Boat fire sends plume of smoke into skies over Clear Lake Shores
CLEAR LAKE SHORES, Texas – A boat fire sent a large plume of smoke into the skies Friday over Clear Lake Shores. The fire was reported about 2 p.m. at the Portofino Harbour Marina and Yacht Club on Portofino Plaza, just across State Highway 146 from the Kemah Boardwalk. Officials said 911 callers reported hearing an explosion just before the fire. A Life Flight helicopter was called to the scene. This developing story will be updated.
10 family-friendly Halloween events happening in the Houston area
Check out these fun Halloween-themed events happening in and around the Houston area this month. When: Through Oct. 31Where: Kemah BoardwalkPrice: VariesThe Houston Zoo invites all little ghouls and goblins to celebrate fall festivities during its month-long Zoo Boo event. When: Oct. 19-24Where: Virtual events, Houston Arboretum & Nature CenterPrice: $10On Halloween, get festive fast with this morning live stream. ), $5 OnsiteParticipate in a car decorating contest and trick-or-treat from the comfort of your car at this family-friendly Halloween event. When: Oct. 31Where: Jimmy Burke Activity CenterPrice: FreeSearching for more fun fall things to do around Houston?
This is when Kemah Boardwalk, Pleasure Pier and other attractions around Houston will reopen
Heres a look at what some amusement parks and water parks are planning to do:Kemah BoardwalkAll rides on Kemah Boardwalk will reopen this Friday. Posted by Kemah Boardwalk on Wednesday, June 3, 2020Pleasure PierPleasure Pier announced Thursday they will reopen all rides starting Friday. Posted by Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Thursday, June 4, 2020Typhoon TexasTyphoon Texas announced Thursday they will increase their capacity to 50%. Thank you to the... Posted by Typhoon Texas Houston on Wednesday, June 3, 2020Space Center HoustonSpace Center Houston announced via Facebook on May 22 they will reopen to visitors on July 1. Starting today, the train will be open daily from 10 am... Posted by Hermann Park Conservancy on Monday, June 1, 2020Houston-area attractions closed: