Blue Dogs

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    San Antonio, Texas
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    San Francisco 49ers; San Antonio Spurs; University of Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team; Alabama Women's Gymnastics; San Francisco Giants; lifelong fan of Ch. 13 archived videos from 1973 to 1986!
  1. Houston sightings

    NBC 2 KPRC-TV Weekend Morning Anchor Anousha Rasta is leaving the station & heading back to the West Coast.
  2. The revolving door from Capitol Hill continues.... US Rep. Gene Green (D-TX), who has represented the 29th Congressional District since 1993, announced he will not be seeking reelection to another term in 2018, ending almost 46 years of public service. He previously served in the TX State Senate in the 6th District from 1985 until his election to Congress in 1992 & the TX House of Representatives in the 95th & 140th Districts from 1973 to 1985. This will open the doors for several ambitious politicos, could we see former Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia (D) running for this US House seat again ?
  3. Old Houston Children's TV Program?

    I do NOT see those kids TV Shows coming back anytime soon.
  4. Look who's back Ladies & Gentlemen..... Atom Smasher has returned to Morning Radio. Houston & Dallas radio veteran Atom Smasher will be joining Top 40 CANDY 95 KNDE Bryan/College Station. Smasher made a name for himself on weeknights at 104.1 KBRE. He later moved to mornings & also did stints with 106.1 KISS FM Dallas, HOT 96 WSTO-FM Evansville, IN & Mix 96.5 KHMX Houston. Plus, Smasher previously did mornings on the now defunct 102.1 The EDGE KDGE Dallas/Fort Worth. Since then, he recently launched the Bad Daditude podcast (if anyone's listen to that ?) The new Radio Show starts on Monday, November 6th from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Like to hear your thoughts on Smasher's comeback!
  5. There's speculation brewing that CBS 11 KHOU-TV Houston might be looking for a new home. The TEGNA station had to evacuate their building during Hurricane Harvey, the station's Facebook page previously mentioned that a restoration company was working the flooded studio. However, CBS 11 KHOU-TV meteorologist Brooks Garner was asked by someone on his Facebook page on the latest developments regarding the restoration of Allen Parkway studios. Garner replied the station was looking for a new spot to call home. Even Mike McGuff of, asked the station about the possible new location search: he was then told by one of the station's representatives they will "keep in touch" when there's something to announce... which is code for MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. For now, just stay tuned on whether CBS 11 gets a new studio to call home.
  6. What's the latest developments on Simmons' lawsuit against HISD ?
  7. Houston sightings

    Former NBC 2 Weekend Anchor Courtney Zavala has been named co-host for "Houston Life" on the station.
  8. Here's the latest on the Lisa Vaughn Watch because she was supposed to return on August 17th, but that day came & went:
  9. Foreign Consulates

    There's been discussion of opening up the Philippine Consulate General's Office in Houston again.
  10. Houston sightings

    POTUS Trump will be coming to the Lone Star State tomorrow.
  11. Uribe still there..... only doing the weekday mornings. On Lisa Vaughn: McHugh hasn't heard anything new on whether she'll come back. She originally planned on coming back last week, but.....
  12. Coco Dominguez has been named as the Traffic Anchor for the 5:00 PM Newscast & Lifestyle Correspondent at FOX 26, announced station VP & News Director Susan Schiller. Effective starting today, Dominguez will be serving as the Traffic Anchor for FOX 26 5:00 PM Newscast & contributing entertainment & lifestyle pieces for the "Bayou City Buzz," a segment which appears the "News Edge" at 10:00 PM. In making the announcement, Schiller stated, "In addition to providing our viewers with need to know rush-hour news, Coco will bring her versatility & unique perspective of Houston's most interesting people, places & events to our newscasts."
  13. KPRC-TV NBC 2 is going to be extending their weekend morning newscast..... 10:00 AM. Starting on August 27th, weekend morning anchors Sofia Ojeda & Anoushah Rasta will be adding an additional extra half-hour of news to their already 2 hour offerings. In about 11 days from now, here's KPRC-TV's Sunday morning schedule: 6:00 AM: "NBC 2 News" 7:00 AM: "Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist" 8:00 AM: "NBC 2 News" 9:00 AM: 'NBC's Meet The Press with Chuck Todd" 10:00 AM: "NBC 2 News" 10:30 AM: "Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall"
  14. Effective on Monday, August 21st, FOX 26 will be debuting "The News Edge" beginning at 10:00 PM, announced by station VP & News Director Susan Schiller. The Monday thru Friday half-hour newscast will be following the station's current 9:00 PM Newscast & leading into "FOX 26 News Isiah Factor: Uncensored", which will be returning weeknights at 10:30 PM. With this major expansion, the station will produce 57.5 hours of local news programming each week, more local news than any other station in the market. Kaitlin Monte (who was just named as Melinda Spaulding's successor as the station's weeknight Primetime Anchor), will be anchoring "The News Edge". This will offer viewers a fast-paced format, which will allow the audience to engage with FOX 26 on trending news & topics relevant to them via the station's social media channels. Monte will continue to anchor the 5:00 PM & 9:00 PM Newscasts alongside Jonathan Martin. Plus, "What's Your Point" will continue on Sunday mornings at 7:00 AM.
  15. Houston sightings

    BREAKING NEWS: Kaitlin Monte is the new Primetime Anchor to replace Melinda Spaulding at FOX 26 for the 5:00 PM & 9:00 PM Newscasts. Spaulding also announced her last day with FOX 26 will be on August 18th.