Katherine Whaley, Houston News

Katherine Whaley

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Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Katherine:

Pedestrian deaths continue to rise in Texas

Texas pedestrian deaths continue to rise with 699 deaths, a 5% increase over the previous year. → Read More

Bush Airport to permanently close Terminal D/E Garage March 1

George Bush IAH is permanently closing the Terminal D/E Garage on March 1. → Read More

Used car shoppers in Houston likely to find big deals on MLK Day

If you're contemplating buying a used car, according to one car buying website, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the one of the best times to find a good deal. → Read More

Houston BCycle company offering major discount on electric bikes for holidays

Bike share company BCycle is giving out a major discount on their latest high tech ride for the holidays. → Read More

Too busy to make a Christmas meal? Here are some to-go options

Here's a list of restaurants offering food for your Christmas Day feast in the Houston area. → Read More

Expired registration sticker? Waiver for renewal continues

Even though the waiver for registration renewal continues, you do have options if you're tired of looking at that expired sticker. → Read More

Shopping for a new car on Black Friday? Expect some major deals

Black Friday is typically a big day for car shopping, and in spite of the pandemic, this year is no different. → Read More

Transportation jobs still hiring during COVID-19 pandemic

It's been a year full of layoffs and job losses, but there are some businesses that are expanding during the pandemic. Several transportation jobs here in Houston are thriving and hiring. → Read More

Houston-area restaurants are offering Thanksgiving to-go meals this year

Many people are opting to skip cooking, and pick up their Thanksgiving meal instead this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a list of Houston-area restaurants offering Thanksgiving meals for take-out. → Read More

Consumer Reports survey shows cars that leave drivers most satisfied

Consumer Reports has survey data on more than 420,000 vehicles, and aside from data on gas mileage and reliability, it also has statistics on which cars are most likely to make you happy. → Read More

Used car deals are on the rise during the pandemic

Used car prices are up during the pandemic, but if you're looking to buy, there are some alternatives to a car at the dealership that could offer some significant savings. → Read More

Texas DPS adds Saturday appointment times through December

The Texas Department of Public Safety added extra time slots for those who need to renew or replace their driver's license. → Read More

90-minute trip to Dallas moves closer to reality

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Railroad Administration has given clearance to Texas Central to move forward on plans to build a high-speed rail line connecting Houston to Dallas in 90 minutes. → Read More

Carpooling the kids to school this year? Here's how to stay safe

As Texas reopens, many parents are going above and beyond to ensure their child's safety against COVD-19. → Read More

Tomball ISD rolling out new 'SMART-Tag' system for bus riders

Tomball ISD is implementing SMART-Tags, a new way to make sure students get on the right school bus and arrive home safely. → Read More

Plans to prevent COVID-19 on buses for some Houston-area school districts

Most school districts are saying face masks are mandatory, buses will be cleaned and bus routes haven't changed. → Read More

Harris County storm evacuation zones and routes

In southeast Texas, certain zip codes are categorized into evacuation zones, known as "zip zones." Those zones are classified based on storm surge threat. → Read More

Woodlands Township launches new safety protocol for transit

The Woodlands Township is launching new ways keep you safe while riding public transit as part of the new #SitSafe initiative. → Read More

New York Times travel questionnaire wants to tell you if it's safe to travel during pandemic

When it comes down to it, traveling during the pandemic is a personal decision. This survey might help you decide if it's best though. → Read More

You can now choose to renew your driver's license in person or online

If your driver's license has expired, you now have the option to renew in person, but you don't have to. → Read More