Some people go through many different phone cases looking for the perfect design. Houstonian Qazi Shahryar, owner of Atasca Customs, is taking cell phone customizations to the next level. Instead of cell phone cases, he custom wraps your actual cell phone and pretty much any other electronic device. Book your appointment at @atascacustoms on Instagram.
Fat Boots Trailer Park Bar is the latest addition to the Washington Avenue strip. Located at 4218 Washington Ave, the owner Jennifer Worthington says the concept celebrates trailer park living and RV camping. Equipped with kiddie pools to “fish” from, a phone booth, props, a good time and so much more at this one-of-a-kind unique adult playground.
FOX 26's Maria Salazar reports on how a local community health center helping those hardest hit by the pandemic to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
FOX 26's Coco Dominguez spoke with some Houstonians who are celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
Could Derek Chauvin really be tried all over again? News Edge legal expert Charles "Big Angry" Adams talks about what would need to happen for a judge to grant Chauvin's legal request. The former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty of murder in the death of Houston native George Floyd. He claims his convictions should be thrown out because his Constitutional rights were violated several times throughout the month long trial.
Houston music legend Bun B says more people getting vaccinated is the only way we will return to any type of normalcy, especially in the music community. Bun B has partnered with The Houston Music Foundation, Houston Methodist and The Heights Theater to host a COVID-19 vaccine drive. The Pfizer vaccine will be offered without an appointment to the city's music community on Wednesday May 5 from Noon to 4 p.m. The vaccine will be administered at The Heights Theater located on W 19th Street. The second dose will be given at the same location on June 2.
A recent traffic stop in Houston has sparked a conversation about traffic stops. An HPD officer pulled over Quentin Jiles for driving in the left lane of Highway 59 and not using it only for passing. The controversial exchange now has people wondering how they can file a formal complaint against an officer they feel did not interact with them in an appropriate manner. The Houston police department says they’re looking into the officer’s actions.
House Bill 392, the so called Crown Act, would make it illegal to discriminate based on hair texture. Styles like braids, locks or twists, they would all be protected at work or at schools, and these styles are commonly worn in Black cultures. The bill argues that banning them is discriminatory.
With 33 days left in session, the Texas Senate remains very busy with pending legislation.
Houston attorney and former police officer/judge Charles Adams discusses the Biden administration's plan to ban menthol cigarettes and why many are critical of the way it's being done.
FOX 26's Matthew Seedorff spoke with one rideshare user who says the prices for ridesharing services are going up as companies are working to get drivers back on the road.
FOX 26's Coco Dominguez gives you an inside look at one of the newest bars to open in Houston.
Exotic Pop is known for having some of the most unique soda pops and snacks. They’re also known for honoring Houston legends, with their very tone product.
FOX 26 Reporter CoCo Dominguez has more on what one company is doing to honor Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen.
FOX 26 Reporter Randy Wallace has more on the measure that was approved by the Senate.
Information about recycling in Houston
FOX 26's CoCo Dominguez has more on some activities you can do for Earth Day.
The death of Georgia. Floyd led many to not just speak up for civil rights and justice, but take action. Former Super Neighborhood president Tomaro Bell shares her thoughts.
Attorney Charles Adams answers some of the top questions and comments you've been sending us following the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin.
Residents from the Third Ward, where George Floyd is from, shared their reactions following the guilty verdict for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.