TONIGHT ON KHOU 11: SOLD-OUT CONCERT FOR HARVEY RELIEF
You know the saying, "Don’t Mess With Texas?" Well, there’s a timely twist on the Texas catchphrase. “Harvey Can’t Mess with Texas” is the title for a star-studded benefit concert that’s set to run from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Tap here for more.
PARTS OF METRORAIL OUT DUE TO POWER ISSUE
METRO says shuttle buses will have to carry passengers along some parts of the red, green and purple light rail lines early Friday due to a power disruption. Tap here for more.
LARGE-SCALE BUYOUTS EASIER SAID THAN DONE
There is a flurry of talk about large-scale home buyouts as one answer to reducing flood risk. But the reality is any massive buyout plan is much easier said than done. Tap here for more.
WRISTBANDS GIVEN OUT TO TEST FOR CHEMICAL EXPOSURE FROM HARVEY FLOODWATERS
Wristbands are being used to test for chemical exposure after Hurricane Harvey and are being handed out in several communities across the Houston area. Tap here for more.
TEXAS A&M PROFESSOR, STUDENT WHO BROUGHT SON TO CLASS APPEAR ON 'ELLEN'
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