Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts are all at risk as hackers can get into these accounts, but there are ways to protect private information.
Blood sucking, dark and evil -- the images have become part of modern pop culture, but Local 2 is learning Houston has its own self-proclaimed vampire community that isn't quite as dark.
A piece of Houston history has been saved from a wrecking ball, thanks to a local couple who has purchased the property.
A lot has changed since most parents were in school, so why not embrace the technology and let it help?
It's the video seen around the world. A dog viciously attacks a boy in the driveway of his home. But the family cat comes to the rescue.
Derrel Sims claims to be the world's leading expert on alien abductions, whose fascination began as a child.
A fire truck, a helicopter and a two-story modern wonder -- believe it or not, these are all designs of houses for your dog. Local 2's Owen Conflenti and his dog, Deano, took a tour of these homes.
My Job Chart helps parents set daily chores and goals, assign rewards, and teach kids the importance of saving.
California man creates a home powered by a cellphone from the moment you step out of bed.
Local 2's Anthony Yanez and Owen Conflenti have been crowned the "Kings of the Ice."
Crews are working around the clock to get ready for this weekend’s Grand Prix of Houston.
Classes at the University of Houston begin Monday, so Anthony Yanez and Owen Conflenti headed to campus to help out.
From sports jerseys to old TV show posters, owning some type of memorabilia is nothing unusual. Murderabilia, however, is a different story.
So, what can you do if your child just hates school?
Owen Conflenti and Anthony Yanez help a father and his triplets with their back-to-school shopping.
Local 2’s Owen Conflenti and Anthony Yanez take three Sugar Land students to get "hip Houston haircuts."
This week, Owen Conflenti headed up to Lake Conroe to go join the South Texas Fly Board to go hang gliding and flyboarding.
Do you think a plastic bag ban would work in Houston?
Some of the cutest animals from SeaWorld San Antonio stopped by Local 2.
There is a llama with a different personality every where you look on Figment Ranch in Cypress.
A family now based in Houston says they appreciate the warm welcome from the USO Houston.
Houston's real estate market is booming right now. Local 2 finds where buyers are in fierce competition, and sellers are closing the deal in record time.
A new smart phone app has been created to curb dangerous use of the ubiquitous devices in cars.
K-2, spice and synthetic weed are sold at convenience stores, don't show up on drug tests and can provide a fatal high.
There are many things that have made Buc-ee's a hit -- like the lovable little beaver and, most importantly, amazingly clean restrooms.
If you find yourself looking for love this Valentine's Day, it might be time to throw out the conventional dating rules and go mobile.
Hunters go all over the world to find their next big safari, but many say they come to Conroe Taxidermy to make their catch their family's prized trophy.
From large knives to nunchucks to small blades that look like a credit card, TSA officers say they have caught hundreds of bizarre weapons at Houston airports in 2012.
Machine guns and military-style weapons are huge, powerful and can be bought legally in Houston.
The airlines have fallen out of public favor in recent years. Now there could be a bigger problem in the industry's future -- not enough qualified captains for the cockpits.
A bank robber targets several banks inside grocery stores, and the FBI was able to track him down by what he left in shopping carts.
There are hotspots in Houston that are prone to accidents. Are these clusters just happenstance or are there lessons in the data to make the roads safer?
A Katy gun range is offering anyone affiliated with a school the chance to learn how to use a gun and get a concealed handgun license for free.
It has been more than four years since lawmen raided the Yearning for Zion Ranch outside Eldorado, Texas. It now shows little signs of activity.
Paranormal explorers across the Houston area are searching for things that go bump in the night.
Cameras can help capture crooks on video if you become a crime victim. But where the cameras are placed is key.
Fans are keeping score and watching instant replays on mega screens in Houston, Katy, Cy-Fair and across Texas.
There are some medical tests every man needs to make sure there aren't any underlying problems. Find out which ones doctors recommend.
NBC's new show "Revolution" explores a post-electric world. So, what would happen if the real world went dark? One man is prepared.
To mosquitoes, humans are walking, talking, billboards for an all-you-can-eat buffet. Experts said people should take steps to be sure mosquitoes stop breeding in their yards.
Hundreds of Texans have been infected with West Nile virus, which has many people wondering which products work best to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. West Nile virus section
Almost 30 Texans diagnosed with West Nile virus this year have died. A woman talks about her husband's battle with the virus that eventually killed him.
There's a new wave of dating websites drawing controversy and customers.
A Houston man loves the Olympics so much, he not only has been collecting memorabilia since 1968, he also travels to nearly every Olympics.
Innocent looking apps, like picture-making Instagram or message-sharing KIK, can turn into a predator’s best friend before a parent has even learned how to log in.
Scientology remains in the spotlight after the split of one of its most famous couples.
A woman says her iPhone began spontaneously smoking and the battery burned through the back of the device.
Want to get revenge for something? There's an app for that, but it's causing controversy.
Those teen text messages delivered by fast-moving thumbs across a phone keyboard may be sending out sex requests in code. Find out how you can crack the code.
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