News 2 Know: Friday, July 27, 2018
HOUSTON – We've made it to Friiiiday, y'all! These are the headlines to keep you in the know as you kick off your weekend:
The world's only Texas-shaped rooftop lazy river is now open to the public -- with a few caveats.
It's been one week since former President George H.W. Bush's former cardiologist, Dr. Mark Hausknecht, was gunned down by a bicyclist near the Medical Center July 20.
Skywatchers around much of the world are looking forward to a complete lunar eclipse that will be the longest this century.
The Houston Independent School District Thursday released a list of new bus hub locations for magnet program students.
Aaron Jackson is a man who lost everything during Harvey, but he didn't expect to lose the tools he need to rebuild.
Stories from around the state:
Texas isn’t likely to be the next Colorado or California. The state almost certainly won’t be the next one to legalize recreational marijuana use. But there are signs that both the public opinion and political calculus on pot are shifting in Texas, with advocates hopeful that those shifts could yield significant progress during next year’s legislative session.
President Donald Trump is applauding Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' stance on the national anthem.
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