Stephanie Whitfield, KHOU

Stephanie Whitfield


Houston, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Stephanie:

Advocate says domestic violence isn't private, abuse affects entire community

Year after year, Harris County leads the state in domestic violence homicides. → Read More

Here are the 5 fastest-selling RodeoHouston shows so far

Tickets for 17 RodeoHouston performances are on sale. However, many fans got online to buy tickets Thursday and learned they could only purchase upper level seats. → Read More

VERIFY: Where does the Astros' $5 million fine go?

The Houston Astros were hit with the maximum fine allowed under MLB’s constitution as a result of the sign-stealing scandal. → Read More

Famed Houston attorney Rocket Rosen dies after two-year battle with ALS

Rosen said he hoped his story would be a wake-up call for others so he started recording videos with his life advice and posting the messages on social media. → Read More

REMINDER: Major Galleria ramp closed for your Monday commute

The closure is part of a larger redesign of the I-610/US-59 interchange, which is slated to finish in 2024. → Read More

VERIFY: Will 10,000 camels be shot in Australia for drinking too much water?

Maggie Escriva forwarded the KHOU Verify Team an article that says 10,000 camels will be shot and killed because they drink too much water. → Read More

Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, wife Daniella describe Puerto Rico earthquake; how you can help

Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, wife Daniella describe 'intense' earthquake that hit Puerto Rico and how you can help. → Read More

Methodist Hospital installs soundproof pod to help ER staff members de-stress

Short videos are paired with music that can help bring blood pressure and heart rates down. → Read More

Memorial Church of Christ minister reacts to deadly shooting

“Even if the walls cave in and the ceiling caves in, we will still be OK because we’re with God," minister David Duncan said. → Read More

It looks like a smartwatch, but this new device is helping people with tremors

Essential tremor is a nervous system disorder that causes involuntary shaking. → Read More

NFL star cited after his dog kills neighbor's dog, Missouri City officials say

Missouri City officials say Washington Redskins star Trent Williams was cited following an incident involving his dogs left a neighbor’s dog dead last week. → Read More

Women will make up majority of diverse Houston City Council

The council members being sworn in on Jan. 2 reflect the city they represent: the most diverse city in the country. → Read More

3 ways to prevent hackers from accessing your home security cameras

Self-proclaimed hackers set off alarms in a North Texas Home, taunted a child in Tennessee and harassed a couple in Florida. → Read More

MLB may stop testing minor leaguers for marijuana

Players in the major leagues are currently not tested for marijuana. → Read More

'I don’t buy that at all': Subject of racist text message says he doesn't believe typo explanation

Yolanda Waters is being asked to resign from her position as the chairwoman of the Republican party in Galveston County. → Read More

Racist text message lands Galveston GOP chairwoman in hot seat

“I made the typo because I did not proofread my text,” Yolanda Waters said. → Read More

'Vote Your Way' overwhelmingly popular after Nov. 5 election

KHOU 11 political analyst Bob Stein said 26,000 people voted outside their precinct on Election Day. → Read More

Verify: Is the $100 Kroger coupon real?

You may end up with some spam email, but no discount at Kroger. → Read More

Does texting JJ Watt sign you up for spam texts?

A spokesperson for the app 'Community' says the celebrity or influencer you choose to text is the only one authorized to communicate with you → Read More

Four Houstonians going to World Axe Throwing Championships

"It’s just another chance to go throw sharp objects at walls," said Greg Dillard. → Read More