A new art exhibit called Air, Condition aims to give life to an unseen aspect of the Houston landscape: all the voices and information that are passing through us all ...
"We own this park space, the question is how to develop it." – Judge Ed Emmett on the Astrodome
Directors of the Houston Veterans Affairs Office and VA Medical Center answer your questions about the care and benefits allotted for local vets.
August is Arts Appreciation Month! Arts and Culture is celebrating the ways that arts and artists inspire each other. This week, we’ll focus on the performing arts.
Shook is senior reporter-at-large for Energy Intelligence Group’s Houston bureau. She joins ...
Transit agency considers public comments as it drafts final plan.
The goal is to make things easier for owners of historic homes.
Local small businesses may soon be able to use a new financing ...
Amy Bishop examines the overlap of classical music and musical theatre.
Many parents are just learning about the new requirements for freshmen.
The city has been without a general development plan since 1928.
Texas is one of 26 states that have passed the controversial “TRAP” ...
Four people are indicted for illegally cashing in on the food stamp ...
Tourism and business travel boosted the restaurant, retail, and entertainment sectors.
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett wants ...
A new law made headlines for ...
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