It's a day a wounded Baytown Marine veteran and his family will never forget.
It's not a cream, a spray or a pill. There's a new solution for male hair loss, that's practically permanent.
Imagine having a child and agreeing to raise it with the help of a complete stranger. Men and women, who haven't met their mate but want children are going to extreme lengths to have a family.
Photo: Boys & Girls Harbor, Inc.
The changing weather couldn't keep 200 volunteers in La Porte from building children a new place to play. The Boys and Girls Harbor is getting a new playground thanks to a local company Making a Difference.
Local 2 photojournalist John Treadgold
The Local 2 family is growing with the addition of a new baby.
Local 2's Lauren Freeman reveals what gifts to get for a royal baby.
It's impossible to know exactly what it's like to function with Alzheimer's disease, but a simulator sheds some light on what people with the disease have to live with.
If you've ever looked at a pair of shoes and thought you could design something better, here's your chance.
Losing weight after giving birth is never easy. But what a Kingwood mom did after giving birth to twins is simply inspiring.
Doctors are adding immune-boosting antibodies to chemotherapy drugs to help in treating lung cancer patients.
The Kentucky Derby is Saturday and these Houston hat designers are ready for the Run for the Roses.
A Miami-based dermatologist expects more beauty products to include natural ingredients in 2013.
Prom season is just around the corner and with the big dance comes a big price tag. There is one store in Houston where you can find fancy dresses for less.
Many Houston-area families are raising chickens in their back yards in an effort to eat more locally-grown, natural foods.
The latest fitness craze has women leaving their sneakers at home and shaping up in high heels.
A high-scale hunting lodge for women in the heart of the Hill Country offers its guests a retreat to enjoy the owner’s two loves -- bullets and Botox.
We know what's healthier, but what's cheaper -- going through a drive thru or cooking your meals? Lauren Freeman and Owen Conflenti put it to the test.
A few months ago, an Australian cattle dog named Layall was barely able to stand. Now, he's pulling his owner down the street, all thanks to a new procedure.
The debate over violent video games and their effect on children is once again raging.
You could call it the highway to high fashion. Two Houston-area women are hitting the streets with mobile fashion trucks featuring shoes and unique clothing.
Are you looking to shake up your workout with something new? Local 2's Lauren Freeman tries out the top three fitness trends of 2013.
Kendra Scott is quickly becoming a household name. Her jewelry is worn by famous and not-so-famous fashionistas alike. What you may not know is the story behind the woman.
Some families are hiring a drug-sniffing dog to search their own house.
A Houston family is turning the tables on toddler obesity through a program at a hospital.
After nearly two weeks of voting for which KPRC Local 2 morning anchor you want to see slimed, the event is held and Lauren "won!" See behind-the-scenes pictures.
These days, Halloween means more than just candy and costumes. Today, families fill their yards, porches and even trees with spooky decorations.
An annual firefighters calendar will soon be released, and KPRC Local 2 has a sneak peak of it.
Drop-in day care centers are popping up, but are they really a good place to leave your children?
The new generation of Texans are as diverse as our great state. How do you raise a child to be a true Texan?
Doctors say that small head trauma from hard hits can add up to devastating consequences.
The concept of homeschooling is changing, and Local 2 found it's also becoming almost mainstream. Do you support homeschooling?
Some area moms are cashing in on what they call an addictive treasure hunt in consignment sales.
A trip to the Olympics is an amazing experience for anyone but for one Katy family their trip to London is part of their summer of celebration.
An accidental medical discovery can make the effects of Botox last 30 percent longer, according to a Houston doctor.
Something that may seem like a cosmetic problem could be a sign of a serious condition that could lead to blindness.
A new study proves it's not just secondhand smoke that's harmful to children.
Annette Larkins, 70, looks decades younger than her true age and she credits a raw food diet and daily exercise with her youthful appearance and vitality.
It's a small university nestled off the Southwest Freeway, for now. But Houston Baptist University's president is bringing football to the school for the first time and making other big changes.
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