Dave Ward's Houston
Dave Ward’s Houston on abc13 KTRK explores the people, places and events that make this city so special.
We drive on them and past them all the time, but do we really know the stories behind Houston street names?
The iconic Houston department store, Foley’s, started a holiday tradition which still exists to this day.
Two Houston institutions, Ward and Bush spent the last 50 years in the Houston spotlight.
Union Pacific granted us exclusive access to the cars that will be carrying the casket and the Bush family from Houston to College Station.
After spending years sitting in waiting, President George H.W. Bush’s custom-painted train Bush 4141 will take him on a final ride.
Alpine Sleigh Ride, Greezed Lightnin’ and Thunder River are all names you might recognize as the famous rides of the former Houston Astroworld.
Did you know that Rice University’s history involves a murder mystery? And that the campus is full of hidden symbols and secret messages?
In 1969, Goodyear moved its new blimp headquarters to the Houston area just off I-45 and Cypresswood in Spring.
Not many people realize that the channel 13 studio inspired the design of the Eighth Wonder of the World.
Union Station opened in 1911 but is now known as Minute Maid Park.