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Past articles by Tom:

Give me a break: Microsoft Outlook rolls out new feature to help employees rest

Microsoft has rolled out a new feature in Outlook that helps schedule employee breaks during virtual meetings. → Read More

From 1994: Tom Koch finds the woman who was listed first in the phonebook

Who's on first? ABC13's Tom Koch found the answer in a phonebook more than two decades ago. → Read More

ABC13's Tom Koch will anchor his final newscast in May

After almost 40 years at ABC13, Eyewitness News' Tom Koch has announced he will anchor his last newscast at the end of May. → Read More

The best and worst cars when it comes to depreciation

Cars are known for their depreciating values, but some are better and some are worse when it comes to their values over time. → Read More

Top tech trends predicted for 2021

Tech experts are making predictions about the digital world and where it's headed in 2021, including big categories like 5G, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. → Read More

Curious about the stock market? Set aside $10 a week to start

If you're looking to invest money or learn how to save money during the COVID-19 pandemic, this list of tips will help you out. → Read More

The new IRS tax brackets are out for 2021, so where do you stand?

The Internal Revenue Service has released the new tax brackets for 2021, applying to seven different income earners. The new brackets also reflect a 1% increase for every bracket. → Read More

Lenders looking at new credit score for loans during pandemic

Because of COVID-19 lenders are now tightening their credit standards by using this new score. → Read More

ABC13 Vault: Did you know Houston had two monorails?

Take a look back at Houston's history by learning about the monorails that existed in the city once upon a time, the Skyway monorail and the Goodell monorail. → Read More

IT jobs that don't require a 4-year degree

New collar jobs in IT and cloud computing may sound complicated, but you don't actually need a four-year degree to get them. → Read More

Meet the day one Houston Texans fans from Wisconsin

Proof that Texans fans are all over the world, we met one who lives among the cheeseheads. → Read More

'I'm just lucky': New Alief ISD career center setting up students for success

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT: The district's newest campus is giving high school students a jump start into their careers → Read More

Cardinal DiNardo hopeful church will regain credibility following sex abuse scandal but it may take time

"I do not think myself, in my own lifetime, as a bishop, that it will end. I think it's going to take a long time," said Cardinal DiNardo on restoring trust. → Read More

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston speaks with ABC13

'WE DID OUR WORK': Taking on a storm of criticism, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo insisted the list of "credibly accused" priests is final and complete. → Read More

Journey from hell, a 77-hour ordeal that left passengers stranded in New York for almost 3 days

Some passengers called it the journey from hell, a 77 hour ordeal that left passengers stranded in New York for almost three days. → Read More

Houston organization 'K-9 Angels' hosts one of the country's largest free spay and neuter clinics

K-9 Angels had more than 300 volunteers, plus veterinarians and nurses, spaying and neutering hundreds of dogs and cats for people at the Hardy Senior Center. → Read More

12-year-old girl to be buried with her dog after after they were both struck and killed by a car

12 year old Jennarae Goodbar ran after her hunting dog, Cash, along a busy road in Rockbridge county and both were struck and killed by a driver. → Read More

Can the president change the Constitution?

President Trump says he will sign an executive order that will take away the citizenship now granted to babies born in this country to parents who are illegal immigrants. But birthright citizenship is guaranteed by the 14th amendment to the Constitution, → Read More

14th Amendment: Does President Trump have power to change birthright citizenship?

Birthright citizenship is guaranteed by the 14th amendment to the Constitution, but President Trump says he wants to change that. → Read More

Former Marine replaces tattered flag with brand new one

A former Marine was so disappointed to see a tattered flag still flying, that he took it down and replaced it for free. → Read More