News 2 Know: Dense fog kicks off Houston new year, celebrations around the world and more
Happy New Year! Today marks the first day of 2019. As you kick off your resolution, remember, failing is OK as long as you get back up.
Today is also National Hangover Day, so we understand if you partied a little too hard and prefer to start your resolutions tomorrow.
The new year kicked off with dense fog across the area that caused plenty of issues on the road. While the weather will clear out, the nice conditions won't last long. Meteorologist Britta Merwin has a look at the forecast.
An 11-year-old child is dead and her father is in the hospital after a two-vehicle accident in northwest Harris County. Read more >
The new year started with a big change for Harris County. Judge-elect, Lina Hidalgo was sworn in at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday at the Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management. Read more >
A mother wounded by gunfire pleads to her daughter's killer to come forward. Read more >
First responders treated 56 people following a crash just after midnight New Year's Eve involving more than 20 vehicles near Austin, Texas. Read more >
New year, new (richer by $425 million) you. The New Year's Day Mega Millions jackpot is the eighth largest in history, after the December 28 drawing named no winners. Last Friday's winning numbers were 9, 10, 25, 37 and 38 and the gold Mega Ball was 21. Read More >
NYE Around The World
There are 39 different local times in use, which means it took 26 hours for the entire world to enter the New Year. Read More >
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