Beat Houston traffic with Waze, Jennifer Reyna and KPRC Local 2!

Imagine millions of drivers across the country, working together to outsmart traffic. It's happening right here in Houston every day!

Houston 4th graders produce daily newscast for school

From scripts to a teleprompter, a west Houston school is training the next generation of news anchors and reporters.

Report: Thousands of Texas bridges classified as 'inadequate'

A new federal report classifies thousands of Texas bridges as inadequate.

Back 2 School: After-school options

There are several options that provide a safe haven for  children after the school day ends.

Houston dance school to compete on 'America's Got Talent'

It’s an opportunity of a lifetime for a Houston group that will dance on the big stage on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”

Study: Parents forgetting about speed with teen drivers

A new government report says parents are getting so caught up in warning their teenagers about texting and driving that they are forgetting to talk to them about speeding.

Park & Ride starts Katy to Uptown service

Park & Ride is now offering service from the Katy Corridor to Uptown Houston.

Rice professor talks gay marriage, other hot topics

Crowds gathered at Rice University to hear what Houstonians think about gay marriage, diversity and immigration.

Traffic Alert: Stretch of Westheimer down to 1 lane

One stretch of Westheimer will be down to one lane for up to a month.

Bridge project expected to delay traffic

One of the most traveled streets in Houston will be down to one lane during a construction project, making it an area drivers will want to avoid.

How long is average commute in Harris County?

Drivers in Houston don't have the longest commute in the nation, but their drives to work are longer than most, new figures show.

Students win tickets to Rodeo concert

A few hard-working students are going to the Rodeo as a reward for doing well in the classroom.

Houstonians celebrate Chinese New Year

In the Chinese culture, it's time to ring in the new year.

Obama mural in Midtown vandalized

Vandals once again target the mural of President Barack Obama in Midtown.

Andre Johnson buys Christmas gifts for needy kids

December is a time for giving, so Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson took a group of needy kids on a shopping spree.

12 children adopted in Brazoria County

National Adoption Day is a celebration for children being adopted and an effort which brings about awareness of the thousands of children in foster care waiting to be adopted by loving families.

Katy Freeway at Highway 99 lanes to close

Drivers can expect more congestion over the weekend at the Katy Freeway and SH 99 interchange.

Study: Texas roads are crumbling

A new report on transportation in Texas shows Houstonians pay more than other drivers in the state because of bad roads and congestion.

AT&T, HCC hold no texting while driving pledge

If you get a text while behind the wheel, it can wait. That is the simple message AT&T is sending to young drivers.

Wounded Warrior Project helps soldier find new purpose

A program aimed at assisting America's heroes is making a difference in one soldier's life.

Mayor encourages helping others on Sept. 11

Sept. 11 is a day filled with tragedy, sadness and remembrance, but it is transforming into a day of service, too.

Toll road rates increase on Saturday

Traveling on toll roads is about to be more expensive.

New Orleans shelter sends dogs, cats to Houston

Dozens of shelter animals from New Orleans are brought to Houston to find new homes.

Driving tips for back to school

School will be back in session soon and whether you have a child in school or not, there are some driving tips you need to keep in mind.

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