50 years later: How David Vetter, who lived in bubble, changed medicine

Today marks what would have been David Vetter's 50th birthday. He became known as the "Bubble Boy" after being born with severe combined immunodeficiency, or SCID, meaning his immune system didn't work at all. Within seconds, doctors at Texas Children's Hospital here in Houston placed him in a plastic isolator bubble, where he would stay until his death at the young age of 12. But his legacy lives on thanks to breakthrough technology, and David's own blood cells. Kids with the same disease can now live normal lives.

Pasadena Dobie High School student is Making the Grade

She does more than dominate as a two-sport star athlete, she's also in the top 15% of her class. She also knows what she wants to do in the future. She wants to follow in her mom's footsteps as a nurse. So FOX 26's Nate Griffin introduces us to Pasadena Dobie High School's Natalie Onozie.

Answering questions about COVID-19 boosters

Who can get a COVID-19 booster? Is the booster the same dosage as the first and second dose of the vaccine? Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, from Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, tackles all of the tough questions

Tesla to sell energy in Texas?

Tesla wants to not only provide you with your electric car but also wants to provide you with your electricity. They have filed an application with the Public Utilities Commission. So what does that mean for you?

Lone survivor of plane crash in Bryan heads back to college

Luke Armstrong has spent the past year in rehabilitation, recovering from a severe traumatic brain injury, after surviving a plane crash that claimed the lives of his girlfriend and her parents. He says he owes it to them to live life to the fullest and carry on their legacy.