You saw him first on Local 2 -- a convenience store clerk who turned the table on a pair of robbers. Now his story has gone viral. Local 2's Amy Davis talked to the clerk-turned-hero about his newfound fame.
Keeping your air conditioning unit in shape can cost a lot of money. So Local 2 is taking a closer look at extended service agreements to see if they're worth the cash and if they actually pay off for homeowners.
After four days of increasing complaints from citizens across Houston and a Local 2 News report, the city's Public Works Department finally released some answers about why the tap water recently tastes and smells foul.
You shop. You buy. You eat. Chances are you may not pay attention to where all that food comes from. But now, some experts say not knowing the origins of your food could be putting your health at risk.
The Federal Communications Commission Thursday decided to move forward with a proposal to allow cell phone calls during airline flights. Meanwhile, the list of opponents to this controversial move is also growing.
A downtown hot spot gets hit by health inspectors again. And salad, soup and health food were all deemed hazardous. KPRC Local 2 Consumer Expert Amy Davis has the details in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
The days of the mailman delivering your mail right to your doorstep may soon be over. Legislators in Washington, D.C. have written a bill that, if passed, would require homeowners to move their mailboxes to the curb.
Owners and their pets were out celebrating the Fourth of July day at Jackson Bark park on Westpark, but come night time most pet owners will bring their dogs inside because they can really get worked up with the loud fireworks.
We're going upscale in this week's Restaurant Report Card. Restaurant rating service Zagat says Benjy's on Washington Avenue has "knock-out American fare and stellar people watching." The customers may be cool, but ...
A rat made an appearance during one restaurant's recent inspection and another restaurant is under the microscope after a customer got sick. Here are the complaints and inspections keeping health inspectors busy in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Many of you are asking how you can help the victims of the fertilizer plant in West, Texas. We have compiled this list of places collecting donations. We will update it as we receive more information about what is needed.
An Oklahoma dentist is at the center of a scandal, after investigators there say he may have exposed thousands of patients to HIV or Hepatitis. Amy Davis talks to a local dentist about how dental inspections are performed in Texas.
Hundreds of people were gathered at a foam party in Alief at the FunPlex. The last time the event planners threw a party at the same location, a 15-year-old girl ended up dead from an accidental overdose.
A popular Texas tanning chain is shelling out a hefty sum to the state as a result of a five-year investigation by the Texas Attorney General's office that alleges Darque Tan made bogus claims about the benefits of tanning.
Chocolate is probably the last thing a parent would give their child if they are worried about cavities, but a new chocolate toothpaste now has dentists thinking differently about the benefits of cocoa.
Mold, radon and asbestos are three common toxins that can cause major health problems if you're exposed over a long period of time. There are ways to detect these toxins and remove them from your home.
If you do most of the shopping for your family, you know racking up points with your loyalty card at local grocery stores can save you a lot of money. But consumer expert Amy Davis found that store employees may be stealing your points and all that savings.
While Congress considers the fiscal cliff deal passed in the Senate early New Year's morning, one thing is certain: No matter how lawmakers vote, you will be taking home less pay in 2013 than you did last year.
It may be thousands of miles away, but the Connecticut school shooting hits close to home because it could happen anywhere. It's why Local 2 Investigates is taking an in-depth look at security at Houston schools.
Millions of Americans woke up early and lined up or logged on for Black Friday savings, but the deep discounts advertised turned into disappointment for a Katy couple when a retailer reneged on their deal.
Cellphone companies increased the speed limit on the information super highway when they rolled out 4G, but some users who are paying for the faster service said they're still stuck in the slow lane. It's why Local 2 Investigates tested the four biggest networks to find out which carrier offers the…
'Tis the season to be wary when it comes to buying potentially dangerous toys for children this holiday. Toxic and dangerous toys are right now sitting on store shelves, and a public interest group is warning consumers to beware when purchasing toys.