'Girls' XXX Parody

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

Female high school football player

Female high school football starter makes history

It's almost time for Friday night high school football. One player in Chilhowie, Virginia, is breaking barriers in the popular sport.


Talking fashion with Sarah Jessica Parker

Local 2's Ruben Galvan meets 'Sex and the City' superstar Sarah Jessica Parker to talk all things fashion!


Fans follow One Direction around town

Aug. 22, 2014: For hours, dozens of girls stood in the blazing hot sun outside of the St. Regis Hotel, waiting for their chance just to get a glimpse of the band, One Direction. Phillip Mena reports.

Two dead in violent high-speed crash

Two dead in violent high-speed crash

Local 2's Mark Boyle reports

PTSD and War Photographers

PTSD and war photographers

PTSD and war photographers.

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.

Milwaukee Police confrontation

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Protesters occupy Milwaukee police area

Protesters occupied the hallway outside Milwaukee's Police Administration Building Friday, demanding answers to the four-month-old shooting of Dontre Hamilton by a police officer. That officer has yet to be identified.

Starbucks pay it forward chain


Hundreds of Starbucks customers pay it forward

Customers of a St. Petersburg, Florida, Starbucks paid it forward big time. More than 300 customers paid for the coffee of the car behind them Wednesday, when this video was made. The chain continued Thursday, with more than 750 ultimately participating.

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Saturday's weather webcast

Houstonians are in for a warm weekend with temperatures that will feel like triple digits.

Chris Hondros Journalist as Diplomat

Chris Hondros: Journalist as diplomat

Chris Hondros: Journalist as diplomat.

ISIS wanted woman with ties to Houston freed

August 22, 2014: A woman who ISIS wanted released has ties to Houston. Robert Arnold reports.

Baby left alone in hot car

Baby left alone in hot car in Meyerland Plaza parking lot

Aug. 22, 2014: Security guards at a popular Houston shopping center had to work quickly to extract a 6-month-old child from a locked SUV. Robert Arnold reports.

Texans LB Cushing makes strides towards return

August 22, 2014: Texans linebacker Brian Cushing is questionable for Saturday's contest against the Denver Broncos. Randy McIlvoy reports.

UFO photo sparks interest

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

Va teen sexting

Parents turn in teen for sexting

A Virginia mother got a nasty shock when she went through her daughter’s cell phone and tablet.

ISIS threat

ISIS bigger threat than al-Qaeda?

In January, the president said ISIS didn't pose nearly the threat of al-Qaeda. Has that changed?

One Direction fan uses creativity to score tickets

August 15, 2014: A One Direction fan gets creative to score tickets. Khambrel Marshall reports.

Weekend Traffic Alert: Major construction on Highway 290

August 22, 2014: Watch out for major construction on Highway 290 starting this weekend. Jennifer Reyna reports.


Security top priority in designing new Houston-area campuses

Aug. 21, 2014: Recent nationwide events have made security a top priority for Houston-area school districts. With the region's explosive growth, new schools are under construction. Andy Cerota reports.

Investigators search home of father on trial for murder

August 22, 2014: Investigators search the home of David Barajas to see if there is any evidence to link him to the crash scene. Lauren Freeman reports.

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.

Driver, passenger killed in fiery crash in Jacinto City

Police said a man lost control of the sedan he was driving, after the vehicle sped over railroad tracks at Market Street and Fidelity Street. Mark Boyle reports.


Skeeters player donates bone marrow to stranger

For Sugar Land Skeeters outfielder Neil Medchill, there's a chance Sunday's game was his last as a professional baseball player.

Freebie Friday: Back 2 School, movies, theater and more

Aug. 22, 2014: This is the last weekend of summer for most kids in our area and parents want to pack in as much as possible. But if back-to-school shopping left you with fewer funds for fun, you'll want to check out all the free events in our area. Amy Davis reports.

Houston Family Magazine talks about this weekend’s events

There are plenty of things to do in the Houston area this weekend, but how do you decide?  Houston Family Magazine’s Dana Donvan stopped by the studios to help sort it all out!

Teen wanted in thefts of cell phones, purses at METRO stations

Surveillance video of 18-year-old Kassell Justice, who is wanted in at least six thefts and robberies in the Texas Medical Center area since June.

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