Houston may be one of the most visible cities in Texas when it comes to LGBTQ pride, but that doesn’t mean Bayou City is doing everything it can.
This is one way to see the Astros in the big game.
A roaring two-alarm blaze at a northwest Harris County building drew first responders to the scene Monday afternoon.
A 31-year-old Galveston man has died from flesh-eating bacteria he likely contracted as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the second such fatality from the catastrophic event. Josue Zurita succumbed to necrotizing fascitis, an infection that spreads quickly through muscle tissue, at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston Oct. 16, his family said. Galveston County health officials Monday confirmed the death.
FBI agents are hoping a $5,000 reward will lead to the arrest of a bank robber sporting a chin beard and sunglasses who held up a credit union in southeast Houston last week.
Houston police and other agencies plan increased security for World Series.
Inadequate food and housing is an immediate threat to children in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, according to a group of Houston-area nonprofit leaders who are working together to ensure youngsters are the priority of recovery efforts. On Monday, …
A Roma man who skipped bond on federal narcotics charges and remained a fugitive for 14 years pleaded guilty Monday to all charges in his original indictment, according to a news release from acting U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez.
Texans, on average, maintain a debt the size of… well, Texas. The Lone Star State ranks at No. 3 in the nation for states with the highest average debt at a staggering $185,583 per-person total.
Thefts involving motor vehicles and assault relating to family violence are some of the top reported crimes in the neighborhoods.