Home / 2018 / November / 09

Daily Archives: November 9, 2018

Here’s what traffic will look like in Houston in 20 years


November 9, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The Houston region is expected to grow from roughly 6.5 million people to 10 million by the year 2040, according to experts. This means a lot of extra commuters and slower traffic. “The more we grow, the worse our traffic is going to get,” commuter John McDermott said. The Houston Galveston Area Council recently calculated future …

Read More »

Man carjacks 2 women outside church he just started attending


November 9, 2018

SPLENDORA, Texas (KTRK) — A Houston man carjacked two women outside of the church he’s been attending for two weeks in Splendora, police say. Authorities tell Eyewitness News 34-year-old Kevin Chambers was at the Church of Lord Jesus Christ on Dallie Sue Street attending service Thursday night when he tried to steal a church van. When that didn’t work, Splendora …

Read More »

‘HE’S A GREAT HUMAN BEING’: How summer camps shaped St. Pius X star into a leader


November 9, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — St. Pius X star running back and linebacker, Bruno Forestieri, had two life-changing experiences over the summer which helped him become a better leader. Going into his senior year, Forestieri spent part of his summer volunteering at ‘Camp Blessing’ showing kids with special needs love, acceptance and fun. After that, Forestieri was invited by the United …

Read More »

One Minute Weather: Cold, wet, windy Friday


November 9, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Pull out your coats and umbrellas. Meteorologist Travis Herzog says temperatures are falling into the 50s on a strong north wind as widespread showers and a few thunderstorms blow through Houston. The rain should move out by the evening but the bleachers could be wet for those heading to a Friday night football game. Clouds and …

Read More »

Southern California City Mourns in Wake of Borderline Bar Massacre


November 9, 2018

Hundreds of people gathered Thursday evening to remember the dozen people shot and killed by a Marine veteran at the packed Borderline Bar & Grill the night before. It was a scene of horror enacted in many places around the country in recent months, but never before in Thousand Oaks. Terrified patrons who had gathered for the weekly Wednesday night …

Read More »

Mother, Son Arrested for Running Prostitution Ring in North Texas


November 9, 2018

A mother and son were arrested for running a prostitution ring out of Dallas. According to federal court documents, Helen Yu Kim and her son Daniel Mendoza Jr. tried to supply women for an undercover Dallas officer. Kim’s son had told the undercover cop about his mother running a prostitution ring during a drug exchange. After which, police set up …

Read More »

Free Veterans Day Meals & Deals in Dallas-Fort Worth


November 9, 2018

If you served, or are serving, in the military, these Dallas-Fort Worth restaurants and businesses want to say “thank you” with a free meal, discount deals and free admission to area attractions. The specials are offered to veterans and active-duty military, so be prepared to show proof of military service. Click on the name of the restaurant or venue to find location …

Read More »