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Coming Out in the NFL, Summer Fest Lineup & Laser Strikes: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · Former Hitchcock High School Bulldogs defensive end Michael Sam this week announced he is gay; the performers at this summer’s Free Press Summer Fest were announced this week; and the FBI is cracking down on people aiming laser pointers at airplanes: It’s The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston news. Our panel of […]

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Sports Monday: Bowl Game Previews & Life After Kubiak

Posted on · The Texans begin the post-Kubiak era, and Texas college football teams are bowl bound, including the University of Houston, Baylor, Texas A&M and the University of Texas. We’ll find out where they’re heading and who they face. And we’ll prepare you for the Rockets’ West Coast trip, with three games in four nights at Portland, […]

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Small Businesses, World AIDS Day and Did the Patriots Cheat? Houston Matters for Mon., Dec. 2, 2013

Posted on · Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this was a big weekend for holiday shoppers. It was also a big weekend for small businesses in Houston. That’s because Small Business Saturday encourages customers to shop local. So today, we’re taking a look at how small businesses are faring in Houston. Are they thriving or dying out? […]

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Sports Monday: Texans Lose 7th Straight

Posted on · The Houston Texans lost their seventh straight game Sunday, falling to the Arizona Cardinals 27-24. We’ll talk about where the team goes from here. We’ll also update you on the Dynamo’s playoff draw against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday, we’ll assess the Rockets season seven games in, and we’ll discuss whether Johnny Football might repeat […]


Texans Fans Gather For Monday Night Football

Posted on · In one of the biggest games in franchise history, the 11-1 Texans are in Foxboro, Massachusetts tonight to take on the 9-3 New England Patriots. The playoff-bound Texans top the AFC South division while the Patriots lead the AFC East. Here at home, Houstonians are putting on facepaint and crazy costumes as they gather with their fellow fans for Monday Night Football.


Cowboys Come To Houston

Posted on · This weekend's football game at Reliant Stadium is one of the biggest of the season. Not because the Texans are undefeated, it's because they're playing the Dallas Cowboys. While many people still call the Cowboys America's team, the Texans are just trying to get some national respect. Bill Stamps talked with Houston fans to get their take on the big game.


Texas College Football Ponders Changes

Posted on · Football fans can expect big changes this upcoming season as a couple of football powerhouses announce they're moving to another athletic conference, a move that could affect Texas' biggest college football teams. As KUHF's Gail Delaughter reports, the move is about much more than action on the field.


Houstonians Set to Watch the Big Game

Posted on · This Sunday afternoon the Colts and Saints will battle it out in the biggest game of the year — the Super Bowl. Even though the Houston Texans aren't playing, Houstonians everywhere will be glued to their sets. Bill Stamps has the story.


Congress Holds Hearing on Football Injuries

Posted on · The House Judiciary Committee meet in Houston to hear testimony on something that's on everybody's mind this week — the sport of football. With host Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, the committee wants to know if changes need to be made to prevent injuries to the brain. Bill Stamps has more.


Texans vs Titans

Posted on · The tailgating is well underway at Reliant Stadium as the Texans get set to take on the Titans in tonight's Monday Night Football matchup. The Texans still have a shot at making the playoffs and adding to the intrigue — they're taking on the team and owner that left Houston 12 years ago. Bill Stamps has more on the big game.