Posted on · An increase in immigration enforcement and proposed policies from President Donald Trump may be taking a toll on businesses that rely on an immigrant workforce.
Posted on · A state judge has struck down a Texas law that limits the distribution rights of craft brewers.
Posted on · The Houston N.A.A.C.P today honored the Harris County District Attorney for her efforts to lower incarceration rates, but some activists are criticizing their decision.
Posted on · The proposed policy is inspired in part by the Sandra Bland case.
Posted on · County officials are asking residents to be careful with items that can spark fires.
Posted on · They’re asking patients about their travel history, and whether they’re experiencing any symptoms of the virus.
Posted on · More than 20,000 Texans are expected to take part in the free, 20-minute training.
Posted on · California residents David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt created a fake company, BioMax, and used fake drivers license to get inside the Houston Planned Parenthood.
Posted on · Researchers say Texas needs stronger policies to curb tobacco use, and state leaders could look to Houston as an example.
Posted on · With the help of tablet computers, volunteers gather data that could help get more people off the streets and into housing.
Posted on · Abbott says despite the drop in oil prices, jobs growth remains strong in Texas.
Posted on · He says Emmett will touch on highlights of 2015, including the approval of a major transportation bond.
Posted on · The event will feature a Q-and-A session and a panel discussion between Islamic scholars from around the country.
Posted on · Gene Locke said he plans to be a hands-on commissioner and will continue El Franco Lee's programs for Precinct 1 youth and seniors.
Posted on · Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland noted decreases in several violent and nonviolent crimes across the city.