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Dangerous New Year Celebrations

Posted on · The New Year is right around the corner and that usually means lots of celebrations. For some people lighting fireworks is a New Years tradition. But it can also be a dangerous one if you're not careful. Bill Stamps has more.

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Celebratory Gunfire Will Not be Tolerated

Posted on · The Houston Police Department will be out on the streets to ensure citizens enjoy their Christmas and New Year's holiday. Chief Harold Hurt says those who have other ideas will be dealt with. Pat Hernandez has more.

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Fewer Texans Plan Holiday Travel

Posted on · A year long trend continues this holiday season: there will be fewer Christmas holiday travelers. Rod Rice reports that holiday travel has been down for the entire year.

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No Decorations; Blame It on the Economy

Posted on · The sluggish economy is being blamed for all sorts of things these days. Some even say there are fewer Christmas decorations going up because of it. Bill Stamps hit the streets to find out of that's true.

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Christmas Karaoke at the Airport

Posted on · Travelers and employees at Houston's Bush intercontinental airport are in the holiday spirit. This December — the airport is hosting holiday karaoke — where you can pick from a list of your favorite Christmas songs and entertain the masses. Laurie Johnson has more.

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Hurricane and Economy Affecting Donations

Posted on · It's a Salvation Army tradition for volunteers to ring bells in front of stores, hoping people will donate to those in need during the season of giving. But this year there are two big reasons Houstonians may not be as giving as usual. Bill Stamps has that story.

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Houston Christmas Tree Goes Green

Posted on · Hermann Square in front of city hall is in the process of being transformed into a winter wonderland. The Mayor's annual Holiday Celebration is on Friday. And this year the party is doing the fashionable thing by going green. Laurie Johnson has more.

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Thanksgiving Dinner For Everyone

Posted on · Cooking at your house will probably take a few hours to get everything ready for the big meal tomorrow. Well imagine the time and help required to cook for 20-thousand. That's how many people could show up at the annual Thanksgiving Houston Superfeast in front of city hall. Bill Stamps has more.