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Bush takes plunge, challenges Clinton

Former President George W. Bush takes the ALS ice bucket challenge, then challenges his predecessor.

'Girls' XXX Parody

Lena Dunham isn't happy with the show's new porn parody.

Sorority racial slur photo

Sorority girl ousted for pic with racial slur

A University of Alabama student is ousted from her sorority for posting a photo to social media with a racial slur in the caption.


Ruben tackles football at Westfield High School

It's a back to school adventure with Local 2's Ruben Galvan. This week he hits the football field at Westfield High School!

Girl suspended bless you

Student claims 'bless you' got her suspended

A student in Tennessee claims she was suspended for breaking a class rule of saying "bless you" to a classmate that sneezed.


Getting pumped to head back to school!

We're turning back to school into an adventure this week! Local 2's Ruben Galvan is spreading school spirit at Westfield High School this morning in Spring.

UFO photo sparks interest

August 12, 2014: Pictures of what look like a UFO stir up interest across the Houston area. Ryan Korsgard reports.

Boy donates shoes on birthday

N.C. boy donates 400 shoes for his birthday

A 9-year-old North Carolina boy collects 400 pairs of new shoes for students in need and donates them on his birthday.

Gov. Perry enters 'not guilty' plea

Aug. 20, 2014: Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry has formally pleaded not guilty to criminal charges that he abused his office when he vetoed state funding for public corruption prosecutors. Bill Balleza reports.

Chris Hondros Journalist as Diplomat

Chris Hondros: Journalist as diplomat

Chris Hondros: Journalist as diplomat.

Man gets stuck in highchair


Grown man gets stuck in highchair

A British man had a much easier time getting into a highchair at a Travel Lodge in Cambridge, England, than he did getting out of it.

Homes infested with bed bugs

Residents: Homes infested with bed bugs

Aug. 19, 2014: What experts say has been a growing problem in the Houston area is getting even bigger. Keith Garvin reports.

Trial begins for dad accused of killing drunk driver who fatally struck kids

The trial began Tuesday for a Southeast Texas father accused of killing a drunken driver in a fit of rage after his two sons were fatally struck on a rural road.  David Barajas was charged with murder in the shooting death of 20-year-old Jose Banda Jr.


H-E-B's 'Quest for Texas Best' Contest

H-E-B is on a quest for the best recipes in all of Texas! The grocery store chain is searching for new additions to it's Primo Picks line. Local 2's Ruben Galvan samples some of what local competitors have cooked up.

Doctors: This year's flu vaccine more effective than ever

Whether you choose the nasal vaccine or the traditional shot, doctors are just urging everyone to get vaccinated. Rachel McNeill reports.


H-E-B's Scott McClelland challenges Ruben to the Ice Bucket Challenge

Mayor Annise Parker challenged H-E-B's President Scott McClelland in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He accepted and, in turn, challenged Local 2's Ruben Galvan!

HPD officer dead after apparent suicide

August 19, 2014: There will be an investigation into the death of a Houston police officer. Samantha Ptashkin reports.


Man shot, killed in road rage incident after following driver home

Local 2's Courtney Gilmore reports after a man was shot and killed in a road rage incident, after he followed a driver home.

Blood transfusion saves dog's life


Dog-to-dog blood transfusion saves life

A dog is being hailed a hero for a blood transfusion that saved the life of another dog that ingested rat poison.

Back 2 School: Laptop or tablet for your kids?

A school supply list nowadays is more than just paper and pencils. The tablet your student wants is more likely electronic than the spiral-bound kind of which you're thinking. So how do you know what type of laptop or tablet your child needs? Amy Davis reports.

Gov. Perry booked on abuse of power charges

Aug. 19, 2014: Perry, who is mulling a second presidential run in 2016, was booked on two felony counts of abuse of power Tuesday at the Travis County courthouse. He vowed he'd fight the charges 'with every fiber of my being.' Ryan Korsgard reports.

Father on trial for murder of DWI suspect

August 19, 2014: A father is on trial for murder in the death of a DWI suspect. Amanda Perez reports.

Back to school bargains and freebies

August 19, 2014: Don't miss out on these bargains while preparing to send your children back to school. Amy Davis reports.

Student Takes A Selfie A Day

Student Takes A Selfie A Day

A local student documents four years of high school by taking a selfie almost every day.

James Foley family press conference

James Foley's family: 'We miss his courage'

The family of executed journalist James Foley gave an emotional press conference outside their home in New Hampshire.

Cracked windshield on IAH-bound flight

A mid-flight emergency had the pilot diverting to Tennessee instead. Syan Rhodes reports.

Ex-deputy: Gunfire after driver who killed 2 kids shot not in report

An ex-deputy told jurors Wednesday he failed to note in a report that more gunfire had taken place well after a drunken driver was fatally shot in Texas following an accident that killed two boys, a detail a defense attorney says helps point to the innocence of the boys' father who is on trial for…

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