News 2 Know: Nov. 21, 2018


Happy Thanksgiving eve! The Houston airports are packed as the travel frenzy kicks into full swing.

It's also National Gingerbread Cookie Day, so you can celebrate by making (or buying) some delicious treats to enjoy with your loved ones tomorrow.

Today's Weather

Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley has your holiday weather. 

Don't forget! You can keep track of the radar and forecast throughout the day at click2houston.com/weather or by downloading the Frank's Free Forecast app.

Local News

Shoppers flock to area grocery stores ahead of Thanksgiving


Thousands of Houstonians packed grocery stores on the day before Thanksgiving, even despite some challenges with certain staple ingredients. Read more. >

Houston police officer has heart for homeless, youth


At a glance, a gathering at Loaves and Fishes in downtown Houston on Wednesday was simply a kind volunteer effort.  Our neighbors who need a little extra help were able to get food, clothing and toiletries.  But this was more.  Read more. >

Texas News

KPRC2 anchors, reporters express gratitude this Thanksgiving 2018

KPRC2 anchors and reporters share what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving 2018.
KPRC2 anchors and reporters share what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving 2018.

From family and friends to food and Houston, KPRC2's anchors and reporters shared touching messages of gratitude ahead of Thanksgiving. Read more. >

National News

Local firefighters return home after battling wildfires in California


After seven days of fighting deadly fires in California the rain fell as Baytown firefighters returned to Station 7. Read more. >

Holiday Hiccups

Ways to avoid holiday family drama, how to handle it once it starts


You may dread seeing family, in-laws, people you only see during holidays but psychiatrist, Dr. Asim Shah, with Baylor College of Medicine said it's just one day and sometimes the stress leading up to now is worse than actually spending time with them. Read more. > 

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