Shots were fired Friday afternoon after two men were involved in some type of disturbance in Third Ward, according to Houston police.
Chip and Joanna Gaines’ self-promotion through their “Magnolia Empire” rivals Donald Trump’s marketing of his brand, two former business partners allege in a lawsuit.
A Texas high school student is facing charges after allegedly peeing in his teacher’s drinking cup.
Former President George H.W. Bush was discharged Friday from Houston Methodist Hospital, exactly two weeks after being admitted with chronic bronchitis and mild pneumonia.
The Harris County Housing Authority said it has halted doling out housing choice vouchers amid federal budget constraints.
Legendary Houston attorney Richard “Racehorse” Haynes died early this morning, according to a statement from attorney Chris Tritico. He died at at 12:58 am today with his family by his side. Recently celebrating his 90th birthday, he had had been in …
Shots were fired from a white sedan near the University of Texas at Austin’s campus, police said Thursday morning. No one was injured, according to local reports.
Houston Independent School District board member Diana Dávila had just finished watching the Rockets playoff game with her family when they heard the loud boom. Air Alliance Houston is backing a bill in the state legislature to create a system of push alerts to mobile phones during any chemical incident that would “substantially endanger human health or the environment.” Federal regulations require companies to report toxic releases over certain amounts to the appropriate agency but do not mandate immediate public disclosure in an emergency. A Houston Chronicle investigation last year found that city officials have no idea what’s being transported through Houston, as no government agency tracks what’s coming and going on the highways and rails. When rail companies do move hazardous materials, they are under no obligation to notify authorities.
Immigration agents in Houston last week arrested 95 immigrants here illegally – 86 percent with prior criminal convictions – in the region’s first targeted operation under the Donald Trump administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials …
The nation’s highest court has rejected attempts to revive a civil rights lawsuit brought by a Houston paint contractor who was shot in the back and paralyzed by a police offer in 2010.
In declining to hear the case, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday …