Sebastian Robertson, KHOU

Sebastian Robertson


Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Sebastian:

Restaurant surprised by $1,000 Christmas tip on $26 bill as it tries to survive pandemic

The $1,000 tip buoyed spirits at El Toreador Mexican Restaurant, which has been hanging on since the start of the pandemic. → Read More

Black-owned coffee shop in Shoreline rebounds with help from community after arson

Black Coffee Northwest had cars around the block for their opening. The coffee shop was damaged by an arsonist last month and the FBI is now investigating. → Read More

A story of survival: Dallas officer speaks out about shooting, one year later

Officer Crystal Almeida survived a shooting last year that killed her partner, Officer Rogelio Santander. → Read More

HGTV giving away Smart Home in Roanoke

So, how do you win? Visit between April 24 and the June 14. You can enter up to twice a day. → Read More

Verify: Will the Houston tanker fire impact gas prices?

Set aside the black smoke, the dangerous firefight and the threat of explosion and you may be wondering: What's this tanker fire going to cost me? → Read More

Tree topples in Dallas after storms: 'It could've been worse'

Early Wednesday morning, a group of Dallas neighbors were once again reminded just how powerful mother nature can be. → Read More

Inside Dallas' Valley View Mall, nearly dead with only a few holdouts left

Plans for Valley View Mall once called for a massive rebuild, and in 2017, WFAA even covered a demolition ceremony. But here we are years later, and the mostly vacant building still stands. → Read More

Air travel delays trickle down to North Texas airports

Snow and ice delayed flights for more than an hour out of Minneapolis, high winds set San Francisco air traffic back nearly two hours and in New York, sheer volume forced an hour-long delay. → Read More

Building a house for women, by women: How this teacher's American dream is within reach

By all accounts Mitchell did everything right, went to college, got a job and put in work. But her American dream was still out of reach. → Read More

Multiple stores in Design District report smashed glass

For Ray, Carlyn Ray Designs Custom Glass Art and Glass Studio in Dallas’ design district is her life’s work – it’s also her home. And that’s what made last night’s smashing glass so scary. → Read More

In quiet McKinney, over 30 windows have been shot out with a BB gun since January

Since January, police records show more than 30 incidents were a person armed with a BB gun shot out a window. The good news in Green’s case is that his security camera captured the moment it happened. → Read More

Beto O' Rourke tells Oprah he's thinking about running for President

O'Rourke, a former Democratic congressman from El Paso, quickly became a rising star of the Democratic Party. → Read More

Gun-holstered yoga pants? Meet the Texas woman who made them and what she says to critics

Amy Robbins looked at a hard truth: Running as man is simply a different experience than running as a woman. Her goal was to to level the playing field. → Read More

Parkland, one year later: SMU student reflects on shooting at her high school alma mater

One year ago today. A teenager walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida shot and killed 17 people. → Read More

Rescued tiger gets new home in North Texas

Tyson the tiger is settling in nicely to his new digs in Murchison, vets say → Read More

A son remembers his father, who stormed Normandy on D-Day, then lived to 95

Selso Sotero recently died in North Texas. He served in World War II and was one of more than 70,000 troops deployed on D-Day. → Read More

Part classroom, part museum: Inside a North Texas school's uniquely themed Pre-K

Mansfield ISD’s Dr. Sarah K. Jandrucko Academy is the first of its kind learning environment. → Read More

New DNA technology might make solving crimes easier

"When mathematicians stopped using the abacus and started using calculators, it's that important," said Lt. Warren Meeler of Houston Police Department's Homicide Division during a 2018 interview on the same subject matter. → Read More

Good Samaritan comforts injured officer in Rowlett

The officer tore a ligament in his leg and his hip popped out of his socket. The pain was excruciating. → Read More

North Texas business investing in cannabinoid oil as a remedy for health conditions

It's touted as a natural remedy for a multitude of conditions but does not include the psychoactive properties found in marijuana, meaning it doesn't get you high. → Read More