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Past articles by Rashi:

Teachers spend up to $1,000 out of their own pockets for classrooms

Teachers prepare for weeks leading up to the first day of school, and many spend hundreds of dollars out of their own pocket for their students and classrooms. → Read More

Popular workout trend hits local studio

Whether you’re a busy mother or someone looking to burn the most amount of calories in the least amount of time, high intensity interval training (HIIT) could be the workout for you. → Read More

Katy Christian Ministries resale store benefits families in need

Many people see this store as any ordinary resale shop, but the proceeds do more than you think. It's under the title of Katy Christian Ministries. → Read More

Do-it-yourself mosquito repellent recipe

While you may be looking forward to summer, you're probably not looking forward to mosquito season. → Read More

Houstonian Rescues Kitten Thrown Out of Car On Highway

Adam Abutair is the owner of a local auto shop called Meyerland[RV1] collision, and it wasn't far from there where he encountered something that changed his life. → Read More

Houston City Council could vote on firefighter layoffs

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Houston City Council could take a vote Wednesday on the mayor’s plan to layoff more than 200 firefighters. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner proposed the layoffs as a way to fund the voter-approved Proposition B, giving firefighters pay parity with police. → Read More

House passes election reform bill making Election Day a national holiday

The House of Representatives passed a bill on election reform. The bill makes it easier to register and to vote, tightening election security as well. It also makes Election Day a national holiday and creates a public financing system for Congressional campaigns. → Read More

Doctors push for blame of surprise bills to be put on insurance companies

A group of doctors are trying to block the state of Texas from implementing a law that would end a surprise bill from the emergency room. They say the blame for the soaring costs needs to be put on the health insurance companies. → Read More

Local Family Raising Awareness For Rare Fatal Disease

A local family is spearheading the effort to raise awareness and money for Sanfilippo Syndrome, a rare fatal disease, after their daughter was diagnosed with it late in life. → Read More

Local Family Raising Awareness For Rare Fatal Disease

A local family is spearheading the effort to raise awareness and money for Sanfilippo Syndrome, a rare fatal disease, after their daughter was diagnosed with it late in life. → Read More

Firefighters free woman stuck in vent on roof in northeast Houston

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Houston firefighters freed a woman who got stuck in a vent hood on the roof of a vacant building in northeast Houston. → Read More

Spicing up breakfast for National Oatmeal Day

National Oatmeal Day is celebrated on October 29, and we are taking you to one of the hot breakfast spots in downtown Houston to spice up what can often be a boring breakfast. → Read More

Helping Houstonians with Fall fashion

Now that the temperatures are beginning to cool down and seem more like the season, it’s time to spruce up your closet and look to match the Fall! → Read More

Indo-American Charity Foundation celebrating 30 years

The Indo-American Charity Foundation is celebrating 30 years in Houston! The organization addresses the needs in the areas of education, family, general welfare and healthcare in the Houston area. Their motto is We live here, we give here. → Read More

Local pet rescue opens thrift store to help save animals

A local pet rescue, that saves animals from the euthanasia list, is asking for your help, but not in a way you would think. Houston Pets Alive just opened a thrift store, so you can shop and donate! 100% of the proceeds go towards helping safe the dogs and cats. → Read More

New lab giving community invaluable resources

A new one-of-a-kind lab is helping students and entrepreneurs by giving access to equipment and skills to help them in the future. → Read More

Buying The Right Sneakers In Time For Running Season

From 5k runs and walks to marathons, the time is now to prepare for these races, but you could be injuring yourself while doing that because of the type of shoe you have on. → Read More

Easy steps for students to avoid back, neck pain from backpacks

The director of Plex, a training and physical therapy facility, shows us some simple steps to avoid serious injury and pain that could help everyone from kids to adults. → Read More

Local students design and lead unique summer camp

Dozens of local high school and college students are spending their summer taking part in educating HISD elementary kids in communities that lack access to summer enrichment opportunities. → Read More

Barrel racer bounces back after injury

Jackie Ganter is a professional barrel racer who competes year round. → Read More