MLK photo
05/17/2019 10:09am

Everyone knows this photograph: moments after civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was tragically shot and killed at the Lorraine Motel. However, many do not know the story behind the photo until now. A new movie is set to tell that story. Filmmaker Trey Carswell is here to share how Houstonians could be a part of the film.

Braised pork belly, other fusion steam bun goodness with Breaking Bao food truck
05/17/2019 10:02am

The Morning Dose crew takes a bite into fusion steam buns with Breaking Bao on Food Truck Friday

Houston shows off its cyclist-friendly side during Bike to Work Day 2019
05/17/2019 9:29am

Whether for your own health or the health of the Earth, its a beautiful day to grab your bicycle and pedal your way to work this morning Morning Doses Maggie Flecknoe celebrates Ride Your Bike to Work Day with Executive Director Clark Martinson of Bike Houston and a group of other passionate cyclist. Plus, a quick chat with Mayor Sylvester Turner View this post on Instagram Its National Bike to Work Day So much fun riding & celebrating with

The Art Spot: Jack Yates High School students present ‘The House’ and ‘Mother Earth’
05/17/2019 7:50am

Each week, we feature the artwork from students across the Houston area on our wall of student artwork, The Art Spot. This week, were continuing to show you pieces from students at HISDs Jack Yates High School.

Santa Fe High School shooting survivor shares story one year later
05/17/2019 7:36am

May 18 marks the first year of the tragic Santa Fe High School School. Morning Dose is joined in studio by one of the survivors, Sarah Salazar, and the students mother, Sonia Lopez.


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


Sammy Shore, Comedy Store co-founder and father of Pauly Shore, dies at 92
05/19/2019 1:32am

Sammy Shore, a co-founder of the legendary Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip and father of fellow comedian Pauly Shore, has died at age 92.

Car crash leaves pedestrian dead on West Fuqua Street in southwest Houston
05/19/2019 12:31am

Police are investigating a car crash on West Fuqua Street in southwest Houston that left a pedestrian dead.

Houston Weather: A few showers and storms possible Sunday
05/18/2019 11:23pm

A cap of warm, stable air protects Houston from big storms Saturday. Scattered rain will be possible again Sunday. Dry weather returns Monday.

Armed robber steals $200 from Sonic in southwest Houston
05/18/2019 10:52pm

The owner said the robber ran away on foot with $200.

2 inbound lanes on I-10 East at Normandy reopened after deadly crash involving 18-wheeler
05/18/2019 10:42pm

Two lanes are now open following a deadly crash involving an overturned 18-wheeler


4343 Elgin
Houston, TX 77204   Directions

(713) 748-8888


Houston School Districts: Property Tax Reform Could Cost Schools Millions Of Dollars
05/17/2019 5:03pm

The proposal would save the state $1.8 billion, but Houston-area school districts say it would come at the expense of school funding.

Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center Vows To Correct Deficiencies Found By Federal Review
05/17/2019 4:26pm

Lack of cleanliness, administrative irregularities and insufficient nurse training are some of the problems reported by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Multiple Layers In Trade War Between Trump And China
05/17/2019 2:30pm

Also: Alabamas abortion ban, Texas judicial pay raises and Jay Aiyers big announcement.

On Third Anniversary Of Josué Flores’ Murder, Houston Police Ask Public To Help Find Killer
05/17/2019 1:18pm

Police Chief Art Acevedo says new evidence is being analyzed at a Utah lab that specializes in DNA testing.

Texas House Passes Bill To Spend More Than $3 Billion To Help Pay For Flood Control Projects
05/17/2019 12:04pm

With the damage from Hurricane Harvey in mind, lawmakers approved two bills aimed at better preparing the state for natural disasters.

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