Named after Gary Sinise's iconic character from 'Forrest Gump,' Lt. Dan is living his best life -- despite some special circumstances.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas -- in March.
The Monday after daylight saving time starts is designated as National Napping Day.
March 2 marks the day that the Texas Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1836. It's the day independence was declared from Mexico and the Republic of Texas was formed.
It's Presidents Day weekend! But do you know how this federal holiday came about?
Here's a list of what's open and closed in observance of the federal holiday.
Here are five Valentine’s Day facts you might not have known about, as love in the air.
Are you single and heartbroken? Hooters will give you a coupon for free boneless wings if you shred a photo of your ex online or in a restaurant for Valentine's Day.
The restaurant said it is offering “a new, one-of-a-kind gift for your bae,” featuring “a romantic bouquet made of its newest menu offering, fall-off-the-bone Baby Back Ribs.”
It's almost Valentine's Day! We're talking with Dr. Sherry Ingraham with Advanced Dermatology about keeping your lips healthy all year.
For $5, you can name a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach after your loved one at the Cockrell Butterfly Museum.
If you're no fond of your ex and loathe Valentine's Day, a Texas zoo is offering people the chance to name a rat or roach after their ex and watch it be fed to birds, snakes or other reptiles.
Because nothing says “I love you” more than a pickle bouquet.
Lonely millennials who think Valentine's Day is overrated may want to adopt a furry friend and Coors Light is offering to help.
Nothing says love like a heart-shaped box full of chicken nuggets -- so if the way to your Valentine's heart is through their stomach, Chick-fil-A has you covered.
A zoo in New York is hoping you’ll show someone you love them or loathe them by naming a cockroach in their honor on Valentine’s Day.
King, who would have turned 91 on Jan. 15, is remembered for his important contributions to the civil rights movement.
The 42nd Annual “Original” Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade will kick off in downtown Houston at 10 a.m. Monday.
Thousands of spectators were there supporting local teams and groups visiting from Louisiana. There were also several first-time marchers.
Kaitlyn DeJesus, 13, has autism and was non-verbal until she visited a Christmas light display in Mulberry. It inspired her to talk, dance and sing.