The burglar bars outside the Frenchy's on at 4403 East Freeway at Waco and the bullet proof glass on the inside may deter crooks, but health inspectors say cockroaches have free reign. Amy Davis reports.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found several illnesses linked to Blue Bell ice cream going back to 2010, including three deaths in Kansas and several sick in Texas, Arizona and Oklahoma. Haley Hernandez reports.
On April 8, 2015, Danielle and Adam Busby, and their 8-year-old daughter Blayke, welcomed five girls -- Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate and Riley Paige -- by C-section at 28 weeks and 2 days.
The three in Texas also were hospitalized at some point from 2011 to 2014 for unrelated problems when they developed listeria, the CDC said in a statement. They apparently became ill when they ate Blue Bell ice cream produced at the company's plant in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Haley Hernandez reports.
April 3, 2015: The Centers for Disease Control said a superbug, that has infected more than 200 people, has been traced to people who recently traveled to the Dominican Republic, India and other countries. Rachel McNeill reports.
March 31, 2015: Help is on the way for people struggling with baldness. A new procedure promises to help restore hair in three to four months, and that procedure will soon be available in Houston. Haley Hernandez reports.
Health and wellness expert Hayden Cowie and registered dietitian Kristin Kabay explain the main components in a successful program and how to reach your fitness goals through nutrition. Click here to visit Cowie's website.
Can the idea of having a needle stuck in your eye motivate a person to quit smoking -- or to never start in the first place? The Centers for Disease Control has published another round of provocative messages. KPRC 2’s Lauren Freeman has a closer look at the ads.
March 13, 2015: At the corner of Almeda and Myrtle near The Texas Medical Center, you could soon see a residential building hoping to ease the burden of hotel and apartment costs for out of town cancer patients getting treatment here in Houston. Haley Hernandez reports.
March 13, 2015: The FDA said three deaths have been reported in Kansas, and the cases were linked to products made on a single production line at the Blue Bell Creameries plant in Brenham. Haley Hernandez reports.
A Texas woman began what she calls heavyweight yoga and she has sold DVDs across the country. She also helped open the Nurture Soul Therapeutics studio in Houston to help overweight people find the benefits of yoga. Haley Hernandez reports.