Dave Morales chats with actor Grant Goodman a Bellaire native.
Lina De Florias visits Palace Social the renovated iconic Palace Bowling Lanes. There's still bowling but oh so much more, including food, karaoke, and multi-sport simulator bays.
Chelsea Edwards has some fun at the new restaurant in Bellaire Aya Sushi.
Ruben Dominguez shines the small business spotlight on Bodega Bellaire. Open for less than a year the store sells small production wines as well as organic and bio-dynamic wines.
Last year Bellaire High School had a record 13 valedictorians. FOX 26 reporter Shelby Rose caught up with a few of them as they begin their college years.
Denise Middleton talks one on one with Onesimo Lopez, Bellaire's top cop.
Ray Knoblauch Field in Bellaire is named after the most successful high school baseball coach ever. Nate Griffin shares his story.
A great place for families and something for everyone at Evelyn's Park in Bellaire.
Hometown Friday visits Bellaire's own brewery, not just beer but fusion food too!
The fun continues in Bellaire with Sally, Melissa, Chelsea, Denise, and Dave on a special Hometown Friday edition of the After Show
Ruben Dominguez live with the regulars at the Bellaire Coffee Shop. Hometown Friday
Chelsea Edwards continues the celebration of Bellaire at Blood Bros. BBQ,
Lina De Florias is live at Moeller's Bakery where they have been baking treats for Bellaire and Houstonians since the 1930's.
FOX 26 anchor Jose Grinan talks with local historian Mary Cohrs abut the history of Bellaire
Chelsea Edwards visits the New York Deli in Bellaire as FOX 26 celebrates Hometown Friday in Bellaire.
An iconic Galveston landmark has undergone extensive renovations. FOX 26’s Lina de Florias gives us a look inside the Grand Galvez.
In the mid-19th century, Galveston grew rapidly and became a major immigration point for thousands of Europeans and East Coat investors. It was the largest city in Texas, with the moniker "Gateway to the West".
The Galveston Railroad Museum has converted two of its rail coaches into bed and breakfasts for guests to rent.
The "Duck" is a World War ll era, amphibious vehicle originally designed to transport troops. Today, it has been modified to transport tourists around the city and a quick cruise around Galveston Bay.
Author of Saltwater and Driftwood Anna Walner discusses the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900, which remains the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history.