Get 2 Know Me
- I’ve lived in Houston since 1973! Moved back from San Francisco because I was dying to get home to Texas.
- I have three children and two granddaughters.
- I’m not big on fancy restaurants - I usually leave hungry, wishing I had gone to Whataburger, my favorite place to eat. Actually, I usually enjoy my #4 Whataburger in the car.
When you ask yourself what the right thing to do is, you may get more than one answer, but only the first one is right.
This favorite quote is my own.
I’m an avid woodworker. I used to make all kinds of furniture including desks, cabinets, tables of all kinds, chests, you name it.
My wife has ordered me to stop making large pieces because there’s no more room.
So now I create cigar boxes and other types of keepsake boxes. I’ve made hundreds!
Thursday, February 21, 2019 • 4:25 AM
'This is a beginning': Cardinal DiNardo talks about hopes for Vatican abuse summit
As Catholic clergy from all over the world gather in Rome for a summit about the abuse of minors, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the head of the U.S. delegation, is talking about what he hopes will...
Thursday, January 31, 2019 • 5:59 PM
EXCLUSIVE: 'I'm sorry': Cardinal DiNardo talks about abuse cases in Catholic Church
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo admitted that there is a crisis of faith among some in the Catholic Church, but said leaders are working hard to rid the church of allegations of abuse that are at the...
Sunday, April 19, 2015 • 3:31 PM
Houston customs agent helped families of Oklahoma City bombing victims
When a bomb went off at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995, Houston customs agent Jim Martin was in charge of security for that building. Within hours, Martin and some of his coworkers were in Oklahoma City to assist in the rescue efforts.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 • 8:23 PM
KPRC's 65th anniversary: Bill Balleza shows how technology has changed
After 65 years on air, KPRC Local 2 is still proud to cover Houston although the technology we use to serve the community has changed remarkably changed. Local 2's Bill Balleza shows us how things have evolved.