Family challenge... if you dare!
Thursday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, is your family up for the challenge? What could you make if you had an empty cardboard box, some duct tape and a swimming pool? Would you sink or would you float? Find out happens to Lauren Kelly, live on-air, Thursday at 3:00 p.m. on KPRC2.
Mother of 3 begs for help, says growing mold forced them into a shelter
Looking at Huong Bui’s mobile home from the outside, it’s hard to tell that anything is wrong with it. She said the growing problems hidden inside the walls and ceilings have forced her, a mother with three young sons, into a shelter.
A new way for families to spend the Fourth of July
Thursday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, we’re live to show you a new way for your family to spend the Fourth of July. We’re live as setup is underway for the 2022 Liberty Fest in Southwest Houston. We’ll introduce you to the food vendors, get a demonstration from a Shakira look-a-like performer, plus the best way for you and your family to catch the fireworks! That’s Thursday at 3:00 p.m. on KPRC 2.
New ride at local waterpark is first of its kind in the world!
Does your family have a road trip planned this summer? Why not check out the new rides at a local waterpark? Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, we’re live with a first of a kind waterslide. Plus, we’ll preview 3 other brand new attractions.
15 simple ways new dads can help new moms
Whether your family just welcomed a baby, or your partner is about to give birth, it's safe to say that it's a really exciting time for everyone involved. Infants are snuggly and sweet, they have that classic new-baby scent and bringing home your first child is definitely a little surreal, in a good way!
GiGi’s Playhouse Sugar Land gives hope to mother after baby diagnosed with down syndrome
When Benita Leon discovered she was pregnant, she and her husband were overjoyed with excitement, hopes and plans for their baby’s future. Those hopes and plans came to sudden halt when a doctor delivered the news that their baby was diagnosed with down syndrome. Uncertain for what the future would now hold for her child, Leon felt overwhelmed and helpless. Luckily, help was on the way to guide her and her family through their journey.
Students cheer on classmate with Down syndrome
A Texas-area school teacher caught a special moment on camera as a group of kids played basketball. The children pass the ball to another student with Down syndrome, who makes the shot to a roar of cheers. CBS local affiliate KHOU's Melissa Correa shares this heart warming story.news.yahoo.com
Russia-Ukraine tensions could be amplified by the arrival of U.S. security aid in Kyiv
The first shipment of security assistance from the U.S. has arrived in Ukraine. It includes nearly 200,000 pounds of military equipment and ammunition for frontline defenders. This comes after the U.S. and Russia's top diplomats met in Geneva to deescalate tensions. CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini has the latest. Then, retired CIA chief of Russian operations Steve Hall explains the impact of security assistance.news.yahoo.com
This "Grinch" cat requires princess-level pampering, no kids and will yell at you if her demands aren't met. And she just got adopted.
"You think she wants tiny STICKY fists of fury anywhere near her magical snow cape?" her adoption agency wrote. "That's a hard pass on living with a drunken ballerina-ninja."cbsnews.com