Rebecca Spera
Rebecca Spera loves meeting people in the community and helping tell their stories. She joined the ABC13 news team in July of 2014 as a features reporter, and in March 2015, she joined the afternoon newscasts as a Traffic Anchor.

Prior to her news duties, Rebecca spent six years as the producer and host of Mirror/Mirror on the Live Well Network. Through the beauty, fashion, and health show, Rebecca found her niche. She learned and shared ways for women to look and feel their best and plans to continue sharing those tips with Houston.

Before joining Live Well Network, Rebecca spent three years producing and reporting for KHOU's Great Day Houston. Her team there was small but strong. Rebecca quickly learned that wearing multiple (fashionable) hats is what it takes to work in the TV business.

Rebecca is a two-time Gracie Award winner and an Emmy award winner.

Rebecca is a New Jersey native and earned a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communications at La Salle University in Philadelphia. Her husband is a Houston native, and they've settled in Clear Lake. They enjoy spending their weekends on the water boating and fishing (yes, she's been an avid angler since childhood). Rebecca may not have been born here, but she's happy to call Houston home.

Archive
Mi Tienda has two locations in Houston. One on the northeast side and one on the south side, and whether you're into traditional Mexican cheese and candies or homemade goods, they've got you covered.
If you're looking to sweat, squat, and get your sexy back, then try this latest cardio class.
Viet Hoa International Foods is a family-run grocery store. Its name - "Viet" stands for Vietnamese. "Hoa" stands for Chinese.
A little over four years ago, Tunde Fosina decided to bring Western African foods - mostly from Nigeria and Ghana - to Houston. So, he opened Wazobia African Market on Westheimer in west Houston.
If you love Indian and Pakistani food, Rani's World Foods in Northwest Houston is the place to be.