Sausage products recalled due to possible metal contanimation

RECALL: DANGEROUS WEINERS More than 11,000 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken and pork sausage products are being recalled because they might be contaminated with pieces of metal. The recall affects R.L. Zeigler Co. Red Hot chicken and pork sausage items that were produced on Nov. 29 and shipped to retail locations nationwide. The following products are... Continue Reading →

Don’t wreck the holidays! Free and discounted rides home are available

You may be busy today making plans with friends and family, we hope those plans include a safe ride home. If you don’t have a designated driver, several organizations are offering free or discounted rides to help you arrive home safe tonight. LYFT The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission teamed up with Lyft as part of... Continue Reading →

Snow much fun in Pearland! (January 26th)

Have snow much fun at Pearland’s 23rd Annual Winterfest! The popular winter event will be Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pearland Recreation Center & Natatorium at 4141 Bailey Road in Pearland. Parking is free with a shuttle to the event at Pearland High School at 3775 S. Main St. Featured... Continue Reading →

Implanted Microchip to replace credit cards

Microchipping yourself is BIG in Sweden! Over 4,000 Swedish people have now replaced one or more of their keys, credit cards and train tickets for a microchip implant. The small implants were first used in 2015 in Sweden to consenting employees at the Epicenter Complex located in Stockholm.   The chip opened the locks on doors... Continue Reading →

Pearland woman faces two charges of possessing child pornography

A 20-year-old Pearland woman faces two charges of possessing child pornography. Authorities arrested Natasha Womack on Friday, December 21st and charged her with two counts of felony child pornography possession after she uploaded videos and photos of young children engaged in sexual acts with adult men. The images included children, toddlers, and infants. Her bond... Continue Reading →

Distraught mom pleads for help in finding missing son

Becky Conn has been trying to find her son for more than two weeks. Dillon Conn, 21, is from Jasper, Texas and last contacted the family on December 8.   Dillon Conn, 21, has been missing for more than two weeks after he was released from the Kingwood Pines Hospital in Houston on December 6th.... Continue Reading →

Mysterious Facebook post may have revealed 2019 RODEOHOUSTON performers

A mysterious Facebook post may have revealed some early details about the 2019  RodeoHouston performers. The Facebook post, of course, immediately went viral as fans analyzed it for clues about its legitimacy. Now, while that does sound pretty exciting, RodeoHouston responded saying, “The remaining 2019 RODEOHOUSTON entertainers will be announced on Jan. 3, 2019.”   Either way, with... Continue Reading →

50 years for stealing fajitas? Yes, Texas judge says

Gilberto Escamilla had stolen more than $1.2 million worth of fajitas over the course of approximately nine years. A Texas man who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1.2 million in fajitas while acting as a public servant has been sentenced to 50 years in prison. Gilberto Escamilla, 53, was employed at the Darrel B. Hester... Continue Reading →

Welcome home for Vietnam veterans: Residents invited to honor flight return

Honor Flight Houston is inviting the public to come to William P. Hobby Airport Saturday  night (October 20th) to welcome veterans back from the latest trip to the nation’s capital. Honor Flight Houston is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s veterans. The nonprofit transports Houston-area veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at... Continue Reading →

Brazoria County sees whooping increase in the whooping cough

Brazoria County is seeing an increase in the number of whooping cough cases in 2018, with 37 reported diagnoses reported through July compared to six the year before. Of this years cases, 73 percent were for people under 19 years old, said Cathy Sbrusch, Director of Public Health Services with the Brazoria County Health Department.... Continue Reading →

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