Back To School

Free haircuts for children at Remington College campuses

  • What if your child doesn't want to go to school?

  • Importance of milk, alternatives in school lunches

  • Seguin Elementary School reopens after Harvey

  • Precinct 1's Back to School Bash

Top Stories

Father accused of killing man who followed his daughter into bathroom

  • Back to class for kids in 12 Houston-area schools

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  • Gunmen caught on video robbing taco truck

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    Provided / LAPD
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  • State Fair of Texas announces food finalists

  • Chick fil-A bringing back Spicy Chick-n-Strips

    Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images
    Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

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Houston Restaurant Weeks

  • Common Bond Cafe & Bakery returns to Houston Restaurant Weeks

  • Brasil debut for Houston Restaurant Weeks

  • The Barking Pig returns to Houston Restaurant Weeks

Healthworks

  • Uber-like urgent care brings back home-care medical visits

  • Importance of milk, alternatives in school lunches

  • Little boy celebrated birthday at Waffle House

The News Edge

  • The Breakdown - city proclamation for Lakewood Church

  • Trump-Omarosa feud plays out on TV, Twitter

  • Was that fake? - New Girl Scout cookie

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  • Post Oak All-Stars advance to Little League World Series

  • The Breakdown - potentially-private Tesla, Inc.

  • HISD to give all students free breakfast, lunch and dinner

Factor Uncensored

  • FBI sees increase in 'sextorition' attempts

  • Trump campaign takes legal action against Omarosa

  • Black aerospace professionals paying it forward

Entertainment Now

  • Recording artists Beyonce and Jay Z perform during a Get Out The Vote concert Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at Wolstein Center on November 4, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Beyonce dedicates Detroit concert to Aretha Franklin

  • Amid sexual misconduct allegations, Day for Night festival cuts ties with founder Omar Afra

  • Aretha Franklin seriously ill, surrounded by 'an army of family and friends' in Detroit